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Dictionary French English: Let

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FrenchEnglish
NOUN   a let | lets
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VERB  to let | let | let ... 
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SYNO   to get | to have | to let | to lease ... 
immo. louer qc.to let sth. [esp. Br.] [rent (out)]
2 Words: Others
sans parler de ...let alone ...
Soyons ...Let's be ...
Partons !Let's go!
On part !Let's go!
On s'en va !Let's go!
On y va !Let's go!
On y va !Let's roll! [coll.]
Attends voir. [fam.]Let's see.
2 Words: Verbs
se lâcher [cesser de se tenir]to let go
lâcher les rênes [fig.]to let go [of control]
lâcher qc. [cri]to let out sth. [e.g. a scream]
lâcher la grappe à qn. [fig.] [loc.]to let sb. alone
laisser vivre qn.to let sb. be
laisser qn. faire qc.to let sb. do sth.
flancher qn.to let sb. down
lâcher qc. à qn.to let sb. have sth.
faire parvenir qc. à qn.to let sb. have sth.
faire savoir qc. à qn.to let sb. know sth.
faire part à qn. de qc.to let sb. know sth.
lâcher qn./qc. [personne, animal]to let sb./sth. go
laisser (tomber) qc.to let sth. be [leave as is]
laisser pousser qc. [cheveux]to let sth. grow
laisser faire qc.to let sth. happen
faire éclater qc. [pétard]to let sth. off
armes faire partir qc. [arme]to let sth. off
laisser échapper qc. [crie]to let sth. out
cuis. laisser mitonner qc.to let sth. simmer
se relâcher dans son effortto let up [effort]
2 Words: Nouns
déception {f}let-down
3 Words: Others
On y va !Let's be off!
Allons au restaurant.Let's eat out.
Admettons-le.Let's face it.
Allez-y !Let's get started!
Mettons que ... [+subj.]Let's say (that) ... [hypothetically]
3 Words: Verbs
lâcher qc.to let go of sth.
relâcher qc.to let go of sth.
naut. prendre l'eauto let in water
se défouler [dépenser de l'énergie]to let off steam
s'avachir [personne]to let oneself go
se laisser allerto let oneself go [drift, neglect oneself]
céder son tour à qn.to let sb. go first
céder qc. à qn. [objet]to let sb. have sth
prévenir qn. de qc. [annoncer à l'avance]to let sb. know (about) sth. [forewarn]
céder le passage à qn./qc.to let sb./sth. go first
se laisser démoraliser par qc.to let sth. demoralise one [Br.]
se laisser démoraliser par qc.to let sth. demoralize one
laisser courir [fam.]to let things ride [coll.]
laisser aller les choses [fig.]to let things slide [fig.]
4 Words: Others
C'est un coup d'épée dans l'eau. [loc.]It's a let-down [coll.]
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