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English-German translation for: [let]
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Dictionary English German: [let]

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English German
proverb [Rather get an upset stomach than let anything go back to the innkeeper.]Lieber den Magen verrenken, als dem Wirt etwas / was schenken. [auch: Lieber den Magen verrenkt, als dem Wirt was geschenkt.]
Lemme ... [coll.] [Let me ...]Lass mich ...
to allow [let]
lassen [zulassen, erlauben]
to permit [let]
lassen [zulassen]
to broadcast [to let be known widely]
rumposaunen [ugs.]
to deflate sth. [let the air out of sth.]die Luft aus etw.Dat. herauslassen
to drop [let go]fallen lassen
to leach sth. [let it percolate]etw. durchsickern lassen
to pretermit sth. [literary] [let pass, disregard]etw. (unbeachtet) durchgehen lassen
to yield [let oneself be persuaded]sich erweichen lassen [fig.]
archi. hist. urban [palace-sized revivalist town house, lived in by its owners but let in part]Zinspalais {n} [Österreich]
2 Words
mind you {adv} [let it be understood]wohlbemerkt [seltener für: wohlgemerkt]
to get sth. greasy [let get grease stains, esp. leather]etw.Akk. verspecken [speckig werden lassen, bes. Leder]
to let sth. go [fig.] [e.g. let the past go]etw.Akk. auf sich beruhen lassen [z. B. die Vergangenheit]
3 Words
Shoulda, coulda, woulda. [idiom] [it is of no use to dwell on what went wrong - let go of the guilt]Hätte, hätte, Fahrradkette! [Redewendung] [Man sollte, man könnte, man müsste]
to check in with sb. [let know that everything is okay]sich (kurz) bei jdm. melden [um zu sagen / erfahren, ob alles in Ordnung ist]
to give sb. a shout [coll.] [let them know]jdm. Bescheid sagen [jdn. benachrichtigen]
5+ Words
pol. Salus populi suprema lex esto. [USA] [Missouri state motto: Let the welfare of the people be the supreme law.][Motto des US-Staates Missouri: Das Wohl des Volkes sei höchstes Gesetz.]
naut. to ease off / away the lifeboats [let down]Rettungsboote abfieren
Fiction (Literature and Film)
mus. F Behold we go up to Jerusalem [also: Behold, let us go up to Jerusalem]Sehet! wir gehn hinauf gen Jerusalem [J. S. Bach, BWV 159]
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