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English-German translation for: to let
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Dictionary English German: to let

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VERB  to let | let | let ... 
to letlassen
to letüberlassen
to letzulassen
to let [a room]ausmieten [schweiz.] [untervermieten]
to let [allow]erlauben [lassen, zulassen]
to let [archaic] [hinder, prevent, obstruct]behindern
Keywords contained
RealEst. to let sth. [esp. Br.]etw.Akk. vermieten
to let (sth.) loose(etw.) auslassen [österr.] [südd.]
to let downabkippen [herunterklappen]
to let downablassen [ugs. für herablassen]
to let downherablassen
to let downherunterlassen
to let down [to disappoint]enttäuschen
to let down sth. [e.g. the hem of a pair of pants, a sleeve, a skirt]etw.Akk. rauslassen [ugs.] [z. B. den Hosensaum, Ärmelsaum, Rocksaum]
cloth. to let down sth. [hem]etw. auslassen [Saum]
to let fallfallen lassen
to let flyfliegen lassen
idiom to let fly [attack verbally]losschimpfen
to let loosefreilassen
to let loosefreisetzen
to let looseloslassen
to let loose [forces]entfesseln
to let loose sth. [fig.] [words or sound]etw. von sichDat. geben [Worte etc.]
to let offabfeuern
to let offablassen
to let onbehaupten
to let ondurchblicken lassen [fig.]
to let on sth. [pretend]etw. vorgeben [behaupten]
to let out [air etc.]ablassen
to let out [air, dress]herauslassen
to let out [disclose]preisgeben
to let out [set free]freilassen
to let passdurchlassen
to let restruhen lassen
to let rip [coll.] [idiom]vom Leder ziehen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to let rip [to speak without restraint]loslegen [ugs.] [sich stürmisch äußern]
to let rip [vulg.] [to fart loud and long]ordentlich einen fahren lassen [ugs.]
RealEst. to let rooms [esp. Br.]Zimmer vermieten
to let sb. bevon jdm. ablassen
to let sb. bejdn. in Ruhe lassen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
idiom to let sb. dangle [coll.]jdn. zappeln lassen [jdn. im Ungewissen lassen] [ugs.]
to let sb. do sth.jdn. etw. tun lassen [erlauben]
to let sb. downjdn. enttäuschen
to let sb. down [fail to support or help sb.]jdn. im Stich lassen [Redewendung] [jdm. Hilfe oder Unterstützung versagen]
to let sb. experience sth.jdn. etw. erleben lassen
to let sb. feel sth.jdn. etw. spüren lassen
to let sb. finishjdn. ausreden lassen
jobs to let sb. gojdn. entlassen
to let sb. gojdn. fortlassen
to let sb. gojdn. gehen lassen
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A 2018-09-22: Pay out can mean to let out more rope (or cable).
Q 2017-04-18: to let one's mind wander
A 2016-02-16: Looks like: The lot of them has / have got to come at the finish to let me...
Q 2015-06-30: to let für lassen
A 2015-03-25: Life is too short to let yourself be stressed by people who do not even me...
A 2014-06-04: Zustellvorgang > delivery process: restricted to letters or parcels
A 2014-01-29: refuse to let sth. happen
A 2013-10-11: By no means did I want to let it come to that
A 2013-08-04: to let on
A 2013-04-30: If "to let it all hang out" is close...
A 2013-04-29: to let it all hang out ???
A 2013-03-08: Oder: If there is anything we (I) can do to help, please do not hesitate t...
A 2013-02-16: Thanks again, good thoughts! I'm going to let this go now.
A 2012-12-28: "Best left unsaid in a professional setting. Better to let the smartass s...
A 2012-11-11: to let an ultimatum expire; to let an ultimatum go by
Q 2012-08-28: The challenge is rather not to let these desires become prevalent.
A 2012-01-26: to let oneself drop
A 2012-01-13: Usually, appartments to let are offered in the Wednesday and Saturday issu...
A 2012-01-12: Think you don't want to let your opposite know what you feel like.
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