Definition of Let:
Allow someone to have the use of (a room or property) in return for regular payments; rent.
A period during which a room or property is rented.
Used in the imperative to formulate various expressions.
To lease real estate to a tenant, unlike subletting, which involves the tenant renting the property to someone else.
Not prevent or forbid; allow.
Synonyms of Let
Allow, Permit, Give permission to, Give leave to, Authorize, Sanction, Grant, Grant the right to, Warrant, License, Empower, Enable, Entitle, Rent out, Let out, Rent, Lease, Hire, Hire out, Loan, Give on loan, Sublet, Sublease, Farm out, Contract, Charge for the use of, OK, Accord, Accredit, Admit, Allow, Approve, Arrest, Arrestation, Arrestment, Assume, Authorize, Bareboat charter, Be afraid, Believe, Bleed, Blockage, Blocking, Broach, Certify, Charter, Chartered, Check, Clogging, Closing up, Closure, Commission, Concede, Conceive, Conclude, Consent, Consider, Constriction, Cramp, Daresay, Decant, Deduce, Deem, Delay, Detainment, Detention, Dispense, Divine, Draft, Draft off, Drain, Draw, Draw from, Draw off, Dream, Employed, Empty, Endorse, Exhaust, Expect, Fancy, Farm, Farm out, Feel, Fixation, Foot-dragging, Gather, Give leave, Give permission, Give the go-ahead, Give the word, Grant, Hampering, Have, Hindering, Hindrance, Hire, Hire out, Hired, Hireling, Hiring, Holdback, Holdup, Imagine, Impediment, Infer, Inhibition, Interference, Interruption, Job, Lease, Lease out, Lease-back, Lease-lend, Leased, Leave, Lend-lease, Let be, Let blood, Let off, Let out, License, Make possible, Mercenary, Milk, Negativism, Nuisance value, Obstruction, Obstructionism, Occlusion, Okay, Opine, Opposition, Paid, Permit, Phlebotomize, Pipette, Prefigure, Presume, Presuppose, Presurmise, Provisionally accept, Pump, Pump out, Reckon, Release, Rent, Rent out, Rental, Rented, Repression, Repute, Resistance, Restraint, Restriction, Retardation, Retardment, Sanction, Say, Say the word, Setback, Siphon off, Squeeze, Stranglehold, Stricture, Sublease, Subleased, Sublet, Subrent, Suck, Suck out, Suffer, Suppose, Suppression, Surmise, Suspect, Take, Take for, Take for granted, Take it, Take to be, Tap, Think, Underlet, Understand, Venesect, Vouchsafe, Allow, Permit, Give permission to, Give leave to, Authorize, Sanction, Grant, Grant the right to, Warrant, License, Empower, Enable, Entitle
How to use Let in a sentence?
- Theyve let out their apartment.
- My boss let me leave early.
Meaning of Let & Let Definition