[adjective let-out; noun let-out] /adjective ˈlɛtˈaʊt; noun ˈlɛtˌaʊt/
(of fur) processed by cutting parallel diagonal slashes into the pelt and sewing the slashed edges together to lengthen the pelt and to improve the appearance of the fur.
Chiefly British. a means of escape; loophole.
- Let ride
Also, let slide . Allow something to be ignored or to take or continue in its natural course. For example, Bill disagreed with Mary’s description, but he let it ride , or He had a way of letting things slide . The first term, alluding to things moving along as though they were riding a […]
[li-trohn] /lɪˈtroʊn/ noun 1. a walled plain in the third quadrant of the face of the moon: about 60 miles (100 km) in diameter.
[let] /lɛt/ verb (used with object), let, letting. 1. to allow or permit: to let him escape. 2. to allow to pass, go, or come: to let us through. 3. to grant the occupancy or use of (land, buildings, rooms, space, etc., or movable property) for rent or hire (sometimes followed by out). 4. to […]
- Let someone
, also see under let one .