[luh too-key] /lə tuˈkeɪ/
a town in N France, on the English Channel, near Boulogne: seaside summer resort; airport.
[adjective let-out; noun let-out] /adjective ˈlɛtˈaʊt; noun ˈlɛtˌaʊt/ adjective 1. (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. noun 2. 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 .