Also, let fall. Utter a word or hint, either casually or inadvertently. For example, He let drop the fact that he’d decided to run for office, or She let fall some bits of gossip about the other teachers. [ Late 1500s ]
- Let floating
programming A program transformation used in functional programming to implement full laziness. E.g. the function f x = x + sqrt 4 can be expressed as f x = let t = sqrt 4 in x + t but note that t does not depend on the argument x so we can automatically transform this […]
- Let george do it
sentence Let someone else besides me take care of it [1910+; perhaps fr a learned journalist’s recall of the French laissez faire a` Georges, ”let George do it,” referring to Cardinal Georges d’Amboise, a church and government official under Louis XII in the late 15th and early 16th centuries]
- Let grass grow
see: don’t let the grass grow under one’s feet
[lee-thuh] /ˈli θə/ noun 1. a female given name.