Let someone do something
English vocabulary and translations (See all)
to let someone (do something): to allow, permit, authorize someone (to do something)
- "Let me ask you a few questions, and then we'll fix a date for the installation."
- "Let us have ‘Multiplicity', and the money is yours."
- "I don't think letting them live in the lab complies with health and safety regulations."
- "Why gamble the company's money away when we can let the bankers gamble it away for us?"
- "I remind you that my home country, Ozsglackastan, is not yet part of Europe - the EU is not crazy enough to let us join."
- "Krazy Gidyeon : Let me ask you question, Mr. Perfume man."
- "Hannah : And we can't afford to sacrifice quality by letting just any site sell our products."
- "Jean : Just like you had time to let me ask you questions."
- "Fiona : Let me ask you the question one more time Mr. Cheeter."
- "Bruno : Listen, Brian, I'm sorry but we both agreed, if I let you become president of Europe AND keep your job at Delavigne, you would need to be willing to make some sacrifices."
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