To hinder, prevent; to obstruct (someone or something). (verb)
To prevent or obstruct to do something, or that something happen. (verb)
An obstacle or hindrance. (noun)
The hindrance caused by the net during serve, only if the ball falls legally. (noun)
To allow to, not to prevent (+ infinitive, but usually without to). (verb)
To allow the release of (a fluid). (verb)
To allow possession of (a property etc.) in exchange for rent. (verb)
Used to introduce an imperative in the first or third person. (verb)
To cause (+ bare infinitive). (verb)
Examples of word let
You want to let the rich get richer..let them move their factories to Asia.
Â“Why, I believe, if you will let me take Philip Wakem into our confidence, Â—let me tell him all about your wish to buy, and what itÂ’s for; that my cousins wish to have it, and why they wish to have it, Â—I believe Philip would help to bring it about.
Â“Whatever happens to me let me not be unjust, Â” she said; Â“let me bear my burdens myself, and not shift them upon others!
Â“You let him alone, Â” he shouted to the people, shaking his hat at them; Â“let Professor Riis alone.
Reverse that action, and through the force of our own inhibitory power let a new pain be a reminder to us to _let go, _ instead of to hold on, and by decreasing the strain we decrease the possibility of more pain.