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Phrasal Verbs with LET | List of 6 Important Phrasal Verbs with Let

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Phrasal Verbs with LET! Learn let in, let off, let down, let out, let on. The list below provides common phrasal verbs of the word LET in English with their meaning and examples with ESL infographic.

Phrasal Verbs with LET in English

Let in

  • Meaning: Let someone come in
  • Example: She opened the window to let in the air.

Let on

  • Meaning: Make clear, evince
  • Example: You don’t want to let on how rich you really are.

Let off

  • Meaning: Cause to explode or release
  • Example: Stand back when you let off fireworks.

Let down

  • Meaning: Fail to support or help
  • Example: My friend, don’t let me down this time.

Let out

  • Meaning: Make bigger
  • Example: I need to let out this skirt.

Let down

  • Meaning: Lengthen
  • Example: My father is a tailor, so he can let my pants down.

Phrasal Verbs – LET | Infographic

Phrasal Verbs with LET