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Pronunciation of Let: Learn how to pronounce Let in English correctly

Learn how to say Let correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word let:

verb (lets, letting; past and past participle let)
1 [with object and infinitive] not prevent or forbid; allow:
my boss let me leave early
you mustn’t let yourself get so involved
[with object and adverbial of direction] allow to pass in a particular direction:
could you let the dog out?
a tiny window that let in hardly any light
2 [with object and infinitive] used in the imperative to formulate various expressions:
(let us or let’s) used as a polite way of making or responding to a suggestion, giving an instruction, or introducing a remark:
let’s have a drink
‘Shall we go?’ ‘Yes, let.’
(let me or let us) used to make an offer of help:
‘Here, let me,’ offered Bruce
used to express one’s strong desire for something to happen or be the case:
‘Dear God,’ Jessica prayed, ‘let him be all right.’
used as a way of expressing defiance or challenge:
if he wants to walk out, well let him!
used to express an assumption upon which a theory or calculation is to be based:
let A and B stand for X and Y respectively
3 [with object] chiefly British allow someone to have the use of (a room or property) in return for regular payments:
she let the flat to a tenant
they’ve let out their house
award (a contract for a project) to an applicant:
preliminary contracts were let and tunnelling work started
noun
British
a period during which a room or property is rented:
I’ve taken a month’s let on the flat
a property available for rent:
an unfurnished let