let

let
[lɛt] 1. pt, pp let, vt
(allow) pozwalać (pozwolić perf); (BRIT) (lease) wynajmować (wynająć perf)

to let sb do sth — pozwalać (pozwolić perf) komuś coś robić

to let sb know sth — powiadamiać (powiadomić perf) kogoś o czymś

let's go — chodźmy

let him come — niech przyjdzie

"to let" — "do wynajęcia"

to let go —

2. vi
(release one's grip) puszczać się (puścić się perf)
3. vt
wypuszczać (wypuścić perf)

to let go of sth — puszczać (puścić perf) coś

to let o.s. go — (relax) rozluźniać się (rozluźnić się perf); (neglect o.s.) zaniedbywać się (zaniedbać się perf)

Phrasal Verbs:
* * *
I [let] present participle - letting; verb
1) (to allow or permit: She refused to let her children go out in the rain; Let me see your drawing.) pozwolić
2) (to cause to: I will let you know how much it costs.) spowodować że
3) (used for giving orders or suggestions: If they will not work, let them starve; Let's (= let us) leave right away!) niech
- let someone or something alone/be
- let alone/be
- let down
- let fall
- let go of
- let go
- let in
- out
- let in for
- let in on
- let off
- let up
- let well alone
II [let] present participle - letting; verb
(to give the use of (a house etc) in return for payment: He lets his house to visitors in the summer.) wynajmować, odnajmować

English-Polish dictionary. 2013.

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