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    • Join Date: May 2007
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    is let at last

    I am triyng to translate in my language Pride an Prejudice and I am not sure about the mining of "is let" in the below phrase:

    have you heard that Netherfield Park is let at last


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    Re: is let at last

    Netherfield Park was to let - was available to be rented.

    "To let something" = allow someone to have the use of a room or property in return for payment.


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    Re: is let at last

    Thanks,
    Mircea

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