Phrasal Verb: Let out

Phrasal Verb: Let out


Meaning: Allow to leave or go out

Example: The convict was LET OUT of prison after serving five years of an eight-year sentence.

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Phrasal Verb: Let out


Meaning: Make a sound

Example: He LET OUT a huge sigh of relief when he heard the results.

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Phrasal Verb: Let out


Meaning: Make clothes bigger

Example: I've put on so much weight that I'm going to have to LET my suits OUT.

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