Phrasal Verbs Using 'Let'
Disappoint, fail to keep an arrangement
Example:She failed to turn up and I felt badly LET DOWN.
Make clothes longer
Example:He's grown so much, we'll have to LET his trousers DOWN.
Allow someone to enter
Example:The doorstaff didn't LET him IN the nightclub because he was wearing jeans.
Tell someone a secret, inform them or allow them to participate
Example:They LET me IN ON what they were planning.
Example:The judge LET him OFF with a fine rather than a prison sentence since it was his first offence.
Tell a secret
Example:I didn't mean to LET ON about the party; I just said it without thinking.
Allow to leave or go out
Example:The convict was LET OUT of prison after serving five years of an eight-year sentence.
Make a sound
Example:He LET OUT a huge sigh of relief when he heard the results.
Make clothes bigger
Example:I've put on so much weight that I'm going to have to LET my suits OUT.