1. To afford possibility; SYN. allow.
2. To allow participation in or the right to be part of; permit to exercise the rights, functions, and responsibilities of; SYN. let in, include.
3. To allow to enter; grant entry to; SYN. allow in, let in.
4. To declare or acknowledge to be true; SYN. acknowledge.
5. To give access or entrance to.
6. To serve as a means of entrance.
7. Have room for; hold without crowding
8. Admit into a group or community
Sinonimi: open | give onto
1. To afford access to; SYN. open, give onto.
2. To be able to spare or give up.
3. To have the financial means to do something or buy something.
4. Be the cause or source of
1. To allow or plan for a certain possibility; concede the truth or validity of something; SYN. take into account.
2. To allow the presence of; SYN. permit.
3. To give or assign a share of money or time to a particular person or cause; SYN. appropriate, earmark, set aside, reserve.
4. To grant as a discount or in exchange.
5. To let have; to grant permission; SYN. grant.
(American) approve; permit; commend.1. To accept as valid, as of documents.
2. To approve or sanction officially.
To agree or express agreement:; SYN. accede, acquiesce, comply.
(Alternate spelling: authorise).
To grant authorization or clearance for; SYN. authorise, pass, clear.
1. To acknowledge defeat.
2. To be willing to concede; SYN. yield, grant.
3. To give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another; SYN. yield, cede, grant.
4. To make a clean breast of; SYN. profess, confess.
5. Admit, acknowledge; allow, grant; surrender
6. Sport, allow opponent to score; admit defeat.
To render capable or able for some task.
1. To bestow, esp. officially; SYN. give.
2. To transfer by deed; SYN. deed over.
To tell, give knowledge; SYN. leave, give, pass on.
ETYM Old Eng. letten, as. lettan to delay, to hinder, from laet slow; akin to Dutch letten to hinder, German verletzen to hurt, Icel. letja to hold back, Goth. latjan. Related to Late.
(Irregular preterit, past participle: let).
1. To actively cause something to happen.
2. To make it possible through lack of action for something to happen; SYN. allow, permit.
1. To issue a license to; to permit or authorize especially by formal license
2. To give permission or consent to; allow
To give permission; SYN. allow, let, countenance.
To give authority or permission to.
1. To grant in a condescending manner.
2. To promise or agree condescendingly, as a special favor.
1. To make secure; to give assurance against harm; to guarantee safety to.
2. To give assurances or proof; to justify; to maintain; to sanction.
3. To give a guarantee or warranty to; to assure as if by giving a warrant to.
4. To secure to, as a grantee, an estate granted; to assure.