Italian translation of 'let in'
transitive verb + adverb
far or lasciar entrare,
far or lasciar passareto let sb in
far or lasciar entrare qnthey wouldn't let me in because I'm under 18
non mi hanno fatto entrare perché sono minorenneshoes which let the water in
scarpe che lasciano passare l'acquato let sb in for a lot of trouble
procurare or dare un mucchio di fastidi a qnwhat have you let yourself in for?
in che guai or pasticci sei andato a cacciarti?to let sb in on a secret
rivelare or confidare un segreto a qn
Example Sentences Including 'let in'
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Riley's PC sat on a desk near a window that let in the silvery, misty sunlight.DOLL'S EYES
He climbed out of bed and opened the window to let in some fresh air.SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE
Taking a deep breath, he fired the engine and let in the clutch.HIDING FROM THE LIGHT
Trends of 'let in'
Used Occasionally. let in is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'let in' in Other Languages
British English: let in /lɛt ɪn/ VERB
If an object lets in something such as air or water, it allows air or water to get into it or pass through it.
There is no glass in the front door to let in light.
- American English: let in
- Arabic: يُدْخِلُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: deixar entrar
- Chinese: 放进
- Croatian: pustiti u što
- Czech: vpustit
- Danish: lukke ind
- Dutch: binnenlaten
- European Spanish: dejar entrar
- Finnish: päästää sisään
- French: laisser entrer
- German: hereinlassen
- Greek: αφήνω να μπει
- Italian: fare entrare
- Japanese: 入れる
- Korean: 안으로 들이다
- Norwegian: slippe inn
- Polish: wpuścić
- European Portuguese: deixar entrar
- Romanian: a lăsa să intre
- Russian: пропускать
- Latin American Spanish: dejar entrar
- Swedish: släppa in
- Thai: ให้เข้ามา
- Turkish: içeriye almak
- Ukrainian: впускати
- Vietnamese: cho vào
Nearby words of 'let in'
Translation of let in from the Collins English to Italian
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