English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'let'

Additional synonyms

in the sense of hire
Definition
to provide (something) or the services of (oneself or others) for payment
To hire a car you must produce a current driving licence.
in the sense of make
Definition
to bring about or produce
The crash made a noise like a building coming down.
Synonyms
lead to,
occasion (formal),
bring about,
give rise to,
beget (old-fashioned)
in the sense of permit
Definition
to allow the possibility (of)
This method of cooking permits the heat to penetrate evenly.
Synonyms
in the sense of permit
Definition
to allow (someone) to do something
I was permitted to bring my camera into the concert.Our constitution does not permit the sending of troops.
Synonyms
let,
agree to,
consent to,
give the green light to,
give leave or permission
in the sense of rent
Definition
to give or have use of (land, a building, a machine, etc.) in return for periodic payments
She rented rooms to university students.
Synonyms
let,
sublet,
sublease
in the sense of suffer
Synonyms
in the sense of warrant
Definition
to make necessary
The allegations are serious enough to warrant an investigation.

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