Traducción: de espanol

to let sb out

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  • Let Me Out — «Let me out» Sencillo de Dover del álbum Follow the city lights Formato CD Single comercial Género(s) Electropop Dance Duración 4:23 …   Wikipedia Español

  • let somebody out — ˌlet sb ˈout derived to make sb stop feeling that they are involved in sth or have to do sth • They think the attacker was very tall so that lets you out. related noun ↑let out Main entry: ↑letderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • Let It Out — Infobox Album Name = Let It Out Type = video Artist = Hoobastank Released = November 23 2004 Genre = Alternative rock, hard rock Length = 99 minutes Label = Island Last album = none This album = Let It Out (2004) Next album = noneLet It Out is a… …   Wikipedia

  • let someone out — they let me out of the hospital on Monday Syn: release, liberate, (set) free, let go, discharge; set/turn loose, allow to leave …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • let something out — 1 I let out a cry of triumph: UTTER, emit, give (vent to), produce, issue, express, voice, release. 2 she let out that he d given her a lift home: REVEAL, make known …   Useful english dictionary

  • let something out — 1) I let out a cry of triumph Syn: utter, emit, give, give vent to, produce, issue, express, voice, release 2) she let out that he d given her a lift home Syn: reveal, make known, tell …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • let something out — 1) I let out a cry of triumph Syn: utter, emit, give (vent to), produce, issue, express, voice, release 2) she let out that he d given her a lift home Syn: reveal, make known, tell …   Synonyms and antonyms dictionary

  • let someone out — RELEASE, liberate, (set) free, let go, discharge; set/turn loose, allow to leave. → let * * * release someone from obligation or suspicion they ve started looking for motives that lets me out …   Useful english dictionary

  • ˈlet sth ˌout — phrasal verb to make a noise As he walked away, he let out a sigh of relief.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • let someone out — release someone from obligation or suspicion. → let …   English new terms dictionary

  • let something out — 1》 utter a sound or cry. 2》 make a garment looser or larger. 3》 reveal information. → let …   English new terms dictionary


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