• a house to let
  • ((英・掲示))貸家(((米))a house for rent
  • a long-term let
  • 長期貸借
  • He opened the gates and let me in.
  • 彼は門を開けて中に入れてくれた
  • let a faster car by
  • 速く走っている車を先に通す
  • Let him go if he will.
  • 彼が行きたいのなら行かせてやれ
  • let oneself be beaten [persuaded]
  • やられる[言われる]がままである
  • Shall we go?” “Yes let's (go).”
  • 「行きましょうか」「ええそうしましょう」
  • A dark figure suddenly ran across the soldiers' line of sight, between Lamb and the riverbed – from a distance of about 16 paces Olivier reflexively swung his rifle around and let off a frenzied, imprecise burst of fire.
  • Wikipedia: Mathew Charles Lamb
  • A second contract to improve an additional 0.22 miles (0.35 km) of the turnpike was let on April 9, 1910.
  • Wikipedia: New York State Route 319
  • A side benefit of Tchaikovsky's friendship with Glazunov, Lyadov and Rimsky-Korsakov was an increased confidence in his own abilities as a composer, along with a willingness to let his musical works stand alongside those of his contemporaries.
  • Wikipedia: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and The Five
  • According to Plutarch, Pericles was so afraid of the oncoming trial that he did not let the Athenians yield to the Lacedaemonians.
  • Wikipedia: Pericles