Expresiones con verbos claves - Verbo "to let"
Idioms with key verbs - Verb "to let"
|to let go of
|to let it all hang out/one's hair down
||soltarse la melena, relajarse
|to let it be
||dejar en paz
|to let it drop that
||decir algo como si nada
|to let nature take its course
||dejar que la naturaleza siga su curso
|to let off steam
- Don't worry, I'll catch you, let go of the rail.
- When I get home from work, I put some music on and let it all hang out.
- Just tell the boy never to do it again and let it be.
- Andy suddenly let it drop that she was moving to Germany.
- I think we should let nature take its course, there's nothing we can do.
- Sometimes it's good to have a good cry, it helps you let off steam.
|to let oneself go
|to let ride
|to let rip at someone
||montar en cólera
|to let sleeping dogs lie
||no empeorar las cosas
|to let the cat out of the bag
||levantar la perdiz
- You can't always think and calculate everything you do! You need to let yourself go!
- This time I decided to let the incident ride but next time you
won't be so lucky, understood?
- My mom let rip at me because I failed all my exams.
- The boss is really angry, we should let sleeping dogs lie and not say a word.
- The bike was going to be a surprise for our son but John let the cat out of the bag.