let out (1)

This page is about the phrasal verb let out (1).

Meaning: to allow somebody or something to leave a place

For example:

  • let sb/sth out Could you let the cat out, please? It's scratching on the door.

  • be let out of sth The prisoners are let out of their cells once a day, and most of them go to the exercise yard.

Quick Quiz:

I told my kids they must never let the birds out of

a. their food

b. their cage

c. the sky

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Contributor: Matt Errey