Definitions of "let"
  1. When someone provides something like a property for rent, lease, or hire
  2. When a task or project is assigned, usually following a bidding process
  3. When a property or something similar has been successfully rented, leased, or hired out
  4. When a contract is officially given to a business or an individual to perform certain tasks
How to use "let" in a sentence
  1. Upon receiving competitive offers, the council has decided to let the construction project to the highest bidder.
  2. After the final showing, the apartment was let to a young professional couple who recently moved into the city.
  3. The deal was sealed and the contract was let to the tech firm for the software development.

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