let

(from the article `tennis`) ...the ball diagonally across the net and into the opponent`s right-hand service court. Should the ball on service strike the top of the net before ...
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Let

(v) Let is the action by which a person voluntarily and willfully permit or allow another person to do any act or willfully abstain from stopping of any act known to him or her.
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let

[n] - a serve that strikes the net before falling into the receiver`s court 2. [v] - make it possible through a specific action or lack of action for something to happen 3. [v] - actively cause something to happen 4. [v] - leave unchanged
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Let

• (v. t.) To permit; to allow; to suffer; -- either affirmatively, by positive act, or negatively, by neglecting to restrain or prevent. • (v. t.) To allow to be used or occupied for a compensation; to lease; to rent; to hire out; -- often with out; as, to let a farm; to let a house; to let out horses. • (v. i.) To be let or leased; ...
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let

verb cause to move; cause to be in a certain position or condition; `He got his squad on the ball`; `This let me in for a big surprise`; `He got a girl into trouble`
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let

noun a serve that strikes the net before falling into the receiver`s court; the ball must be served again
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Let

Let (lĕt) transitive verb [ Middle English letten , Anglo-Saxon lettan to delay, to hinder, from læt slow; akin to Dutch letten to hinder, German verletzen to hurt, Icelandic letja to hold back, Goth. latjan . See Late .] To retard; to ...
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Let

Let intransitive verb 1. To forbear. [ Obsolete] Bacon. 2. To be let or leased; as, the farm lets for $500 a year. See note under Let , transitive verb To let on , to tell; to tattle; to divulge something. [ Low] -- ...
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Let

Let noun 1. A retarding; hindrance; obstacle; impediment; delay; -- common in the phrase without let or hindrance , but elsewhere archaic. Keats. « Consider whether your doings be to the let of your salvation or not.» Latimer. 2. (Lawn Ten...
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Let

Let transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Let ( Letted (lĕt'tĕd), [ Obs].); present participle & verbal noun Letting .] [ Middle English leten , læten (past tense lat , let , pas...
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Let

A warning exclamation when multiple matches occur adjacent to one another and one match's ball bounc
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Let

a warning exclamation when multiple matches occur adjacent to one another and one match's ball bounces into the court of another match. The point is replayed in the offended match. Most often used in high school and college tennis, although it can also be used at the major tournaments if a ball falls out of a player's shorts or skirt onto the court...
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Let

Called to announce that a point is to be replayed. A common example is when a serve clips the top of the net but still lands correctly in the court.
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LET

Denotes fonts created by the Letraset foundry. > Letraset
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LET

LET is short for Linear Energy Transfer. This quantity actually reflects the linear rate of energy absorption, by the absorbing medium, as the Ionisation event traverses the medium. In simple terms low LET radiation (e.g. Beta Particles ) transfer less energy per unit path length than high LET radiation (e.g. Alpha Particles ) to absorbing mediums....
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LET

LET is short for Linear Energy Transfer. This quantity actually reflects the linear rate of energy absorption, by the absorbing medium, as the Ionisation event traverses the medium. In simple terms low LET radiation (e.g. Beta Particles ) transfer less energy per unit path length than high LET radiation (e.g. Alpha Particles ) to absorbing mediums....
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let

rented or hired
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LET

Truck 4x2 electric garbage, 1935, Production 1, [RU]
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LET

Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for linear energy transfer.
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let

v. 1) to allow or permit. This is distinguished from "against one's will." The word can be very important legally, as in the statement "Lucy let Johnny have sexual relations with her," which can make a huge difference in a claim of rape. 2) to lease or rent real property, particularly a room or apartment, to another person.
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Let

when the tennis ball from a service touches the net but still lands within the service box. The server gets another try as this does not count as a fault.
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