let in
  1. (transitive) To let someone or something come in; to admit someone or something in.
    He opened the window to let in the air.
    1. To divulge one's inner thoughts to (someone), making oneself emotionally vulnerable to them; to open up to (someone).
  2. (transitive, Oxford University slang) To associate with.
  • Spanish: dejar entrar, abrir

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