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let [ let ]
Main Entry: let
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: allow
Synonyms: accredit, approve, authorize, be big, cause, certify, commission, concede, enable, endorse, free up, give, give leave, give okay, give permission, grant, have, hear of, leave, license, live with, make, permit, sanction, sit still for, suffer, tolerate, warrant
Antonyms: forbid, hinder, hold, impede, inhibit, keep, obstruct, prevent
Main Entry: let
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: rent out object, property
Synonyms: charter, hire, lease, sublease, sublet
Antonyms: buy, sell
Main Entry: accede
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: agree or consent
Synonyms: accept, acquiesce, admit, allow, assent, be game for, cave in, comply, concede, concur, cooperate, cry uncle, endorse, enter into, fold, give the go-ahead, give the green light, go along with, grant, let, okay, permit, play ball, roll over and play dead, subscribe, throw in the towel, yield
Antonyms: condemn, demur, denounce, denounce, deny, protest, refuse
Main Entry: admit
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: allow entry or use
Synonyms: accept, be big on, bless, buy, concede, enter, entertain, give access, give the nod, give thumbs up, grant, harbor, house, initiate, introduce, let, let in, lodge, okay, permit, receive, shelter, sign off on, sign*, suffer, take, take in
Antonyms: debar, deny, dismiss, eject, exclude, expel, oust, refuse, reject, repel, shut
Main Entry: admit
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: confess, acknowledge
Synonyms: accept, accord, acquiesce, adopt, affirm, agree, allow, approve, avow, bare, bring to light, communicate, concede, concur, confide, confirm, consent, cop a plea, credit, declare, disclose, divulge, enumerate, expose, go into details, grant, indicate, let, let on, make known, narrate, number, open up, own, own up, permit, proclaim, profess, recite, recognize, relate, reveal, spill*, subscribe to, talk, tell, tolerate, uncover, unveil, yield
Antonyms: confute, deny, dispute, dissent, gainsay, refuse
Main Entry: allow
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: permit an action
Synonyms: accord, accredit, admit, approve, authorize, be big, be game for, bear, brook, certify, commission, consent, empower, endorse, endure, favor, free up, give a blank check, give carte blanche, give leave, give permission, give the go-ahead, give the green light, go along with, grant permission, hear of, hold with, indulge, let, license, live with, oblige, okay, pass, pass on, put up with, recognize, release, sanction, sit still for, stand, suffer, support, take kindly to, tolerate, warrant
Antonyms: deny, disallow, disapprove, forbid, prohibit, protest, refuse, reject, resist, withstand
Main Entry: authorize
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: permit, allow
Synonyms: affirm, approve, confirm, countenance, endorse, give leave, let, license, qualify, ratify, sanction, suffer, tolerate, warrant
Antonyms: deny, disallow, reject
Main Entry: cause
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: bring into being; bring about
Synonyms: be at the bottom of, begin, brainstorm*, break in, break the ice, breed, bring to pass, come out with, compel, cook up, create, dream up, effect, elicit, engender, evoke, fire up, generate, get things rolling, give rise to, hatch, incite, induce, introduce, kickoff, kindle, lead to, let, make, make up, motivate, muster, occasion, open, originate, precipitate, produce, provoke, result in, revert, secure, sow the seeds, start the ball rolling, think up, work up
Main Entry: charter
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: reserve, commission
Synonyms: allow, authorize, borrow, contract, employ, engage, hire, lease, let, license, permit, rent, sanction
Antonyms: cancel
Main Entry: consent
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: agree
Synonyms: accede, accept, acquiesce, allow, approve, assent, bless, comply, concede, concur, fold, give in, give the nod, give up, knuckle under, let, make a deal, okay*, permit, roll over, sanction, say uncle, say yes, sign off on, subscribe, throw in the towel, yes*, yield
Antonyms: differ, disagree, disapprove, dissent, object, oppose, protest, refuse
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