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let up  Verb
  1. Translate "let up" to Spanish: moderarse, aflojar las riendas, desestresarse, relajarse un poco
    English Synonyms of "let up": relax, wind down, breathe easy, ease up, loosen the reins, relax a little, slacken the reins
    Define meaning of "let up": Become less tense, rest, or take one's ease. ; Become less tense, less formal, or less restrained, and assume a friendlier manner.

  2. Translate "let up" to Spanish: aflojar, relajar
    English Synonyms of "let up": slack, ease, ease away, ease up, let down, relax, slack off
    Define meaning of "let up": Reduce pressure or intensity. ; Become less in amount or intensity.
  3. He eased off the gas pedal and the car slowed down.
    The storm abated.
    The rain let up after a few hours.

  4. Translate "let up" to Spanish: amainar, aplacarse, mermar, mermarse
    English Synonyms of "let up": decrease, ease off, lessen, lower, take off, taper down
    Define meaning of "let up": Become less in amount or intensity.
  5. The storm abated.
    The rain let up after a few hours.

  6. Translate "let up" to Spanish: ceder en el empeño, dar pie atrás, aflojar, aflojar los esfuerzos, flojear
    English Synonyms of "let up": lose impulse, back down, give up, ease up, fall off, give, lose one's courage, yield, capitulate
    Define meaning of "let up": Become less in amount or intensity.
  7. The storm abated.
    The rain let up after a few hours.

  8. Translate "let up" to Spanish: dejar subir

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