let down (2) | Vocabulary


Phrasal Verbs

This page is about the phrasal verb permit down (2)

British and Australian English

This means

to launch the air from some thing like a tyre or a blow-up mattress



For example

  • permit down sth Timothy was expelled from school for letting down the tyres on his teacher’s auto.
  • let sth down Right after they’d performed with their blow-up dolls, they allow them down and packed them away.


This is normally utilised in British and Australian English but might be made use of in other types of English also.

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