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Definition of the verb Let Be
What does Let Be mean as a doing phrase?
- [transitive] To not disturb or meddle with; to leave (someone or something) alone.
- [intransitive, archaic] To stop, to stop doing something; to leave off (now used alone, formerly also + infinitive).
- [mathematics] [Used to assign a value to a symbol.]
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The Iliad (1888)
To let be means to permit or to prevent according as the action to which it refers is one which will or will not take place through the inaction of the subject of the verb ; the distinction is between the circumstances, not between different meanings ...
by James Main Dixon
Let be! — no matter ! C. Leon. Do not draw the curtain. Paul. No longer shall you gaze on't ...
The Encyclopedia Britannica (1890)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General Literature
Let be a section of the cone parallel to VPO j through C the centre of the base draw CN perpendicu- lartoOP, meeting'the circumference of the base in A and B ; let a plane pass through V, A, and B, meeting the plane OVP in the line NY, the ...
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Let be Meaning
Video shows what let be means. To not disturb or meddle with, to leave (someone or something) alone.. To stop, to stop doing something, to leave off (now used ...
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