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to "let" something (go) down
(Literal, like for instance letting down one's pants or Rapunzel letting down her hair. Can also be about giving permission to go down. NOT for "letting down" in sense of disappointing. Can be "her-" also.)
to leave under it
(Literally, in the sense of not removing something that's under something else. Like a bucket under the sink. ONLY works with "drunter-" because it is stationary, not directed.)

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Word of the Day -"lassen"- 2

In this article, we'll talk about the quirks of using "lassen" in past tense and we'll explore its prefix versions - with a special focus on "verlassen".


lassen, ĂŒberlassen, ablassen, einlassen, erlassen, verlassen,

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Root: *le(i)-
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