let us say

скажем, например a few of them, say a dozenнесколько из них, скажем, дюжина well, say it were true, what then? ≈ ну, допустим, что это верно, что же из этого? скажем,

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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  • let's say — (or let us say) used as a way of introducing a hypothetical or possible situation let s say we agreed to go our separate ways …   Useful english dictionary

  • let us say — let us ˈsay idiom used when making a suggestion or giving an example • I can let you have it for, well let s say £100. Main entry: ↑letidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • let’s say — phr. introduces an estimate or a speculation. □ I need about let’s say twenty pounds. □ Let’s say I go over and talk to him. What do you think? …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • let us say — let us assume, let s suppose …   English contemporary dictionary

  • let's say — let s suppose that , supposing, it can be said that …   English contemporary dictionary

  • let*/*/*/ — [let] (past tense and past participle let) verb 1) [T] to allow something to happen, or to allow someone to do something Alice s mum won t let her come with us.[/ex] I stepped back and let him pass.[/ex] The large windows let in a lot of… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • let-up — /ˈlɛt ʌp / (say let up) noun a slackening; cessation; pause: *For the next eight months there was to be hardly any let up. –junie morosi, 1975 …   Australian English dictionary

  • let us suppose — let s say, let s assume, we shall presume …   English contemporary dictionary

  • let's put it this way — let us say it in this manner, let s formulate it thus …   English contemporary dictionary

  • let-off — /ˈlɛt ɒf/ (say let of) noun Colloquial an escape from something viewed as unpleasant, as a punishment, chore, etc …   Australian English dictionary

  • let — 1 /let/ verb past tense and past participle letpresent participle letting 1 ALLOW (transitive not in passive) a) to allow someone to do something: I wanted to go out but my Dad wouldn t let me. | let sb do sth: She won t let her children play by… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English


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