Let In

How to Conjugate Let In

  • Infinitive: Let In
  • Present Tense: Let In/ Lets In
  • -ing Form: Letting In
  • Past Tense: Let In
  • Past Participle: Let In
Let In is a separable phrasal verb and has 2 definitions.

Definitions of Let In:

1. To allow someone or something to enter a place.

Examples: I’m expecting a package, so please let the deliveryman in when he arrives.
Open the windows to let in some fresh air.

2. To share your feelings or details about your personal life.

Examples: It took almost a year before Dale let Kaila in his life again.
It’s hard to let people in your personal world, but you have to in order to foster genuine relationships.

See our complete list of English phrasal verbs.