Ryan’s Phrasal Verb Of The Day: Let Off , leave
Meaning (1): Disembark
Example: “Ladies and gentleman we have arrived in London but please wait until the plane has come to a complete stop and then we will let you off.”
Meaning (2): Escape punishment
Example: “Ok, you naughty, naughty boy I’ll let you off this time but if you do it again you’re in big trouble.”
Meaning (3): Release, explode
Example: “To celebrate Chinese New Year lots of people will let off colorful fireworks.”
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