Let in and Perform

Let in

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Let in verb – Allow to enter; grant entry to.
Perform and let in are semantically related. in accept topic. In some cases you can use "Perform" instead a verb "Let in".
Synonyms for Let in

Perform

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Perform verb – To carry through (as a process) to completion.
Let in and perform are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Let in" instead a verb "Perform".
Nearby Words: performance, performed, performing, performer
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Both terms in one sentence

  • The Tease There are hints that she already knew about magic (and her own ability to perform it) before she was officially let in on the secret, so this wouldn't be out of character.
    Source: The Tease
  • Subverted in the same episode as the rest of the crew prepares to perform a BFD to gain entrance to a hospital: getting paramedic uniforms, ID cards, learning the terminology, etc...only to be let in without so much as a second glance.
  • Web Video / Some Jerk with a Camera Later on, the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular show is delayed due to the stunt performer playing Indy being unable to perform and Flash is let in if he plays the part of Indy for a young guest who saved the ride for last.
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