Definition of to let in English:

to let

chiefly British (Of a room or property) available for rent.
More example sentences
  • She knew the house was to let and believed that the two men were probable tenants.
  • There was no sign that indicated that the house was to let.
  • He had heard that she had a flat to let.
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