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How to Conjugate Let Up
- Infinitive: Let Up
- Present Tense: Let Up/ Lets Up
- -ing Form: Letting Up
- Past Tense: Let Up
- Past Participle: Let Up
Definitions of Let Up:
1. When someone or something becomes less intense or strong.
Examples: If the rain doesn’t let up, we will have to reschedule the game.
A good teacher is someone who never lets up on pushing their students towards academic excellence.
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