let-up


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let-up

noun (Informal) lessening, break, pause, interval, recess, respite, lull, cessation, remission, breathing space, slackening, abatement There was no sign of any let-up in the battle on the money markets yesterday.
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let-up

[ˈletʌp] Ndescanso m (fig) → tregua f; (= reduction) → reducción f, disminución f (in de) we worked five hours without a let-uptrabajamos cinco horas sin descanso or sin interrupción
if there is a let-up in the rainsi deja un momento de llover
there has been no let-up in the fightingse ha luchado sin descanso or sin tregua

let-up

n (inf)Pause f; (= easing up)Nachlassen nt; if there is a let-up in the rainwenn der Regen aufhört/nachlässt

let-up

[ˈlɛtˌʌp] n (fam) → rallentamento
without (a) let-up → ininterrottamente, senza smettere
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This election is no let-up, no let-up,'' said William Hitchins, precinct inspector at the Shadow Ranch Recreation Center in Canoga Park, which ran through 300 voters by 10 a.
I just try to contribute in whatever way I can, whether it be playing defense with the point guard or making sure that when kuya Jayson (Castro) rests, there won't be any let-ups,' he said.
A ministry official said statutory penalties will be imposed with no let-ups for those who violate these new regulations under the Anti-Commercial Concealment Law in the field of telecommunications and their accessories.
But we've got to keep playing well and can't afford any let-ups.
CAPTAIN Darren Lockyer admits Australia have already played their 'get out of jail free' card and can afford no more let-ups in their performance heading into Saturday's Tri- Nations final.