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.
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.