let know

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let someone know (about something)

to tell someone something; to inform someone of something. Please let me know about it soon. Will you be coming to the picnic? Please let me know.
See also: know, let
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Though she couldn't recollect his name at the first instant she was quick to let know how much impact Nour's qualification for the 2016 Rio Games could make.
She advised all the diplomats to let know their whereabouts so that such incidents do not happen again.
We therefore called upon the president and the government to let know family the cause of arrest and release him for the sake of peace of minds in the family because
Forde, who recently released her debut single BPM, added that she is just focusing on her career at the present, and would let know when she's dating someone.
Some US congressmen let know that she'd better leave the race.
But nonetheless, we are still outsiders, and we are let know that we are outsiders.