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let (one) know

To tell or inform one (of or about something). Be sure to let me know if anything changes between now and then. I let the boss know about the development yesterday.
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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.
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let somebody ˈknow

tell somebody about something: I don’t know if I can come, but I’ll let you know soon.Let me know how I can help.
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You could go all out to let someone know how you feel, but if the air is really charged, then steering clear may be best.
If you come from Kippen, it's a 20-30 minute walk in from the north and you have no idea there are any steep gorges in front of you, so be careful, go during the day and let someone know where you are.
If traveling a long distance, let someone know your route and estimated departure and arrival time.
They should also let someone know where theyre going, how theyre getting there and check in upon arrival.
She added: "If you're feeling like it's all too much, let someone know, don't hide your feelings.
THE SISTER of a missing dad-of-two yesterday appealed to him to "let someone know you're OK".
Let someone know where you are and how long you intend to stay.
Police have issued advice following the incident: Let someone know where you're going and for how long you're planning to be out.
Let someone know that they are making you angry or uncomfortable.
| Always let someone know where you're going - take your mobile phone.
Research has shown that just 35% of adults said they have made a will and only 30% had let someone know their funeral wishes.
I saw someone from the council I could tell in the street and they said they would let someone know.
"If you do not want to come home please just let someone know you are safe.
With this checklist, seniors can also watch out for symptoms growing in themselves and let someone know should they realize they exhibit some of these symptoms.
"If somebody in your life, whether you're in touch with them or not, is suffering for any reason, it's involuntary that you want to convey condolences or sadness or just let someone know you're thinking about them," she said (via (http://www.etonline.com/andy-cohen-weighs-in-on-kim-cattrall-sarah-jessica-parker-feud-96245) Entertainment Tonight ).