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let one

To pass gas through one's anus; to fart. It smells like someone let one in the elevator when I walked in. Gross! Don't go letting one at the dinner table like that, Tom!
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let one

verb
See also: let, one
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Madame Savon imagined that even her perfumes would be more fragrant in such company, and she insisted on letting one drop--a single drop--of her eau de cologne fall on the beautiful texture.
Moreover, it is a teacher who opens up one's mind to new thoughts, ideas and opinions while letting one tread a path of their own.
"If Villa are going to back him financially and keep hold of (Jack) Grealish and these types of players, they've got to balance things up around the back by letting one or two players go, this is how a club is run."
Marnie was not impressed at being refused a table at 2pm and tweeted: "Not letting one eat food at your @ MillerandCarter restaurant at 2 in the afternoon because there [sic] wearing a tracksuit is shocking."
The former Smiths frontman, 57, has blasted Buzzcocks, one of his biggest musical influences back in the day, for letting one of their songs be used in a TV advert for a certain American burger chain.
"I'm disappointed with the way we conceded the goals, especially letting one in so early when we needed to keep things tight.
A GRATEFUL mum and teacher is letting one of her hairdressing students loose on her locks - but all for a very good cause.
The survey which included more than 2,000 people between the ages of 18 to 35, found that social media was the hub for letting one's frustration out, while only one in five think that clearing out all traces of their former partner online would help wipe the wipe the slate clean.
The body's own perception of itself, its contours and extent within the space around it: Body's unconscious thought, automatic calculation, guiding it around and through what rises before it, showing its hand the way to its mouth, allowing the stride, the luxuriant stretch-- body's self-sense, letting one stand beside another, hair's breadth between them, not touching, then touching-- when that sixth sense goes, spinal cord's sheathing frayed, we stagger, flail, fall as if drunk.
Knowledge is power in this situation, and letting one's emotion run wild will inevitably lead to trouble.
Letting one's life be controlled by one traumatic event is no way to live.
I've been to the doctor, but only made it to the reception as I got embarrassed after letting one go.
Clr Jean Calvert, launched the pounds 50,000 revamp to the entrance at Wilberlee Junior and Infants, and then treated the youngsters to an informative talk about the duties of being a mayor, even letting one young pupil don her ceremonial robes.