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To let in/let go in Russian 🇷🇺

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to let in/let go пустить
How to say “to let in/let go” in Russian? “Пустить”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “пустить” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on to let in/let go in Russian like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– "Пустить" sounds like "push-teet," which can be associated with "push" or "release" something through a doorway.

– "Пустить" means to allow someone or something to enter, release, or let go of something.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Впускать (vpuskat') – to let in
– Выпускать (vypuskat') – to let out, release
– Разрешать (razreshat') – to permit/allow

Infinitive: пустить (pustit')

– Masculine: пустил (pustil)
– Feminine: пустила (pustila)
– Neuter: пустило (pustilo)
– Plural: пустили (pustili)

Note: "Пустить" is a perfective verb and does not have a present tense form. Its imperfective counterpart "пускать" (puskat') has the present tense form:
– Я пускаю (ya puskayu) – I am letting
– Ты пускаешь (ty puskayesh') – You are letting
– Он/Она/Оно пускает (on/ona/ono puskayet) – He/She/It is letting
– Мы пускаем (my puskayem) – We are letting
– Вы пускаете (vy puskayete) – You are letting
– Они пускают (oni puskayut) – They are letting

– Я пущу (ya pushchu) – I will let
– Ты пустишь (ty pustish') – You will let
– Он/Она/Оно пустит (on/ona/ono pustit) – He/She/It will let
– Мы пустим (my pustim) – We will let
– Вы пустите (vy pustite) – You will let
– Они пустят (oni pustyat) – They will let

Examples of sentences:
1. Он пустил её в дом. (On pustil yeyo v dom.) – He let her into the house.
2. Ты отпустишь меня домой? (Ty otpustish' menya domoy?) – Will you let me go home?
3. Мы пустили кота на улицу. (My pustili kota na ulitsu.) – We let the cat outside.
4. Она никогда не пускает посторонних в свою комнату. (Ona nikogda ne puskayet postoronnikh v svoyu komnatu.) – She never lets strangers into her room.
5. Я пущу тебя посмотреть фильм, если ты закончишь работу. (Ya pushchu tebya posmotret' fil'm, yesli ty zakonchish' rabotu.) – I will let you watch the movie if you finish your work.

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