LET

What does LET stand for in work emails?

Leaving early today

In emails from your co-workers, LET stands for "leaving early today." Those who need to pick up their kids, keep a doctor's appointment, or just preserve what little remains of their sanity might use this acronym to let you know they're checking out before 5 pm.

If you need something from a co-worker who is LET, be sure to ask them for it ASAP. And also, if you're feeling a bit unfocused or lethargic today, feel free to let yourself LET, too. After all the hard work you've been putting in, you deserve it.

Example

"Gotta pick up Clay from school, so I'm LET. I'll be in extra hours tomorrow."

Squidward is so excited to be LET

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Last Updated: January 8, 2021

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