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To allow someone to enter a place

let in

to allow someone to enter a house, room etc

let into

to allow someone to enter a house, room etc

readmit

verb

to allow someone to enter a place again

admit

verb

to allow someone to enter a place, especially a public place such as a theatre or museum

open its/the doors

if a building, organization, or country opens its doors, it allows people to enter, especially for the first time

readmission

noun

dark pool

a method of financial trading in which share prices are hidden and not openly available to the public

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money, food, or clothes given to poor people

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