let someone in on a (little) secret

Definition of let someone in on a (little) secret

  1. :  to tell someone information that not many people know

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  hinder, prevent

  1. :  something that impedes :  obstruction

    :  a shot or point in racket games that does not count and must be replayed

  1. :  to cause to :  make

    :  to offer or grant for rent or lease

    :  to assign especially after bids

someoneplay
  1. :  some person :  somebody

littleplay
  1. :  not big: such as

    :  small in size or extent :  tiny

    :  young

  1. :  in only a small quantity or degree :  slightly

    :  not at all

    :  rarely, infrequently

  1. :  a small amount, quantity, or degree

    :  practically nothing

    :  a short time

secretplay
  1. :  kept from knowledge or view :  hidden

    :  marked by the habit of discretion :  closemouthed

    :  working with hidden aims or methods :  undercover

  1. :  something kept hidden or unexplained :  mystery

    :  something kept from the knowledge of others or shared only confidentially with a few

    :  a method, formula, or process used in an art or operation and divulged only to those of one's own company or craft :  trade secret


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a brief usually trivial fact

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