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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
grant /grɑ:nt/
  • danh từ
    • sự cho, sự ban cho, sự cấp cho
    • trợ cấp
      • to make a grant to somebody: trợ cấp cho ai
    • sự nhượng, sự nhường lại (của cải, quyền...)
    • (pháp lý) sự chuyển nhượng bằng khế ước
    • capitation
      • tiền trợ cấp
  • ngoại động từ
    • cho, ban (ơn), cấp
      • to grant a favour: gia ơn, ban ơn
      • to grant somebody a permission to do something: cho phép ai làm việc gì
    • thừa nhận, công nhận, cho là
      • to take for granted: cho là dĩ nhiên, cho là điều tất nhiên
    • nhượng (của cải, quyền...)
Concise Dictionary
grants|granted|grantinggrænt /grɑːnt
noun
+any monetary aid
+the act of providing a subsidy
+(law) a transfer of property by deed of conveyance
+Scottish painter; cousin of Lytton Strachey and member of the Bloomsbury Group (1885-1978)
+United States actor (born in England) who was the elegant leading man in many films (1904-1986)
+18th President of the United States; commander of the Union armies in the American Civil War (1822-1885)
+a contract granting the right to operate a subsidiary business
+a right or privilege that has been granted
verb
+let have
+give as judged due or on the basis of merit
+be willing to concede
+allow to have
+bestow, especially officially
+give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another
+transfer by deed

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
1 give, confer, bestow, present, award, offer; supply, furnish, distribute, donate; allocate, assign:
She has been granted a sum that will enable her to complete the book.
2 concede, accede (to), cede, give (up), agree (to), consent (to), allow, permit, admit; let:
They granted my request for clemency.
n.
3 gift, present, endowment, bequest, subvention, subsidy, award, grant-in-aid, donation, contribution, concession, allowance:
He received a government grant to study abroad.
Advanced English Dictionary
verb, noun
+ verb
1 [often passive] ~ sth (to sb/sth)
~ (sb) sth to agree to give sb what they ask for, especially formal or legal permission to do sth: [VN, VNN] The bank finally granted a £400 loan to me. + The bank finally granted me a £400 loan. + [VN] My request was granted. + These lands had been granted to the family in perpetuity. + [VNN] I was granted permission to visit the palace. + She was granted a divorce. + He was granted a licence to mine in the area.
2 to admit that sth is true, although you may not like or agree with it: [VN] She's a smart woman, I grant you, but she's no genius. + [VN (that)] I grant you (that) it looks good, but it's not exactly practical. [also V that]
Idioms: take it for granted (that ...) to believe sth is true without first making sure that it is: I just took it for granted that he'd always be around. + She seemed to take it for granted that I would go with her to New York.
take sb/sth for granted to be so used to sb/sth that you do not recognize their true value any more and do not show that you are grateful: Her husband was always there and she just took him for granted. + We take having an endless supply of clean water for granted.
+ noun
~ (to do sth) a sum of money that is given by the government or by another organization to be used for a particular purpose: student grants (= to pay for their education) + He has been awarded a research grant.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

large, substantial | small | full
The full student maintenance grant was rather less than £2,000.
| annual | capital, lump-sum, purchase
The school has received a large capital grant to improve its buildings.
| maintenance | emergency
emergency grants for special needs for items such as cookers and clothing
| discretionary | mandatory | student | project, research
There is a lot of competition for research grants.
| clothing, conservation, (home) improvement, land, maternity, renovation, training, etc. | Arts Council, EU, government, local authority, etc.

VERB + GRANT

apply for | be eligible for, qualify for
You may be eligible for a clothing grant.
| get, obtain, receive
You can get a grant if you've lived in the area for three years.
| award (sb), give sb, make (sb), offer (sb), provide (sb with)
The government has awarded a 3.5 million pound grant for the restoration of the opera house.
| refuse sb | cut
The theatre's annual grant from the Arts Council has been cut.

PREP.

~ for
a grant for a youth project
| ~ from
a grant from the local authority

verb

ADV.

expressly, specifically
the rights expressly granted by the terms of the lease
| effectively
The law effectively grants the company immunity from prosecution.

VERB + GRANT

agree to, decide to | refuse to
The judge refused to grant him bail.
| be willing to



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