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permit /'pə:mit/
  • danh từ
    • giấy phép
      • to grant a permit: cấp giấy phép
      • export permit: giấy phép xuất khẩu
    • sự cho phép[pə'mit]
    • ngoại động từ
      • cho phép
        • permit me to add that...: cho phép tôi được nói thêm rằng...
        • weather permitting: nếu thời tiết cho phép
    • nội động từ
      • (+ of) cho phép, thừa nhận
        • the situation permits no delay: tình hình không cho phép được trì hoãn
    Concise Dictionary
    permitted|permitting|permitspɜr'mɪt ,pər- /pə'mɪt ,pɜ-
    noun
    +a legal document giving official permission to do something
    +the act of giving a formal (usually written) authorization
    +large game fish; found in waters of the West Indies
    verb
    +consent to, give permission
    +make it possible through a specific action or lack of action for something to happen
    +allow the presence of or allow (an activity) without opposing or prohibiting

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 Often, permit to. allow, agree (to), consent (to), give permission or leave (to), authorize, sanction, license, tolerate, countenance, suffer, brook, admit, grant, enable, empower, franchise, enfranchise; let:
    He permitted me to use his name as a reference. Do they permit smoking here?
    n.
    2 licence, authority, authorization, franchise, warrant; pass, passport, visa:
    Your parking permit expired last week. Shirley has a permit to visit Tibet.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    verb, noun
    + verb (-tt-) (formal)
    1 to allow sb to do sth or to allow sth to happen: [VN] Radios are not permitted in the library. + There are substantial fines for exceeding permitted levels of noise pollution. + [VNN] We were not permitted any contact with each other. + Jim permitted himself a wry smile. + [VN to inf] Visitors are not permitted to take photographs. + She would not permit herself to look at them. + (formal, spoken) Permit me to offer you some advice. [also V -ing] - ALLOW
    2 to make sth possible: [V] We hope to visit the cathedral, if time permits. + I'll come tomorrow, weather permitting (= if the weather is fine). + [VN] The password permits access to all files on the hard disk. + The length of the report does not permit a detailed discussion of the problems. + [VN to inf] Cash machines permit you to withdraw money at any time. [also V -ing]
    + noun
    an official document that gives sb the right to do sth, especially for a limited period of time: a fishing / work / residence / parking permit + to apply for a permit + to issue a permit + You cannot enter the military base without a permit.
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    ADJ.

    government, official | export, import | residence, residency | work | travel | resident's, visitor's | building, filming, fishing, landing, parking

    VERB + PERMIT

    have | give (sb), grant (sb), issue | get, obtain, receive | revoke | renew | apply for | need, require

    PERMIT + VERB

    expire, run out

    PERMIT + NOUN

    holder

    PREP.

    by ~
    Entry is by permit only.
    | with/without a ~
    You can't park here without a permit.
    | ~ for
    They applied for a permit for a street demonstration against university fees.

    verb

    ADV.

    legally | generally, normally
    Development is not normally permitted in conservation areas.

    VERB + PERMIT

    refuse to | be designed to
    The bill was designed to permit workers to take up to twelve weeks' unpaid leave annually for family reasons.



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