Definition of 'licensed'
Example sentences containing 'licensed'
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There are 47 million licensed British drivers. The Sun (2016)The couple were also charged with being drunk outside licensed premises. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Running costs will be shared between licensed premises. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But do we really need as many licensed premises chasing limited business? Times, Sunday Times (2015)They will be subject to the same sanctions for breaches as licensed agents are at present. Times, Sunday Times (2015)My advice to landlords would be to always go with a licensed agent. Times, Sunday Times (2013)That means growing up as a society and legalising the trade in licensed premises. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She represents all that is good about the licensed trade. Times, Sunday Times (2011)From tomorrow all licensed premises will need to check the age of drinkers and also offer the option of smaller measures. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Social scene The union bar and nightclub is the biggest licensed premises in the city. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Next, they appear keen to restrict the number of drinks an individual may buy on licensed premises. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Here, he explains why he would like to see smokers allowed to light up again on licensed premises. The Sun (2011)It will mean that lighting up will be outlawed in ALL licensed premises as well as restaurants and workplaces. The Sun (2006)This was'a bar crawl of numerous licensed premises '. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Police went to 456 licensed premises across London. The Sun (2014)In fact, most British writers plump for licensed premises. Times, Sunday Times (2009)As most players under 17 do not have a licensed agent, their parents act on their behalf. The Sun (2009)The licensed ivory shops, along with dozens more like them in the district, make a show of complete legitimacy. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The law allows a 14 year old to go into licensed premises such as a pub, but not to drink alcohol. Taking Drugs Seriously (1994)He has also explored equality of pay, and how group action changed the law so that lap-dancing clubs are no longer licensed like coffee shops. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This means that their safety and effectiveness can't be guaranteed in the same way that a licensed product such as MMR vaccine can. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'licensed'
British English: licensed ADJECTIVE
If you are licensed to do something, you have official permission from the government or from the authorities to do it.
There were about 250 people on board, about 100 more than the ferry was licensed to carry.
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