Definition of 'permit'
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Parks not displaying the dogs permitted symbol may accept dogs in specific holiday homes and this will be shown on your confirmation. The Sun (2017)The second delivers a special exemption for footballers, making it easier for them to procure work permits. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She said that a new permit scheme should allow workers to come for at least nine months and let them return year after year. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's not impossible to get work permits and residency but it's expensive and quite a process. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The firm, which charges residents to pressure wash their bins, needed a permit to do so. The Sun (2017)The government needs to recognise that when it comes to the allocation of work permits, London is different from other parts of the country. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Others could apply to the court to be permitted to attend. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The permit allows you to buy or sell your property at will. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Such permits may be expensive or very difficult to obtain. Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice (1995)The making of certain musical arrangements is also permitted. Christianity Today (2000)You do not need a permit if it is not for industrial use. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Keep ankles bare for as long as the weather permits. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The temptations for those awarding permits and licences are enormous. Times, Sunday Times (2006)There were to be no block guarantees and no collective entry permits. Times, Sunday Times (2015) Day permits and club memberships are available in most places. Times, Sunday Times (2009)In return host governments will be expected to be more generous with work permits. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We need to be permitted to humanely trap otters and move them. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It also appears to permit the industry to influence the appointments of the chairman and board members of the regulator. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Parks not displaying the dogs permitted symbol may accept dogs in specific holiday homes and this will be shown on your confirmation. The Sun (2015)Under new policies, pupils are usually permitted to wear a single stud in each lobe. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It is permitted under licence in Britain. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Should our courts permit the removal of an asylum seeker to that other country for the legal procedures there to address the asylum claim? Times, Sunday Times (2010)The geographical proximity of European countries has permitted fewer channels for terrestrial broadcast services in a single country than elsewhere. Television - policy and culture (1990)Where legally permitted, of course. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Red cards permitting, of course. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Our country can permit itself anything except unforeseen crises with uncertain outcomes,' he said. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'permit'
British English: permit /ˈpɜːmɪt/ NOUN
A permit is an official document allowing you to do something.
...a work permit.
- American English: permit
- Arabic: تَصْرِيحٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: autorização
- Chinese: 通行证
- Croatian: propusnica
- Czech: povolení písemné
- Danish: tilladelse
- Dutch: vergunning
- European Spanish: permiso documento
- Finnish: lupakirja
- French: permettre
- German: Erlaubnisschein
- Greek: άδεια έγκριση
- Italian: permesso
- Japanese: 許可証
- Korean: 허가증
- Norwegian: tillatelse
- Polish: pozwolenie przepustka
- European Portuguese: licença
- Romanian: permis
- Russian: пропуск
- Spanish: permiso autorización
- Swedish: tillstånd
- Thai: ใบอนุญาต
- Turkish: izin vermek
- Ukrainian: дозвіл
- Vietnamese: giấy phép
British English: permit VERB
If someone permits something, they allow it to happen.
He can let the court's decision stand and permit the execution.
Definition of permit from the Collins English Dictionary
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