Synonyms of 'entitle'
to give (someone) the right to do or have somethingYour contract entitles you to a full refund.
give the right to,
Would you allow me to accompany you?
The authorities have refused visas to enable them to enter the country.
I was permitted to bring my camera into the concert.
Our constitution does not permit the sending of troops.
He may seem ready to sanction the use of force.
the council can license a U.S. company to produce the drug
The allegations are serious enough to warrant an investigation.
We are willing to authorize a police raid.
The trustees of the museum are empowered to sell items from its collection.
to give a name or title to (a book or film)an instrumental piece entitled `Changing States'
They called their daughter Mischa.
My mother insisted on naming me Horace.
a new book titled `The Golden Thirteen'
He had been termed a temporary employee.
people who would like to style themselves as great thinkers
Too often the press are labelled as irresponsible.
He dubbed her the most exciting woman in the world.
one man interviewed in our study, whom we shall designate as `Mr E'
a boat which he christened `the Stray Cat'
give the title of,
he saw scarcely a single elevation that he cared to denominate a hill
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in the sense of allow
to permit someone to do somethingWould you allow me to accompany you?
in the sense of authorize
to give official permission forWe are willing to authorize a police raid.
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