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  1. licence

    • IPA[ˈlʌɪs(ə)ns]

    英式

    • n.
      a permit from an authority to own or use something, do a particular thing, or carry on a trade (especially in alcoholic drink);formal or official permission to do something
    • noun: licence, plural noun: licences

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    • n.
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    • 1. a permit from an authority to own or use something, do a particular thing, or carry on a trade (especially in alcoholic drink):

      a gun licence

      a television licence fee

    • 2. formal or official permission to do something:

      a subsidiary company manufactured cranes under licence from a Norwegian firm

    • 3. freedom to behave as one wishes, especially in a way which results in excessive or unacceptable behaviour:

      the government was criticized for giving the army too much licence

    • 4. a writer's or artist's freedom to deviate from fact, or from conventions such as grammar, for effect:

      artistic licence

    • 5. licentiousness.
    • 6. a reason or excuse to do something unacceptable:

      police say that the lenient sentence is a licence to assault

    • n.
      a permit from an authority to own or use something, do a particular thing, or carry on a trade (especially in alcoholic beverages):
    • a gun license

      vehicle license fees

    • v.
      grant a license to (someone or something) to permit the use of something or to allow an activity to take place:
    • brokers must be licensed to sell health-related insurance

      he ought not to have been licensed to fly a plane

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    • v. grant a licence to:

    • a pub has to be licensed by the local justices

      he ought not to have been licensed to fly a plane

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    • adj. having an official licence:

    • a licensed taxi operator

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    • adj. having an official license:

    • a licensed taxi operator

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    • n. a shop selling alcoholic drink for consumption elsewhere.

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    • n. a fee paid to an organization for permission to own, use, or do something:

    • street traders in Coventry could have their licence fees reduced by 75 per cent

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    • n. the freedom to depart from the facts of a matter or from the conventional rules of language when speaking or writing in order to create an effect:

    • he used a little poetic licence to embroider a good tale

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    • n. a licence allowing a marriage to take place at a time or place not normally permitted:

    • Maisie and Thomas were married by special licence

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    • n. a document permitting a person to drive a motor vehicle; a driver's license.

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  2. 知識+

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