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  1. permit

    • v.
      give authorization or consent to (someone) to do something;authorize or give permission for (something)
    • n.
      an official document giving someone authorization to do something
    • noun: permit, plural noun: permits

    • verb: permit, 3rd person present: permits, gerund or present participle: permitting, past tense: permitted, past participle: permitted

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. give authorization or consent to (someone) to do something:

      the law permits councils to monitor any factory emitting smoke

      he would not permit anybody access to the library

    • 2. authorize or give permission for (something):

      the country is not ready to permit any rice imports

    • 3. (of a thing, circumstance, or condition) provide an opportunity or scope for (something) to take place; make possible:

      some properties are too small to permit mechanized farming

      when weather permits, lunches are served outside

    • 4. allow for; admit of:

      the camp permits of no really successful defense

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an official document giving someone authorization to do something:

      he is only in Britain on a work permit

    • if the specified thing does not prevent one from doing something

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    • used for politeness before making a suggestion or expressing an intention

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    • used for politeness before making a suggestion or expressing an intention

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    • n. an official document giving a foreigner permission to take a job in a country.

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    • n. an official document giving a foreigner permission to take a job in a country.

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    • v.
      officially allow (someone) to do something:
    • the law permits councils to monitor any factory emitting smoke

      he would not permit anybody access to the library

    • n.
      an official document giving someone authorization to do something:
    • he is only in Britain on a work permit

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    • IPA[ˈpəːmɪt]

    英式

    • n.
      a deep-bodied fish of the jack family, found in warm waters of the western Atlantic and Caribbean and caught for food and sport.

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    • IPA[ˈpərmit]

    美式

    • n.
      a deep-bodied fish of the jack family, found in warm waters of the western Atlantic and Caribbean and caught for food and sport.

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