What does permit mean?

permit in AZ Dictionary

(v) allowing the doing of (one thing); consent to: permit the sale of alcohol consumption.
(v) To give consent or keep to (some one); authorize: permitted him to explain.
(v) to pay for chance or chance for: weather that allows cruising.
(v) to cover opportunity; enable: if conditions permit.
(v) To give authorization; allowing.
(n) authorization, particularly in written form.
(n) A document or certificate providing authorization to-do anything; a license or warrant: a building license.
(n) A pompano for the types Trachinotus falcatus.
(v) To give formal consent for (anything).
(v) to try and acquire or flourish in getting formal consent for (one thing).
(v) be able through a particular activity or insufficient action for some thing to happen
To suffer or allow to-be, arrived at pass, and take destination, by tacit consent or by not prohibiting or blocking; allow without expressly authorizing.
To grant keep or liberty to by present permission; allow expressly; offer leave, liberty, or permit to: because, a license that permits you to offer intoxicating liquors.
to provide over; leave; quit or resign; refer.

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  • Sentence for "permit"
  • Quotes for "permit"
  • Synonym for "permit"
    • tolerate, grant, allow, let, consent to
  • Antonym for "permit"
    • forbid
  • Verb Forms for "permit"
    • permits, permitted, permitting
  • Phrases for "permit"
    • temporary-worker permit, permit unimpeded, conditions permit, not permit, a permit
  • Rhyme for "permit"
    • Brit, Grit, Kit, Pitt, Pritt
  • Hyponym for "permit"
    • pass
  • Hypernym for "permit"
    • pompano, allow, let, countenance
  • Cross Reference for "permit"
    • license, passport, authorize, indian river permit
  • Etymologically Related for "permit"
    • permission
  • Same Context for "permit"
    • license, passport, restriction, authorization, certificate
  • Variant for "permit"
    • permitted, permitting
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