permission


permission
01. Children at the school have to get their teacher's [permission] to leave the school grounds during lunch time.
02. When I was a kid, I wasn't [permitted] to argue with my parents.
03. It is not [permissible] to use a calculator during the test.
04. Dostoevsky once said that if God does not exist, then everything is [permitted].
05. Her parents are very [permissive], but she has become quite responsible and independent because of it.
06. The young boy asked [permission] to go to the washroom.
07. You are not [permitted] to take photos in the museum.
08. William Dement once said that dreaming [permits] each and every one of us to be quietly and safely insane every night of our lives.
09. In 1759, for the first time, the Pope gave his [permission] for the Bible to be translated into all languages of the Catholic states.
10. In seventeenth-century Japan, no citizen was allowed to leave the country on penalty of death, and anyone caught coming or going without [permission] was executed on the spot.
11. The first Far Eastern country to [permit] kissing in films was China, in 1926.
12. Someone once suggested that it is easier to get forgiveness than [permission].
13. There is an old proverb which states that the first faults are theirs that commit them; the second theirs that [permit] them.
14. Visitors to Angola must apply for a [permit] in order to be able to take photographs during their stay.
15. In 1896, the first [permits] for the public showing of movies were issued in the area known today as Croatia.
16. The enormous number of photos which have been beamed back from the moon have [permitted] scientists to map its surface.
17. You must have a [permit] in order to light a campfire on the beach during the summer.
18. If you don't have a parking [permit], your car will be towed.

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  • permission — [ pɛrmisjɔ̃ ] n. f. • 1404; par la Dieu permission « par la volonté de Dieu » 1180; lat. permissio 1 ♦ Action de permettre; son résultat. ⇒ autorisation. Demander, obtenir, donner la permission de faire qqch. ⇒ acquiescement, consentement. Agir… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • permission — per‧mis‧sion [pəˈmɪʆn ǁ pər ] noun [countable, uncountable] when someone is officially told that they are allowed to do something: permission to do something • The Board denied the company permission to build the pipeline. • The officer approved …   Financial and business terms

  • permission — Permission. s. f. Pouvoir, liberté, licence de faire, de dire &c. Il a une permission du Roy pour telle chose. il faut avoir, il faut obtenir la permission de l Evesque, cela ne se peut sans permission. on luy a donné permission de.... le Roy luy …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • permission — I noun acquiescence, allowance, approval, assent, authority, authorization, blessing, concurrence, consent, copia, countenance, facultas, formal consent, full authority, grace, leave, license, potestas, sanction, tolerance, visa associated… …   Law dictionary

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  • permission — permission, leave, sufferance denote the sanction which enables one to do something that requires the consent of those in authority. Permission is the ordinary term except in some conventional phrases; it commonly implies the power or authority… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Permission — Per*mis sion, n. [L. permissio: cf. F. permission. See {Permit}.] The act of permitting or allowing; formal consent; authorization; leave; license or liberty granted. [1913 Webster] High permission of all ruling Heaven. Milton. [1913 Webster] You …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • permission — et congé, Permissus, huius permissus, Permissio, Concessus, huius concessus. Permission de dire ou de faire ce qu on veut, sans en estre reprins ne puni, Licentia. Permission et puissance de pouvoir user des chevaux destinez aux postes publiques …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • permission — [pər mish′ən] n. [ME < MFr < L permissio < pp. of permittere] the act of permitting; esp., formal consent; leave; license [permission to go] …   English World dictionary

  • Permission — Permission,die:⇨Erlaubnis(1) …   Das Wörterbuch der Synonyme

  • permission — (n.) early 15c., from L. permissionem (nom. permissio), noun of action from pp. stem of permittere (see PERMIT (Cf. permit) (v.)) …   Etymology dictionary