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Grant, Cary /ˈkæri $ ˈkeəri/
Grant, Hugh /hjuː/
grant /ɡrɑːnt $ ɡrænt/ verb [transitive]
grant noun [countable]

اجازه دادن ، واگذار کردن ، کمک بلاعوض ، کمک دولتی ، اهداء ، بخشش ، امتیاز ، اجازه واگذاری رسمی ، کمک هزینه تحصیلی ، دادن ، بخشیدن ، اعطا کردن ، تصدیق کردن ، مسلم گرفتن ، موافقت کردن ، قانون ـ فقه: تعهد کردن واگذاری به معنای اعم ، روانشناسی: بورس تحصیلی یا پژوهشی ، بازرگانی: اعانه
- consent to, accede to, agree to, allow, permit
- give, allocate, allot, assign, award, donate, hand out, present
- admit, acknowledge, concede
- award, allowance, donation, endowment, gift, hand-out, present, subsidy
Contrasted words: decline, refuse, turn down, differ, disagree, dissent, challenge, dispute, object, protest
Related Words: bestow, confer, donate, give, present, allow, permit, cede, relinquish, yield, gift, assistance, benefaction, contribution, donation, alms, charity, dole, handout

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. Grant, Cary /ˈkæri $ ˈkeəri/
(1904–86) a US film actor, who was born in the UK. He is known for being very good-looking and for appearing as characters who are confident, amusing, and relaxed, in humorous films such as Bringing Up Baby (1938), His Girl Friday (1940), and The Philadephia Story (1940).

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. Grant, Hugh /hjuː/
(1960–) a British film actor who usually appears as a typical upper-class Englishman in films such as Four Weddings and a Funeral and Love Actually.

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III. Grant, Ulysses S.
(1822–85) a US army leader who commanded the army of the Union (=the northern US states) during the American civil war. His military victories, especially the one at Appomattox against General Robert E. lee, helped the Union to win the war. He was US President from 1869 to 1877.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. grant1 S2 W2 AC /ɡrɑːnt $ ɡrænt/ verb [transitive]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: creanter, graanter, from Latin credere 'to believe']

1. formal to give someone something or allow them to have something that they have asked for:
Britain could grant Spain’s request.
I would love to be able to grant her wish.
grant somebody something
The council have granted him permission to build on the site.
grant something to somebody
A licence to sell alcohol was granted to the club.
grant that (=used in prayers)
Grant that we may know your presence and love.

In everyday English, people usually say give permission rather than grant permission:
They gave him permission to stay.

2. to admit that something is true although it does not make much difference to your opinion ⇒ concede:
He’s got talent, I grant you, but he doesn’t work hard enough.

3. take it for granted (that) to believe that something is true without making sure:
He just took it for granted that he would pass the exam.

4. take somebody/something for granted to expect that someone or something will always be there when you need them and never think how important or useful they are:
Bridget was careful not to take him for granted.

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II. grant2 S2 W2 AC noun [countable]
an amount of money given to someone, especially by the government, for a particular purpose:
The university gets a government grant.
Anyone wishing to apply for a grant should write to the Treasurer.
grant of
a grant of £50,000
grant from
These studios are funded by a grant from the Kress Foundation.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. large, substantial | small | full The full student maintenance grant was rather less than £2,000. | annual | capital, lump-sum, purchase The school has received a large capital grant to improve its buildings.
maintenance | emergency emergency grants for special needs for items such as cookers and clothing
discretionary | mandatory | student | project, research There is a lot of competition for research grants.
clothing, conservation, (home) improvement, land, maternity, renovation, training, etc. | Arts Council, EU, government, local authority, etc.
VERB + GRANT apply for | be eligible for, qualify for You may be eligible for a clothing grant.
get, obtain, receive You can get a grant if you've lived in the area for three years.
award (sb), give sb, make (sb), offer (sb), provide (sb with) The government has awarded a 3.5 million pound grant for the restoration of the opera house.
refuse sb | cut The theatre's annual grant from the Arts Council has been cut.
PREP. ~ for a grant for a youth project
~ from a grant from the local authority

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. expressly, specifically the rights expressly granted by the terms of the lease
effectively The law effectively grants the company immunity from prosecution.
VERB + GRANT agree to, decide to | refuse to The judge refused to grant him bail.
be willing to

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


a government grant
The school has won a £240,000 government grant to improve its science and technology areas.
a research grant
He received a research grant to study the effect of pollution on the environment.
a student grant
If you are on a low income, you may be able to get a student grant.
a block grant American English (=money given by the central government to state governments in order to pay for services such as the police, roads etc)
Congress approved block grants for education, health, and social services.
a grant of £5,000, $8,000 etc
The library received a grant of $20,000 to improve its computer facilities.
apply for a grant
We could apply for a grant and start a serious research programme.
be eligible for a grant (=be allowed to receive a grant)
This booklet explains who is eligible to receive a grant.
get/obtain a grant
You may be able to get a grant to learn a trade.
receive a grant
It is likely that you will receive a grant to cover your tuition.
give/award somebody a grant
If you have been awarded a grant, you must send the details to the university.
be funded by a grant
The expansion of the computer department was funded by a government grant.

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