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licence , license /ˈlaɪsəns/ noun
license (also licence) /ˈlaɪsəns/ verb [transitive usually passive]

امتیاز ، (license) اجازه ، جواز شغل ، اجازه رفتن دادن ، پروانه دادن ، مرخص کردن ، قانون ـ فقه: مجوز ، اجازه ، روانشناسی: پروانه ، بازرگانی: پروانه ، مجوز
کامپیوتر: مجوز

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- certificate, charter, permit, warrant
- permission, authority, authorization, blank cheque, carte blanche, dispensation, entitlement, exemption, immunity, leave, liberty, right
- latitude, freedom, independence, leeway, liberty
- laxity, excess, immoderation, indulgence, irresponsibility

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. licence S3 W2 British English, license American English /ˈlaɪsəns/ noun
[Word Family: noun: licence, licensee; verb: license; adjective: licensed]

1. DOCUMENT [countable] an official document giving you permission to own or do something for a period of time ⇒ permit:
The dealers applied for an export licence.
He was arrested for driving without a license.
The Tennessee Valley Authority applied for a license to operate the facility.
The owner of land could grant a licence to cut and remove timber.
I forgot to renew my licence.
Persistent offenders face losing their licence.driving licence

2. AGREEMENT [uncountable and countable] an agreement with a company or organization giving permission to make, sell, or use their product
under licence
Guinness is brewed under licence in South Africa.
single-user/10-user/site licence (=permission for computer software to be used by a certain number of people or in a certain place only)
a licence agreement

3. FREEDOM [uncountable] freedom to do or say what you think is best:
Headteachers should be allowed greater licence in the exercise of their power.

4. artistic/poetic licence the way in which a painter or writer changes the facts of the real world to make their story, description, or picture of events more interesting or more beautiful

5. EXCUSE [uncountable and countable] the freedom or opportunity to behave in a way that is wrong or immoral
licence to do something
Police say it gives youngsters licence to break the law.

6. licence to print money an opportunity to make a lot of money without much work or effort – especially used to show disapproval

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. license AC (also licence British English) /ˈlaɪsəns/ verb [transitive usually passive]
[Word Family: noun: licence, licensee; verb: license; adjective: licensed]
to give official permission for someone to do or produce something, or for an activity to take place
be licensed to do something
a restaurant which is licensed to sell alcohol
The vaccine has been licensed by the US Food and Drug Administration.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. valid | special | car, driving | marriage | export, gaming, import, operating, trade, trading The government is currently granting no operating licences to foreig
television/TV | gun | software, user The CD-ROM comes with a single-user licence.
entertainment, music The bar was refused a music licence.
hotel, refreshment, restaurant
VERB + LICENCE have, hold You have to have a licence to sell beer. Applicants must hold a valid driving licence.
buy, gain, get, obtain, win You can buy a TV licence at the post office. She gained her private pilot's licence. I got my driving licence when I was eighteen. The company has won the licence to run trains from the south coast to London.
apply for, make an application for | grant (sb), issue | refuse sb | revoke, take away He's had his licence taken away.
renew | lose She lost her driving licence when she was caught drink-driving.
LICENCE + VERB expire, run out The licence expires at the end of the year.
LICENCE + NOUN fee, holder
PREP. in a/the ~ All these details are specified in the licence.
under a/the ~ The weapons were exported under a special export licence.
under ~ They are Italian trains, but they will be built in Britain under licence.
~ for a licence for software manufacture
~ from a licence from the Performing Rights Society
PHRASES the holder of a licence

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


have a licence
Café Metropole does not yet have a license to sell liquor.
hold a licence British English (=have a licence)
Police said that the man did not hold a firearms licence.
get/gain/obtain a licence
New private pilots must fly for at least fifty hours before getting their licences.
apply for a licence
A doctor who moves to another state must apply for a license to practice medicine there.
grant/issue a licence
He was granted his flying instructor’s licence.
renew a licence
The licence must be renewed yearly.
lose your licence
The police caught him driving while drunk and he will now lose his licence.
a licence runs out (also a licence expires formal) (=it ends)
Her driver’s license had expired.
take away sb’s licence (also revoke somebody's licence formal)
The doctor had his license revoked after he was found to be on drugs.
a driving licence British English, a driver's license American English
80 percent of 18 year olds had a driver’s license.
a pilot’s licence
She became the youngest woman to hold a pilot’s licence.
a television licence British English (=which allows you to use your television and pays for public television programmes)
Buying a television means you will need a television licence.
a marriage licence (=a licence that allows two people to marry each other)
We went to get a marriage licence.
a fishing/hunting licence (=a licence that allows you to fish/hunt)
He renewed his hunting license.
an import/export licence
An export licence was issued in August last year.
a provisional licence British English (=a temporary driving licence before you get your full licence)
Learner drivers need to obtain a provisional licence.
a full licence (=one that is not temporary and has no restrictions)
They offer insurance cover for drivers over 25 and under 70 years of age with a full licence.
the licence holder British English (=the person who has a licence)
the licence holder of a public house
a licence fee (=money you have to pay to get a licence)
The BBC is funded by a licence fee which all television owners have to pay.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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