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franchise

US [ˈfrænˌtʃaɪz]
UK [ˈfræntʃaɪz]
  • n.特许;(公司授予的)特许经销权;获特许权的商业(或服务)机构
  • v.授予(或出售)特许经销权(或经营权)
  • Web特许经营;特权;特许经营权
Plural Form:franchises  Present Participle:franchising  Past Tense:franchised  
Franchise
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n.
— see also
enfranchise
1.
[c][u]
(公司授予的)特许经销权;(国家授予的)特别经营权,特许formal permission given by a company to sb who wants to sell its goods or services in a particular area; formal permission given by a government to sb who wants to operate a public service as a business
a franchise agreement/company
特许经销权协议;特约代销公司
a catering/rail franchise
餐饮╱铁路经营权
In the reorganization, Southern Television lost their franchise.
在改组过程中南方电视公司失去了特许经营权。
to operate a business under franchise
根据特许经营权经营
2.
[c]
获特许权的商业(或服务)机构a business or service run under franchise
They operate franchises in London and Paris.
他们在伦敦和巴黎经营专卖店。
a burger franchise
汉堡包特许经销店
3.
[u]
(公民)选举权the right to vote in a country's elections
universal adult franchise
成年人普选权
v.
1.
[usupass]
~ sth (out) (to sb/sth)
授予(或出售)特许经销权(或经营权)to give or sell a franchise to sb
Catering has been franchised (out) to a private company.
餐饮特许经营权已授予一家私人公司。
franchised restaurants
获经营权的餐厅

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