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permit

US [pərˈmɪt]
UK [pə(r)ˈmɪt]
  • v.允许;准许;使有可能
  • n.许可证
  • Web执照;通行证;容许
Simple Present:permits  Present Participle:permitting  Past Tense:permitted  
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v.
1.
[t]
允许;准许to allow sb to do sth or to allow sth to happen
Radios are not permitted in the library.
图书馆内不许使用收音机。
There are fines for exceeding permitted levels of noise pollution.
噪音超标会处以罚款。
We were not permitted any contact with each other.
我们不许彼此有任何接触。
Jim permitted himself a wry smile.
吉姆勉强苦笑了一下。
Visitors are not permitted to take photographs.
参观者请勿拍照。
She would not permit herself to look at them.
她避免看他们。
Permit me to offer you some advice.
请允许我向你提些建议。
2.
[i][t]
允许;使有可能to make sth possible
We hope to visit the cathedral, if time permits.
如果时间允许,我们希望能参观一下主教座堂。
I'll come tomorrow, weather permitting(= if the weather is fine) .
天气许可的话,我明天过来。
The password permits access to all files on the hard disk.
这个密码可调出硬盘上的所有文档。
Cash machines permit you to withdraw money at any time.
取款机可让你随时取款。
n.
— see also
work permit
1.
许可证,特许证(尤指限期的)an official document that gives sb the right to do sth, especially for a limited period of time
a fishing/residence/parking, etc. permit
钓鱼、居住、停车等许可证
to apply for a permit
申请许可证
to issue a permit
签发许可证

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