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grant

US [ɡrænt]
UK [ɡrɑːnt]
  • v.允许;同意
  • n.(政府、机构的)拨款
  • Web授予;格兰特;准予
Simple Present:grants  Present Participle:granting  Past Tense:granted  
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v.
1.
[oftpass]
(尤指正式地或法律上)同意,准予,允许to agree to give sb what they ask for, especially formal or legal permission to do sth
My request was granted.
我的请求得到批准。
I was granted permission to visit the palace.
我获准参观宫殿。
She was granted a divorce.
她获准离婚。
The bank finally granted me a £500 loan.
银行终于同意给我贷款 500 英镑。
The bank finally granted a £500 loan to me.
银行终于同意给我贷款 500 英镑。
2.
(勉强)承认,同意to admit that sth is true, although you may not like or agree with it
She's a smart woman, I grant you, but she's no genius.
我同意你的观点,她是一个很聪明的女人,但绝不是天才。
I grant you (that) it looks good, but it's not exactly practical.
我承认你说的,它好看,可并不是很实用。
IDM
I just took it for granted that he'd always be around.
我还想当然地以为他总能随叫随到呢。
take it for granted (that…)
认为…是理所当然to believe sth is true without first making sure that it is
I just took it for granted that he'd always be around.
我还想当然地以为他总能随叫随到呢。
Her husband was always there and she just took him for granted.
她丈夫随时都在身边,她只是认为他理应如此。
We take having an endless supply of clean water for granted.
我们想当然地认为洁净水的供应是无穷无尽的。
take sb/sth for granted
(因习以为常)对…不予重视;(因视为当然而)不把…当回事to be so used to sb/sth that you do not recognize their true value any more and do not show that you are grateful
Her husband was always there and she just took him for granted.
她丈夫随时都在身边,她只是认为他理应如此。
We take having an endless supply of clean water for granted.
我们想当然地认为洁净水的供应是无穷无尽的。
n.
1.
~ (to do sth)
(政府、机构的)拨款a sum of money that is given by the government or by another organization to be used for a particular purpose
student grants(= to pay for their education)
学生助学金
He has been awarded a research grant.
他得到一笔研究经费。

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