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licence

noun UK ( US license)     /ˈlaɪ.sənts/
[C] an official document which gives you permission to own, do or use something, usually after you have paid money and/or taken a test 许可证,执照,牌照 a dog licence 养狗牌照 a driving licence/ US driver's license 驾驶执照 a TV licence 电视(收看)许可证 Official documents
[S or U] formal permission or freedom to do what you want 许可,准许;自由 As parents, they allowed their children very little licence. 作为父母,他们给孩子们的自由很少。 [+ to infinitive] He was given licence to reform the organization. 他获准对该组织实行改革。 Freedom to actOpportunity
artistic/poetic licence
the freedom of artists, writers etc. to change the facts of the real world when producing art 艺术/诗歌的破格 Freedom to actOpportunity
under licence
with special permission from the maker of a product 经过授权,经过许可 It's a German product, made under licence in British factories. 这是一种经过授权在英国工厂生产的德国产品。 Allowing and permitting
(Definition of licence from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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