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Translation of "grant" - English-Spanish dictionary

grant

verb /ɡraːnt/
to agree to, to give conceder, otorgar Would you grant me one favour/favor? He granted the soldier permission to leave.
to agree or admit reconocer, admitir I grant (you) that it was a stupid thing to do.
granted ( granting)
(even) if; assuming dado que, en el supuesto de que Granted that you are right, we will have to move fast.
take for granted
to assume without checking dar por sentado, suponer algo I took it for granted that you had heard the story.
to treat casually no valorar/apreciar, no hacer caso People take electricity for granted until their supply is cut off.
(Definition of grant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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