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licenseenoun [C]

uk   /ˌlaɪ.sənˈsiː/  us   /ˌlaɪ.sənˈsiː/ formal
a ​person who has ​officialpermission to do something, ​especially to ​sellalcoholicdrinks
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licenseenoun [C]

uk   us   /ˌlaɪsənˈsiː/
LAW, COMMERCE, IT a ​person or ​organization who has ​officialpermission to make, do, or own something: No one but a ​manufacturer or its licensee can ​legallyimport a ​drug into the United ​States.
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UK LAW, GOVERNMENT a ​person who has ​officialpermission to ​sell alcohol: By ​law, the licensee of a ​pub must be a ​fit and proper ​person.
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