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Translation of "allow" - English-Turkish dictionary

allow

verb [T]     /əˈlaʊ/
GIVE PERMISSION
B1 to give someone permission for something müsaade etmek, izin vermek [often passive] Smoking is not allowed in the restaurant. [+ to do sth] You are not allowed to use calculators in the exam. [+ two objects] Patients are not allowed visitors after nine o'clock.Allowing and permitting
NOT PREVENT
to not prevent something from happening bir şeyin oluşunu engelleyememek [+ to do sth] They have allowed the problem to get worse.Allowing and permitting
MAKE POSSIBLE
to make it possible for someone to do something birisi için bir şeyi yapmasını temin etmek, mümkün kılmak [+ to do sth] The extra money will allow me to upgrade my computer.Allowing and permitting
TIME/MONEY
to plan to use a particular amount of money, time, etc for something bir miktar para ve zamanı bir şey için kullanmayı planlamak, ayırmak Allow three hours for the whole journey.Giving, providing and supplying
(Definition of allow from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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