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Определение “licence” в словаре английского

Определение "licence" в словаре английского

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licencenoun

UK (US license) uk   us   /ˈlaɪ.səns/
A2 [C] an ​officialdocument that gives you ​permission to own, do, or use something, usually after you have ​paidmoney and/or taken a ​test: a ​dog licence a ​driving licence (US driver's license) a TV licence [S or U] formal permission or ​freedom to do what you ​want: As ​parents, they allowedtheirchildren very little licence. [+ to infinitive] He was given licence toreform the ​organization.artistic/poetic licence the ​freedom of ​artists, ​writers, etc. to ​change the ​facts of the ​realworld when ​producingartunder licence with ​specialpermission from the ​person or ​company who has ​created a ​product: It's a ​Germanproduct, made under licence in British ​factories.
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(Определение слова licence из Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Определение "licence" в словаре делового английского

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licencenoun

uk   us   /ˈlaɪsəns/ UK ( US license)
[C] LAW, GOVERNMENT an ​officialdocument from the ​government, ​court, etc. that gives you ​permission to do, have, or own something: a driving/driver's/pilot's licence The ​bank will insist you ​produce a ​driving licence or ​passport as a ​form of ID. a business/​operating licence a gun/firearms licence If there is any delay, the licence ​holder can be ​fined.grant/issue a licence The ​councilgranted a licence that ​allowed the ​premises to ​stayopen until 3 am. have/​hold/get a licence own/​apply for/​renew a licence refuse/​suspend/take away a licence a licence ​expires/​runs out
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[C] LAW, COMMERCE, IT permission given by a ​company to ​produce or use something that they have ​created or that belongs to them: a software/​publishing licencelicence for sth A licence for PC ​network use ​costs £900.licence to do sth a licence to ​publish the ​book throughout the ​world
[ U] permission or freedom to do what you want: licence to do sth He ​thought his ​position allowed him licence to be rude.
licence to print money usually disapproving a ​situation in which a ​person or ​organization is given the ​permission or ​opportunity to become very ​rich without much ​effort: Healthcare should not be seen as a licence to ​printmoney for the ​privatesector.
under licence LAW, COMMERCE with ​permission from the ​person or ​company who has ​created a ​product: It can ​appoint a ​foreigncompany to ​manufacture its ​product under licence.
(Определение слова licence из Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Переводы “licence”
на корейский 면허…
на арабский رُخْصة…
in Malaysian lesen…
на французский permis…
на русский лицензия, удостоверение…
на китайский (традиционный) 許可證,執照,牌照, 許可,准許, 自由…
на итальянский permesso, patente…
на турецкий ruhsat, izin belgesi, lisans…
на польский pozwolenie, koncesja, świadectwo…
на испанский licencia, permiso…
in Vietnamese giấy phép…
на португальский licença, carteira…
in Thai ใบอนุญาต…
на немецкий die Erlaubnis…
на каталонский llicència, permís…
на японский 免許証, 許可証…
на китайский (упрощенный) 许可证,执照,牌照, 许可,准许, 自由…
in Indonesian surat izin…
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