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Translation of "licence" - English-Spanish dictionary

licence

noun
a (printed) form giving permission to do something (eg to keep a television set etc , drive a car, sell alcohol etc) licencia, permiso a driving licence.
license verb
to give a licence to or permit autorizar, dar permiso The restaurant is licensed to serve alcohol.
licensed adjective
(of a shop, hotel etc) legally allowed to sell alcohol to customers con licencia licensed premises.
licensee noun
a person to whom a licence (especially to keep a licensed hotel or public house) has been given. concesionario
license plate noun
(American ) an official sign on the front and back of a vehicle that shows its registration number/license number; number plate (British). matrícula
licence is a noun: a licence (not license) to sell alcohol. license is a verb: licensed (not licenced) to drive a goods vehicle.
(Definition of licence from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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