permit


permit
1. pə'mit past tense, past participle - permitted; verb
1) (to agree to (another person's action); to allow or let (someone do something): Permit me to answer your question; Smoking is not permitted.) permitir
2) (to make possible: My aunt's legacy permitted me to go to America.) permitir

2. 'pə:mit noun
(a written order allowing a person to do something: We have a permit to export our product.) permiso, pase, licencia
permit1 n permiso
a work permit un permiso de trabajo
permit2 vb permitir
you are not permitted to smoke here no se permite fumar aquí
El pasado y participio pasado de permit se escribe permitted; el gerundio se escribe permitting
permit
tr[(n) 'pɜːmɪt; (vb) pɜː'mɪt]
noun
1 (gen) permiso; (licence) permiso, licencia; (pass) pase nombre masculino
transitive verb (pt & pp permitted, ger permitting)
1 (gen) permitir; (authorize) autorizar
he was not permitted access to the meeting no se le permitió la entrada a la reunión
smoking is not permitted no se permite fumar
the girl's parents did not permit her to go out los padres de la niña no le permitían salir
intransitive verb
1 permitir
weather permitting si el tiempo lo permite
permit [pər'mɪt] vt, -mitted ; -mitting : permitir, dejar
weather permitting: si el tiempo lo permite
permit ['pər.mɪt, pər'-] n
: permiso m, licencia f
permit
n.
carnet s.m.
paso s.m.
permiso s.m.
v.
conceder v.
consentir v.
dejar v.
licenciar v.
permitir v.

I
1. pər'mɪt, pə'mɪt
-tt- transitive verb permitir

photography is not permitted — no se permite tomar fotografías

to permit somebody to + INF: I will not permit you to insult my family like this no te permito que insultes así a mi familia; may I be permitted to make a suggestion? — (frml) ¿me permiten que haga una sugerencia?


2.
vi

weather permitting — si hace buen tiempo

if time permits — si hay tiempo


II 'pɜːrmɪt, 'pɜːmɪt
noun permiso m (por escrito)

work/residence permit — permiso de trabajo/de residencia

gun permit — (AmE) licencia f de armas

1.
['pɜːmɪt]
N (=licence) permiso m , licencia f ; (=pass) pase m ; (=permission) permiso m

do you have a permit to carry that gun? — ¿tienes permiso or licencia para llevar esa pistola?

building permit — permiso m de de obras

parking 2., residence 2.
2.
[pǝ'mɪt]
VT permitir

I won't permit it — no lo permitiré

is smoking permitted? — ¿se permite or está permitido fumar?, ¿se puede fumar?

smoking is not permitted on the car deck — está prohibido fumar or no se permite fumar en la cubierta de automóviles

the law permits the sale of this substance — la ley autoriza or permite la venta de esta sustancia

he permitted himself one cigar a day — se permitía (fumar) un cigarro al día

to permit sb to do sth — permitir a algn hacer algo, permitir que algn haga algo

permit me to give you some advice — frm permítame aconsejarle or que le aconseje

if I may be permitted to make a suggestion — frm si se me permite hacer una sugerencia, si me permite que haga una sugerencia

3.
[pǝ'mɪt]
VI

if time permits — si hay tiempo (suficiente)

weather permitting — si el tiempo lo permite

to permit of sth — frm admitir algo, dar posibilidad a algo

the crime permits of no defence — el crimen no admite defensa alguna, el crimen no da posibilidad a defensa alguna

4.
['pɜːmɪt]
CPD

permit holder N — titular mf de un permiso

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I
1. [pər'mɪt, pə'mɪt]
-tt- transitive verb permitir

photography is not permitted — no se permite tomar fotografías

to permit somebody to + INF: I will not permit you to insult my family like this no te permito que insultes así a mi familia; may I be permitted to make a suggestion? — (frml) ¿me permiten que haga una sugerencia?


2.
vi

weather permitting — si hace buen tiempo

if time permits — si hay tiempo


II ['pɜːrmɪt, 'pɜːmɪt]
noun permiso m (por escrito)

work/residence permit — permiso de trabajo/de residencia

gun permit — (AmE) licencia f de armas


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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