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If permission is granted, they’ll start building soon.
The Board has refused to grant your request.
Irish nationalists urged the British government to grant an amnesty to all political prisoners.
On April 30, the club granted him a leave of absence for personal reasons.
His wish had finally been granted.
‘This thing never works!’ ‘Well, not very often, I grant you.’
You’re thorough, I grant you that, but we don’t need all this detail.
I shouted at my boss because I’m sick of being taken for granted.
Losing my job taught me never to take anything for granted.
You can’t take it for granted that they’ll behave themselves.
This is the British English definition of grant. View American English definition of grant.