- vi. 许可；允许
- vt. 许可；允许
- n. 许可证，执照
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- permit:  Permit is one of a large family of English words (including also admit, commit, etc) which go back to Latin mittere ‘let go, send’. Combination with the prefix per- ‘through’ produced permittere ‘let go, give up’, hence ‘allow’. Amongst derivatives to have reached English are permissible , permission , and permissive .
=> admit, commit, mission, permission, submit, transmit
- permit (v.)
- late 15c., from Middle French permetre and directly from Latin permittere "let pass, let go, let loose; give up, hand over; let, allow, grant, permit," from per- "through" (see per) + mittere "let go, send" (see mission). Related: Permitted; permitting.
- permit (n.)
- "written statement of permission or license," 1714, from permit (v.).
- 1. He can let the court's decision stand and permit the execution.
- 2. Will they permit you to sit in on a few classes?
- 3. Permit me to give you some advice.
- 4. The state does not permit write-in votes.
- 5. She hasn't got a work permit.
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