- adj. 许可的；自由的；宽容的；（两性关系）放纵的
- permissive (adj.)
- c. 1600, "allowing to pass through," from Old French permissif, from Latin permiss-, past participle stem of permittere "to let go, let pass, let loose" (see permit (v.)). In sense of "tolerant, liberal" it is first recorded 1956; by 1966 it had definite overtones of sexual freedom. Earlier it meant "permitted, allowed" (early 15c.). Related: Permissively; permissiveness.
- 1. Single parents are more likely to be permissive.
- 2. First, about 50,000 " old " pesticides had been registered under permissive pre - 1972 safety and testing requirements.
- 第一, 大约5万种 “ 旧的 ” 杀虫剂按照1972年以前容许的可靠性和检查要求进行了注册.
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- 3. These cells exhibited the glycopetide pattern characteristic of transformed cells when grown at the permissive temperature.
- 4. The climate was permissive, supportive, and approving of mind control experimentation.
- 风气是许可的, 支持的, 以及赞成精神控制实验的.
- 5. Direct priMary legislation is largely permissive rather than prescriptive.
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