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permission

[per-mish-uhn]
noun
1.
authorization granted to do something; formal consent: to ask permission to leave the room.
2.
the act of permitting.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English < Latin permissiōn- (stem of permissiō) a yielding, giving leave, equivalent to permiss(us) (past participle of permittere to permit) + -iōn- -ion

permissioned, adjective
permissory [per-mis-uh-ree] , adjective
nonpermission, noun
self-permission, noun

acquiescence, permission.


1. leave, sanction.


1. restraint, refusal.
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permission (pəˈmɪʃən)
 
n
authorization to do something

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permission
c.1410, from L. permissionem (nom. permissio), from permissus, pp. of permittere (see permit).
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