license

All Noun Verb
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  • Info The verb license or grant license means to give permission. more...
  • It was the first book series to be published under an open license.
  • The source code is made available to the public under an own non-commercial license.
  • Most of the licensed music used in episodes has been replaced with other music.
  • A special license would be granted only to clear the stock, he said.
  • It can only be used after receiving a license from the government.
  • Commercial television services also became available when private companies applied for television broadcasting licenses.
  • The US also licensed the design and started rapid construction for their own use.
  • As a result of the sale, the station became a non-commercial license.
  • Some of these engines were then licensed to other companies to develop their own games.
  • The start-up costs and working capital must be known before the license is granted.
  • It has not been officially licensed or distributed outside of its original release.
  • All game development, even on licensed games, was done in-house.
  • They also claimed that even the old license never allowed distribution of modified versions.
  • In that state, each person would have a right, or license, to everything in the world.
  • Note that some of the film license owners have changed since the original release of the films.
  • The band took the Licensed to Ill tour around the world the following year.
  • Police and city officials maintained the girls were required to obtain a business license.
  • The software is free and open source and is published under multiple licenses.
  • By the end of the century, however, they had issued five such licenses.
  • No license was required for its non-commercial use.
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Meaning of license

  • noun A legal document giving official permission to do something
  • noun Freedom to deviate deliberately from normally applicable rules or practices (especially in behavior or speech)
  • noun Excessive freedom; lack of due restraint
    when liberty becomes license dictatorship is near"- Will Durant, the intolerable license with which the newspapers break...the rules of decorum"- Edmund Burke
  • noun The act of giving a formal (usually written) authorization
  • verb Authorize officially
    I am licensed to practice law in this state