permission per‧mis‧sion [pəˈmɪʆn ǁ pər-] noun [countable, uncountable]
when someone is officially told that they are allowed to do something:
permission to do something

• The Board denied the company permission to build the pipeline.

• The officer approved $4.5 million in loans without getting the bank's permission.

permission for

• Airlines need their own government's permission for internal flights.

ˈplanning perˌmission
[uncountable] PROPERTY permission from a local government authority to build a house etc, or to change an existing building; = PERMISSION TO BUILD:

• The company applied for planning permission to build a factory on the site.

planning permission for

• The committee voted to refuse planning permission for the petrol station.

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permission UK US /pəˈmɪʃən/ noun
[U] the act of allowing something to happen, or allowing someone to do something: permission for sth »

The EU has already granted its permission for the deal to go through.

permission to do sth »

We did get permission to hire more staff.


They did the work without permission and without an official budget.


Don't give permission to websites to install programs or files on your PC.

ask for/seek/request permission »

Today's court case is to seek permission to convene meetings with shareholders.

get/obtain/receive permission »

You must obtain permission from the Inland Revenue before going abroad.

grant/deny/refuse permission »

The Council has decided to refuse permission for the development to go ahead.

[C, often plural] LAW an official document allowing someone to do something: »

All the necessary permissions are in place.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • permission — I noun acquiescence, allowance, approval, assent, authority, authorization, blessing, concurrence, consent, copia, countenance, facultas, formal consent, full authority, grace, leave, license, potestas, sanction, tolerance, visa associated… …   Law dictionary

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  • Permission — Per*mis sion, n. [L. permissio: cf. F. permission. See {Permit}.] The act of permitting or allowing; formal consent; authorization; leave; license or liberty granted. [1913 Webster] High permission of all ruling Heaven. Milton. [1913 Webster] You …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • permission — [pər mish′ən] n. [ME < MFr < L permissio < pp. of permittere] the act of permitting; esp., formal consent; leave; license [permission to go] …   English World dictionary

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