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  2. Permission - Definition, Meaning & Synonyms | Vocabulary.com

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    Definitions of permission noun approval to do something “he asked permission to leave” see more noun the act of giving a formal (usually written) authorization synonyms: licence, license, permit see more Think you’ve got a good vocabulary? Take our quiz. ASSESSMENT: 100 POINTS orientation means : vandalism preference immortality decoration

  3. Permission | LearnEnglish

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    We use can to say that someone has permission to do something: We can go out whenever we want. Students can travel for free. may is a more formal and polite way of saying that someone has permission: Students may travel for free. Refusing permission We use can't and may not to refuse permission or say that someone does not have permission:

  4. noun authorization, consent synonyms for permission Compare Synonyms acceptance acknowledgment admission agreement approval concession dispensation endorsement license permit privilege recognition warrant acquiescence allowance approbation assent avowal canonization concurrence condonation empowerment freedom imprimatur indulgence leave letting

  5. Permission - Rotten Tomatoes

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    Permission is an incredibly dull and formulaic movie that doesn't do anything new or interesting with this well wore material. Dann M Super Reviewer. See All Audience reviews

  6. User permissions and permission levels in SharePoint Server

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    Default permission levels are made up of a set of permissions that enable users to perform a collection of related tasks. SharePoint Server includes seven permission levels. You can customize the permissions contained within five of these permission levels. You cannot customize the permissions within the Limited Access and Full Control ...

  7. Permission definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

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    permission in American English (pərˈmɪʃən) noun 1. authorization granted to do something; formal consent to ask permission to leave the room 2. the act of permitting SYNONYMS 1. leave, sanction. ANTONYMS 1. restraint, refusal. Most material © 2005, 1997, 1991 by Penguin Random House LLC.

  8. Chmod Command in Linux (File Permissions) | Linuxize

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    Give read, write and execute permission to the file’s owner, read permissions to the file’s group and no permissions to all other users: chmod u=rwx,g=r,o= filename. Copy. Add the file’s owner permissions to the permissions that the members of the file’s group have: chmod g+u filename. Copy.

  9. permission | meaning of permission in Longman Dictionary of ...

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    From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English permission per‧mis‧sion / pəˈmɪʃ ə n $ pər-/ S2 W3 noun [uncountable] LET/ALLOW if you have permission to do something, you are officially allowed to do it permission from You'll have to get permission from your parents if you want to come. permission for The Council refused permission for the development.

  10. Permission (film) - Wikipedia

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    Permission is a 2017 American romantic comedy-drama film written and directed by Brian Crano. The film stars Rebecca Hall as a woman on the brink of a marriage proposal from her boyfriend ( Dan Stevens ), but is impeded by the suggestion of her brother (David Joseph Craig) and his life partner ( Morgan Spector ) to "test date" other men before ...

  11. Sample permission letters are written when seeking consent to use an owner’s creative material by copyrighting their music, artwork or text. Other instances include seeking legal custody of a child, missing work and activities that aren’t standard under normal circumstances. Someone who’s requesting the legal authorization to do something ...