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IELTS BNC: 1395 COCA: 1907


1 grant /ˈgrænt/ Brit /ˈgrɑːnt/ verb
grants; granted; granting
1 grant
/ˈgrænt/ Brit /ˈgrɑːnt/
grants; granted; granting
Learner's definition of GRANT
[+ object]
: to agree to do, give, or allow (something asked for or hoped for)同意;批准;准予
: to give (something) legally or formally(合法地或正式地)提供,准予
see also grant bail at 1bail
: to admit (something) although it does not agree with or support your opinion(勉强)承认
often used in the form granted or granting to introduce a clause常以granted或granting形式引出从句
often used in the form granted as an adverb常以granted形式用作副词

take for granted

take (something) for granted : to believe or assume that (something) is true or probably true without knowing that it is true认为…是理所当然的;对…想当然
take (someone or something) for granted : to fail to properly notice or appreciate (someone or something that is helpful or important to you)(因视为当然而)不把…当回事,对…不予重视
2 grant /ˈgrænt/ Brit /ˈgrɑːnt/ noun
plural grants
2 grant
/ˈgrænt/ Brit /ˈgrɑːnt/
plural grants
Learner's definition of GRANT
: an amount of money that is given to someone by a government, a company, etc., to be used for a particular purpose (such as scientific research)(政府、公司等的)拨款
: an area of land that is given to someone by a government(政府给予的)土地
IELTS BNC: 1395 COCA: 1907


1 of 2


granted; granting; grants

transitive verb

: to consent to carry out for a person : allow fulfillment of
grant a request
: to permit as a right, privilege, or favor
luggage allowances granted to passengers
: to bestow or transfer formally
grant a scholarship to a student
specifically : to give the possession or title of by a deed
: to be willing to concede
I grant you that the house is not in perfect condition.
: to assume to be true
granting that you are correct
grantable adjective
granter noun
grantor noun

see also take for granted


2 of 2


: the act of granting
: something granted
especially : a gift (as of land or money) for a particular purpose
: a transfer of property by deed or writing
: the instrument (see instrument entry 1 sense 5) by which such a transfer is made
also : the property so transferred
: a minor territorial division of Maine, New Hampshire, or Vermont originally granted by the state to an individual or institution
Choose the Right Synonym for grant

grant, concede, vouchsafe, accord, award mean to give as a favor or a right.

grant implies giving to a claimant or petitioner something that could be withheld.

granted them a new hearing

concede implies yielding something reluctantly in response to a rightful or compelling claim.

even her critics concede she can be charming

vouchsafe implies granting something as a courtesy or an act of gracious condescension.

vouchsafed the secret to only a few chosen disciples

accord implies giving to another what is due or proper.

accorded all the honors befitting a head of state

award implies giving what is deserved or merited usually after a careful weighing of pertinent factors.

awarded the company a huge defense contract

Example Sentences

Verb The mayor refused to grant my request for an interview. The court granted the motion for a new trial. I cannot grant you that wish. We haven't yet been granted access to the archive. The country was granted independence in 1950. The judge granted custody of the children to their mother. I grant that he's a talented writer, but I just don't find his books very interesting. The house is not perfect, I grant you that. Noun Her study is being funded by a federal grant. They wrote a grant proposal to get funding for the project. See More
Recent Examples on the Web
During a press conference Friday that announced several rules changes for the 2023 season, Manfred revealed that the league would grant recognition of the new union, pending the arbitrator’s approval. Tim Brown, WSJ, 9 Sep. 2022 Digital World has said those probes have blocked the ability to get the deal consummated, and Patrick Orlando, the CEO of Digital World, had been pleading with shareholders to grant the merger extension. Matt Egan, CNN, 9 Sep. 2022 The mayor complimented Seven Hills Recreation Director Jen Burger’s efforts regarding the award of a $25,000 University Hospitals grant to help cover the Cricket Park cost. John Benson, cleveland, 8 Sep. 2022 That’s evident enough from their reception by Queen Regent Míriel (Cynthia Addai-Robinson), who’s none too pleased by Galadriel’s arrival — and disinclined to grant her request of a ship to sail herself back to Middle-earth. Ethan Shanfeld, Variety, 8 Sep. 2022 Abbott has said that the move is designed to grant relief from overwhelmed border communities, which have seen more than 200,000 encounters in recent months, and more than two million encounters this fiscal year. Adam Shaw, Fox News, 6 Sep. 2022 And, the Biden administration has added long COVID as a condition that qualifies as a disability under the American Disability Act -- a move that requires employers to grant work accommodations. Anne Flaherty, ABC News, 5 Sep. 2022 In an eight-page ruling, U.S. District Judge Fernando Olguin wrote that the lawsuit would grant the defendants’ motion for dismissal again on the grounds that Elden waited too long to file the lawsuit, based on a 10-year statute of limitations. Daniel Kreps, Rolling Stone, 3 Sep. 2022 Since it’s the most readily available form of data about an academic’s body of work, information presented there may influence whether a person gets a job, promotion, tenure, or grant funding. WIRED, 3 Sep. 2022
Arkansas, which has 227 wells on its priority list, and Mississippi, which plans to use part of its grant to inventory orphaned wells, are getting $5 million each. Janet Mcconnaughey, Anchorage Daily News, 25 Aug. 2022 Its current grant of rights expires on Aug. 1, 2024. James Crepea | The Oregonian/oregonlive, oregonlive, 22 Aug. 2022 Mackowiak is an art teacher at Edgewood Middle School and plans to use her $2,000 grant to create a fine arts gallery in the school lobby. Baltimore Sun, 11 Aug. 2022 The Siona filed a formal complaint with the agency, returned their earlier grant, and swore off ever again accepting help from the development program. Sarah Hurtes, BostonGlobe.com, 10 Aug. 2022 But the stealth killer was its grant of authority that would have unleashed regulators on the fossil-fuel industry, especially coal. The Editorial Board, WSJ, 10 Aug. 2022 Bain said the city has been sitting for two years on its NEORSD grant and must use it soon or lose it. cleveland, 10 Aug. 2022 If Endeavor’s stock, which has recently plunged, does not recover, Mr. Emanuel won’t collect much of his performance stock grant. New York Times, 25 June 2022 After meeting with the family last month, Evers asked Tate to reconsider his grant of parole for Balsewicz, and Tate rescinded the parole. Bruce Vielmetti, Journal Sentinel, 10 June 2022 See More

Word History


Verb and Noun

Middle English, from Anglo-French granter, graanter, from Vulgar Latin *credentare, from Latin credent-, credens, present participle of credere to believe — more at creed

First Known Use


13th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1a


13th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

Time Traveler
The first known use of grant was in the 13th century
IELTS BNC: 1395 COCA: 1907


ADJECTIVE | VERB + GRANT | PREPOSITION ADJECTIVElarge, substantial大筆撥款;豐厚的補助small小額撥款full (especially BrE) 全額補助Full student maintenance grants are a thing of the past. (BrE) 全額的學生助學金資助已成為過去。annual年補助金block, capital (especially BrE) 綜合補助款;資金補貼The school has received a large capital grant to improve its buildings.學校收到一大筆撥款用以改造校舍。maintenance (BrE) 生活補助金Poorer students would get maintenance grants of up to £1 500 a year.比較困難的學生每年可獲得最高達 1,500 英鎊的生活補助金。emergency (especially BrE) 緊急撥款emergency grants for special needs for items such as clothing為衣物之類物品的特別需求而緊急調撥的款項discretionary可自由支配的補助mandatory (BrE) 法定補助educational, student教育補助;學生助學金project, research項目/科研經費There is a lot of competition for research grants.申請研究經費的競爭很激烈。improvement, land, renovation, training, etc.改建撥款、土地授予、整修撥款、培訓基金等home improvement grants for householders (BrE) 撥給房主的住房裝修款federal, government, local-authority, state, etc.聯邦政府、政府、地方當局、州政府等的資助VERB + GRANTapply for申請補助金be eligible for, qualify for有權享有補助;符合申請經費資格You may be eligible for a student grant.你可能有資格申請助學金。get, obtain, receive獲得補助;得到津貼You can get a grant if you've lived in the area for three years.在這一地區居住滿 3 年,就可以得到一筆補助金。award (sb), give sb, make (sb), offer (sb), provide (sb with)(給某人)撥款;給予(某人)補助;(向某人)提供經費The government has awarded a grant for the restoration of the building.政府已撥款修繕該樓。be funded by, be funded with由⋯撥款資助The report was funded by a grant from the Department.這一報告由系裏撥款資助。cut削減撥款The group's annual grant from the Arts Council has been cut.該團體從藝術委員會得到的年度補助被削減了。PREPOSITIONgrant for給⋯的補助a grant for a youth project一個青少年活動項目的撥款grant from來自⋯的補助a grant from the funding authority基金會的補助grant to給⋯的資助The program offers grants to small businesses.該計劃為小企業提供資助。


ADVERB | VERB + GRANT ADVERBexpressly, specifically明確賦予;特別准許the rights expressly granted by the terms of the lease租賃條款明確賦予的權利automatically自動賦予finally最終給予Planning permission was finally granted in October.規劃終於在 10 月得到了批准。rarely很少給予hereby (law法律) 特此給予Permission is hereby granted to reproduce this material.特此准許複製該材料。VERB + GRANTagree to, decide to同意/決定給予refuse to拒絕給予The judge refused to grant him bail.法官拒絕他保釋。be willing to願意給予
IELTS BNC: 1395 COCA: 1907
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0_0: Translations of grant
  • # v.
    承認: accept, acknowledge, admit, agree, allow, grant
    賜: bestow, confer, favor, favour, gift, grant
    賜予: bestow, grant, octroy
    發放: allot, apportion, assign, bestow, cede, grant
    發給: allot, apportion, assign, bestow, cede, grant
    封: confer, grant, seal, stopper
    給: admit, allow, give, grant, leave, let
    給以: give, grant, render, supply
    齎: give, grant, mature, nurture, pass, present
    假定: assume, grant, presume, suppose, postulate
    假設: assume, grant, presume, suppose
    賚: bestow, confer, grant, octroy
    施: apply, bestow, carry out, execute, exert, grant
    授與: confer, grant
    應: accept, promise, comply with, cope, deal with, grant
    予: bestow, give, grant
    准: allow, follow, grant, permit
    准許: allow, authorize, grant, permit
    准予: approve, grant, permit
  • # n.
    誥: grant, zirconium
    授與: grant

0_0: Definitions of grant
  • # verb.
    - agree to give or allow (something requested) to.
    * a letter granting them permission to smoke
    - agree or admit to (someone) that (something) is true.
    * he hasn't made much progress, I'll grant you that
  • # noun.
    - a sum of money given by a government or other organization for a particular purpose.
    * a research grant

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