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An expression of warm approval; praise.
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  1. An expression of warm approval; praise.
  2. (Obs.) Proof
  3. Approval, sanction, or commendation
A reduction in the price of something in consideration of a large order or of turning in a used article, etc.
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  1. A reduction in the price of something in consideration of a large order or of turning in a used article, etc.
  2. The act of allowing, permitting, admitting, etc.
  3. Something allowed as a share; specif., an amount of money, food, etc. given regularly to a child, dependent, etc. or to military personnel for a specific purpose
An expression granting permission; an indication of agreement with a proposal; an acknowledgement that a person, thing, or event meets requirements.
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  1. An expression granting permission; an indication of agreement with a proposal; an acknowledgement that a person, thing, or event meets requirements.
  2. Favorable regard; commendation.
  3. Formal consent or sanction
Legal power or right; sanction
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  1. Legal power or right; sanction
  2. (Uncountable) Permission.
  3. (Countable) (A document giving) formal sanction, permission or warrant.
Acceptance or approval of what is planned or done by another; acquiescence.
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  1. Acceptance or approval of what is planned or done by another; acquiescence.
  2. Agreement as to opinion or a course of action:
  3. Permission, approval, or assent; specif., informed consent
(Aviation) An instructor's signed acknowledgement of time practising specific flying skills.
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  1. (Aviation) An instructor's signed acknowledgement of time practising specific flying skills.
  2. (Education, certification) Permission to carry out a specific skill or application in a field in which the practitioner already has a general licence.
  3. Sponsorship, in means of money, by a company, business or enterprise.
Permission to do something.
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  1. Permission to do something.
  2. Permission to be absent from duty or work, esp. such permission given to personnel in the armed services
  3. Permission
A document, printed tag, permit, etc. indicating that such permission has been granted
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  1. A document, printed tag, permit, etc. indicating that such permission has been granted
  2. Formal permission to do something; esp., authorization by law to do some specified thing
  3. A right to enter onto land or property and use it, without any ownership rights being conferred.
An authorization or license to do something; being allowed. An authorization or license to do something; being allowed.
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  1. An authorization or license to do something; being allowed. An authorization or license to do something; being allowed.
  2. The act of permitting; esp., formal consent; leave; license
  3. The act of permitting, especially in giving formal consent; authorization:
A document or certificate giving permission to do something:
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  1. A document or certificate giving permission to do something:
  2. (Now Rare) Permission, esp. in writing
  3. A document granting permission; license; warrant
Authoritative permission or approval that makes a course of action valid.
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  1. Authoritative permission or approval that makes a course of action valid.
  2. Something that gives binding force to a law, or secures obedience to it, as the penalty for breaking it, or a reward for carrying it out
  3. The act of a recognized authority confirming or ratifying an action; authorized approval or permission
The act of accepting; a receiving of something offered, with approbation, satisfaction, or acquiescence; especially, favorable reception; approval
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  1. The act of accepting; a receiving of something offered, with approbation, satisfaction, or acquiescence; especially, favorable reception; approval
  2. Belief in something; agreement; assent.
  3. An agreeing to terms or proposals by which a bargain is concluded and the parties are bound; the reception or taking of a thing bought as that for which it was bought, or as that agreed to be delivered, or the taking possession as owner.
A silent or passive assent or submission, or a submission with apparent content; - distinguished from avowed consent on the one hand, and on the other, from opposition or open discontent; quiet satisfaction.
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  1. A silent or passive assent or submission, or a submission with apparent content; - distinguished from avowed consent on the one hand, and on the other, from opposition or open discontent; quiet satisfaction.
  2. Tacit or passive conduct that implies agreement or consent. For example, if one makes a statement and another is silent when an objection should be forthcoming, the second person’s acquiescence to the statement may be inferred. Tacit or passive conduct that implies agreement or consent. For example, if one makes a statement and another is silent when an objection should be forthcoming, the second person’s acquiescence to the statement may be inferred.
  3. The act of acquiescing; agreement or consent without protest
Harmony of opinion; accord:
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  1. Harmony of opinion; accord:
  2. An arrangement between parties, usually resulting from a discussion, regarding a course of action.
  3. A mutual understanding between two or more legally competent individuals or entities about their rights and duties regarding their past or future performances and consideration. While an agreement usually leads to a contract, it could also be an executed sale, a gift or other transfer of property, or a promise without a legal obligation.
Agreement, act of agreeing
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  1. Agreement, act of agreeing
  2. Agreement; concurrence:
  3. Consent or agreement; concurrence
Acceptance or approval of what is planned or done by another; acquiescence.
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  1. Acceptance or approval of what is planned or done by another; acquiescence.
  2. Agreement as to opinion or a course of action:
  3. Permission, approval, or assent; specif., informed consent
An indication of approval or assent:
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  1. An indication of approval or assent:
  2. A sign of affirmation, assent, favorable decision, etc.
  3. A forward or up-and-down movement of the head, usually expressive of drowsiness or agreement:
An affirmative vote or a person voting this way
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  1. An affirmative vote or a person voting this way
  2. An affirmative or consenting reply.
  3. The act of saying yes; affirmative reply; agreement
To let do, happen, etc.; permit; let
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  1. To let do, happen, etc.; permit; let
  2. To let do or happen; permit:
  3. To let have
To sanction officially; authorize.
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  1. To sanction officially; authorize.
  2. (Now Rare) To approve or sanction
To be favorable toward; think or declare to be good, satisfactory, etc.
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  1. To be favorable toward; think or declare to be good, satisfactory, etc.
  2. To give one's consent to; sanction; confirm
  3. To show, feel, or express approval:
To permit (something), to sanction or consent to (something).
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  1. To permit (something), to sanction or consent to (something).
  2. To grant (someone) power or authority (to do something specific).
  3. To give (someone) permission; to sanction or consent.
(Obs.) To agree
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  1. (Obs.) To agree
  2. To give permission, approval, or assent (to something proposed or requested) in opinion
  3. To give assent, as to the proposal of another; agree:
To write on the back of (a document)
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  1. To write on the back of (a document)
  2. To give approval to; support; sanction
  3. To sign (one's name) as payee on the back of (a check, money order, etc.)
Used as an auxiliary in the imperative to express a command, request, or proposal:
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  1. Used as an auxiliary in the imperative to express a command, request, or proposal:
  2. To give permission or opportunity to; allow:
  3. To release from or as if from confinement:
To allow the doing of (something); consent to:
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  1. To allow the doing of (something); consent to:
  2. To grant consent or leave to (someone); authorize:
  3. To allow; consent to; tolerate
A penalty imposed for violating accepted social norms. A sanction may be civil or criminal in nature. Criminal sanctions are either fine, imprisonment, or both. A penalty imposed for violating accepted social norms. A sanction may be civil or criminal in nature. Criminal sanctions are either fine, imprisonment, or both. Authorization and/or approval by someone in a position of authority; for example, the act of imposing a penalty.
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  1. A penalty imposed for violating accepted social norms. A sanction may be civil or criminal in nature. Criminal sanctions are either fine, imprisonment, or both. A penalty imposed for violating accepted social norms. A sanction may be civil or criminal in nature. Criminal sanctions are either fine, imprisonment, or both. Authorization and/or approval by someone in a position of authority; for example, the act of imposing a penalty.
  2. To authorize or permit; countenance
  3. To give sanction to
Adequate to satisfy a need, requirement, or standard; satisfactory:
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  1. Adequate to satisfy a need, requirement, or standard; satisfactory:
  2. Satisfactory but not superior; passable:
  3. Worth accepting; satisfactory or, sometimes, merely adequate
Sufficient to satisfy a requirement or meet a need.
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  1. Sufficient to satisfy a requirement or meet a need.
  2. Enough or good enough for what is required or needed; sufficient; suitable
  3. Barely satisfactory; acceptable but not remarkable
In good physical or mental condition; healthy or untroubled:
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  1. In good physical or mental condition; healthy or untroubled:
  2. (Informal) Certainly
  3. In satisfactory or acceptable condition
Usual or ordinary in kind or character:
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  1. Usual or ordinary in kind or character:
  2. A number, especially the arithmetic mean, that is derived from and considered typical or representative of a set of numbers.
  3. Being intermediate between extremes, as on a scale:
Belonging equally to or shared equally by two or more; joint:
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  1. Belonging equally to or shared equally by two or more; joint:
  2. Widespread; prevalent:
  3. Not distinguished by superior or noteworthy characteristics; average:
Free from indelicacy or obscenity; clean:
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  1. Free from indelicacy or obscenity; clean:
  2. Fair and kind
  3. Characterized by conformity to recognized standards of propriety or morality:
Neither very bad nor very good; average
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  1. Neither very bad nor very good; average
  2. Consistent with rules, logic, or ethics:
  3. Being in accordance with relative merit or significance:
(Of hair) Somewhat fair
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  1. (Of hair) Somewhat fair
  2. Of moderate size, quality etc
  3. Moderately good, well, large, etc.
Considerable; goodly.
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  1. Considerable; goodly.
  2. Somewhat large or big; goodly.
  3. Rather good than the contrary; not actually bad; tolerable.
Being within reasonable limits; not excessive or extreme:
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  1. Being within reasonable limits; not excessive or extreme:
  2. Of limited or average quality; mediocre.
  3. Opposed to radical or extreme views or measures, especially in politics or religion.
Acceptable for general circulation:
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  1. Acceptable for general circulation:
  2. That may be passed or traversed.
  3. Satisfactory or barely satisfactory for the purpose; adequate
Fairly large in size, number, or amount
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  1. Fairly large in size, number, or amount
  2. Good enough to be seen, used, etc.; presentable
  3. Conforming to socially acceptable behavior, attitudes, taste, etc.; proper; correct
Good enough to fulfill a need, wish, requirement, etc.; satisfying or adequate
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  1. Good enough to fulfill a need, wish, requirement, etc.; satisfying or adequate
  2. Done to satisfaction; adequate or sufficient
  3. Giving satisfaction sufficient to meet a demand or requirement; adequate.
(Archaic) Competent; qualified.
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  1. (Archaic) Competent; qualified.
  2. Competent; well-qualified; able
  3. As much as is needed; equal to what is specified or required; enough
Fairly good; passable
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  1. Fairly good; passable
  2. In fair health; passably well.
  3. Capable of being tolerated; endurable:
Neat in personal appearance, ways, etc.; orderly
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  1. Neat in personal appearance, ways, etc.; orderly
  2. (Informal) Adequate; satisfactory:
  3. Given to keeping things clean and in order:
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