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1 Translation result for to grant in Spanish


grant verb

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granted, has granted, is granting, grants
conceder; dar, otorgar; reconocer, admitir

Example sentences of
grant 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.

Synonyms of
grant verb

Detailed synonyms for grant verb

Grant, award, bestow significan dar como favor o derecho.
  • Grant indica el dar a un demandante, un peticionario o a menudo a un subordinado, una cosa que podría retenerse <granted her student another week to finish the paper>.
  • Award indica el dar lo merecido, después de una consideración minuciosa de varios factores pertinentes <awarded the company a contract for a huge construction project>.
  • Bestow sugiere la entrega formal de un regalo <the university bestowed on her an honorary degree>.

Reverse translation for to grant

conceder  - to grant, to bestow, to concede, to admit 
dar  - to give, to suffice, to be enough, to deliver, to hand over, to hit, to strike, to yield, to produce, to perform, to give off, to emit 
otorgar  - to grant, to award, to draw up, to frame (a legal document) 
reconocer  - to recognize, to admit, to examine 
admitir  - to admit, to let in, to acknowledge, to concede, to allow, to make room for 
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