- n. 分配；施与；分配物；[宗]特许；豁免
an exemption from some rule or obligation
a share that has been dispensed or distributed
the act of dispensing (giving out in portions)
- Yet, as every outrage proves, the present dispensation is intolerable.
- The celestial dispensation continues for three days following the day of the Full Moon.
- By a special dispensation from the church,she is allowed to remarry.
- The sport's ruling body gave him dispensation to compete in national competitions.
There are some who, by a natural dispensation, acquire the 'Open Sesame!' to poetry without labour.sss sssI. D'Israeli出自： I. A. Richards
Changes in the dispensation of the Lord's Supper.出自： J. Tulloch