- v. 授予；同意；承认；认为
- n. 授予物；补助金；同意；给予；财产转让
- n. 格兰特(男名)
- 格兰特（1.Ulysses Simpson，1822-1885，美国将军，于1869-77任美国第十八任总统，2.Cary，1909-，英国出生的美国电影演员）
- vt. 准许; 答应给予 consent to give or allow what is asked for
- vt. 承认 agree that sth is true
- [C]补助金,助学金,津贴 money that you give for a special reason
any monetary aid
the act of providing a subsidy
(law) a transfer of property by deed of conveyance
Scottish painter; cousin of Lytton Strachey and member of the Bloomsbury Group (1885-1978)
United States actor (born in England) who was the elegant leading man in many films (1904-1986)
18th President of the United States; commander of the Union armies in the American Civil War (1822-1885)
a contract granting the right to operate a subsidiary business;
"he got the beer concession at the ball park"
a right or privilege that has been granted
"Mandela was allowed few visitors in prison"
give as judged due or on the basis of merit;
"the referee awarded a free kick to the team"
"the jury awarded a million dollars to the plaintiff"
"Funds are granted to qualified researchers"
be willing to concede;
"I grant you this much"
allow to have;
"grant a privilege"
bestow, especially officially;
"grant a degree"
"give a divorce"
"This bill grants us new rights"
give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another
transfer by deed;
- Visa exemption does not grant the right to work.
- We grant the truth of what you said.
- I grant that your explanation is reasonable.
- I take it for granted you have read this book.
- I cannot grant your request.
- I had to grant the reasonableness of his argument.
- I grant the truth of what he says.
- We grant his sincerity.
- He's a good fellow,I grant you.
- Their request was readily granted.
- Some form of State aid must be granted.
- I grant that I am wrong.
- I grant that your explanation is reasonable.
- I grant that what you say is correct.
- I grant that he wastes his money, but he always spends it on his friends.
- She granted the child his wish.
- I'm afraid the manager will not grant you the request.
- The governor granted the condemned man a week's respite.
- He refused to grant them long-term credits.
- The president granted the newly-appointed ambassador an audience before the banquet.
- He was granted a pension.
- They were granted many privileges.
- He has been granted his freedom on condition he leaves the country.
- The children were granted a holiday for the Queen's wedding.
- He was granted an audience with the President.
- The government will grant land to anyone willing to farm it.
- The King of England granted a charter to the colonists.
- May God grant success to all of you.
- Scholarships were granted to some students.
- Lands were granted to the ministers by the King.
- I granted this (to be) true.
- Granted that he is not brilliant, he is at least competent and diligent.
- Granted that he was drunk, that is no excuse for his conduct.
- Granted that he said so, he may not keep his promise.
- Granting that he is very honest, he may be mistaken.
- Granting that a lot of people were absent, we held the meeting as usual.
- Granting that he did say so, we cannot be sure what he really meant.
- You can get a grant to improve your house.
- The students lived on a grant from the government.
- The university can get a grant to build a new library.
- The farmer received a grant of land from the government.
- take for granted
认为…理所当然,想当然 accept a fact or situation without questioning its rightness
take sth for granted
Don't take his help for granted.
We shouldn't take anything for granted.
Galileo observed things carefully and never took anything for granted.
All particulars should be carefully checked and verified; nothing should be taken for granted.
所有细节都应仔细核实,任何事都不能想当然。take it for granted that-clause
I took it for granted that you would join.
I take it for granted that they have arrived there already.
I took it for granted that we should build new roads.
I take it for granted that she would be sent to study abroad.
- grant the blessings of health 赐予健康的祈祷
- grant a general pardon 实施大赦
- grant sb an interview 同意接见某人
- grant a pension 给予养老金
- grant permission 应允
- grant request 答应请求
- grant right 授予权利
- grant the rights of pasture 让出放牧的权利
- grant success 赐予成功
- grant the truth of sth 想当然认为某事是正确的
- grant sb's wish 满足某人的愿望
- grant easily 爽快地应允
- grant exclusively 不愿给予
- grant fairly 公平地给予
- grant finally 最终承认
- grant graciously 仁慈地给予
- grant grudgingly 勉强承认
- grant liberally 大量地给予
- grant originally 最早给予
- grant readily 乐意承认
- grant subsequently 之后给予
The grant or refusal of an injunction upon a matter of law is appealable.出自：Law Times
The soldiers should have toss'd me..Before I would have granted to that act.出自：3 Henry VI , Shakespeare
- grant常用于take sth for granted结构中,意为“认为…理所当然/是必然的”或“(因为视作当然而)对…不予重视”。用于此结构时,常用it作形式宾语,而真正的宾语由that引导放在句尾。
I shall grant him his request.
Granted that he said so, he may not keep his promise.
- take for granted是固定表达，为习惯用语，指“将...看作理所当然”，如to take nothing for granted(不把任何事物看作是理所应当的)。
- grant, accord, award, concede, vouchsafe
- accord指给予某人应得的或与其身份、地位相符的利益、尊重等; award指授予、判予,所给予的物品应是应得的或值得的,而给予者常被看成是公正的; concede多指因外在压力迫使而给予或授予; grant指出于同情、正义感或要求而给予,多用于上级给下级或长辈给晚辈等; vouchsafe则指地位高的人仁慈地给予地位低的人所乞求的东西,有时用作反语。
- grant, allow, concede
- 这组词都可表示“允许”“赞同”。它们之间的区别是:grant强调为了说明问题或把注意力集中在要点上而主动应允某事或承认某事属实; concede指在对方提出有力证据的前后勉强承认; allow指权威地承认某事属实、符合逻辑或有道理。
- grant, award, confer, give, present
- When Mr. Brown left the firm, the director presented a gold watch to him.布朗先生离开这家公司时,董事长送给他一只金表。
- They have been granted permission to pull down the old theatre.他们已获准拆除这座旧戏院。
- She's been awarded a scholarship to study at Oxford University.她获得了去牛津大学念书的奖学金。
- An honorary degree was conferred on him by the university.这所大学授予他荣誉学位。
- ☆ 1200年左右进入英语，直接源自盎格鲁法语的graunter；最初源自古法语的granter，意为承诺，确认，授权。