- v let have
- v give as judged due or on the basis of merit
Funds are granted to qualified researchers
- v be willing to concede
- v allow to have
- v bestow, especially officially
- v give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another
- v transfer by deed
- s acknowledged as a supposition
- He granted a steady string of energy-tax exemptions to key lawmakers, special pleaders and important industries.
- Philip David Young reportedly turned down Roger's offer, but was granted a pardon anyway.
- Most bank customers today take for granted the things Giannini pioneered, including home mortgages, auto loans and other installment credit.
- Prince Harry in FOXNews
When she was alive, we completely took for granted her unrivaled love of life, laughter, fun and folly. She was our guardian, friend and protector,Harry said. "She never once allowed her unfaltering love us to go unspoken or...
- Robert Menendez in USA Today
I have no interest in sugar-coating what happened,Sen. Robert Menendez, a New Jersey Democrat who heads the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, said in a letter to supporters. "We cannot take a single thing for granted and cannot...
- Jacqui Smith in AFP
I am extremely disappointed that the courts have granted Abu Qatada bail, albeit with very strict conditions. Public safety is our main priority and we will take all steps necessary to protect the public,said Smith.