grant

grant
1. verb
1) (to agree to, to give: Would you grant me one favour; He granted the man permission to leave.) conceder, otorgar
2) (to agree or admit: I grant (you) that it was a stupid thing to do.) reconocer, admitir

2. noun
(money given for a particular purpose: He was awarded a grant for studying abroad.) beca, subvención
- granting
- take for granted

grant1 n subvención / beca
he got a grant to go to university obtuvo una beca para ir a la universidad
grant2 vb conceder / otorgar
the genie granted him three wishes el genio le concedió tres deseos
to take something for granted dar algo por sentado
grant
tr[grɑːnt]
noun
1 SMALLEDUCATION/SMALL beca
2 (subsidy) subvención nombre femenino
3 SMALLLAW/SMALL (rights, property) cesión nombre femenino
transitive verb
1 conceder, otorgar
they granted him the scholarship le concedieron la beca
2 SMALLLAW/SMALL ceder, transferir
they granted him the house le cedieron la casa
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
I grant you that ... reconozco que
I grant you that I didn't agree at first reconozco que al principio no estuve de acuerdo
granted de acuerdo
granted, I didn't believe you when you told me de acuerdo, no te creí cuando me lo dijiste
to take somebody for granted no apreciar a alguien como es debido
to take something for granted dar algo por sentado,-a
grant ['grænt] vt
1) allow: conceder
to grant a request: conceder una petición
2) bestow: conceder, dar, otorgar
to grant a favor: otorgar un favor
3) admit: reconocer, admitir
I'll grant that he's clever: reconozco que es listo
4)
to take for granted : dar (algo) por sentado
grant n
1) granting: concesión f, otorgamiento m
2) scholarship: beca f
3) subsidy: subvención f
grant
n.
beca s.f.
cesión s.f.
concesión s.f.
derecho s.m.
donación s.f.
otorgamiento s.m.
subvención s.f.
v.
acordar v.
conceder v.
dar v.
(§pres: doy, das...) subj: dé-
pret: di-•)
donar v.
otorgar v.

I grænt, grɑːnt
transitive verb
1)
a) \<\<desire/request\>\> conceder
b) \<\<interview/asylum\>\> conceder
c) \<\<land/pension\>\> otorgar*, conceder
2) (admit) reconocer*
3) granted past p (admittedly)

granted, it's very expensive, but ... — de acuerdo, es muy caro, pero ...

to take something for granted — dar* algo por sentado or por descontado


II
noun (subsidy - to body, individual) subvención f, subsidio m (AmL); (- to student) (esp BrE) beca f
[ɡrɑːnt]
1. N
1) (=act) otorgamiento m , concesión f ; (=thing granted) concesión f ; (Jur) cesión f ; (=gift) donación f
2) (Brit) (=scholarship) beca f ; (=subsidy) subvención f
2. VT
1) (=allow) [+ request, favour] conceder; (=provide, give) [+ prize] otorgar; (Jur) ceder
2) (=admit) reconocer

granted, he's rather old — de acuerdo, es bastante viejo

granted or granting that ... — en el supuesto de que ...

I grant him that — le concedo eso

3)

to take sth for granted — dar algo por supuesto or sentado

we may take that for granted — eso es indudable

he takes her for granted — no sabe valorarla

* * *

I [grænt, grɑːnt]
transitive verb
1)
a) \<\<desire/request\>\> conceder
b) \<\<interview/asylum\>\> conceder
c) \<\<land/pension\>\> otorgar*, conceder
2) (admit) reconocer*
3) granted past p (admittedly)

granted, it's very expensive, but ... — de acuerdo, es muy caro, pero ...

to take something for granted — dar* algo por sentado or por descontado


II
noun (subsidy - to body, individual) subvención f, subsidio m (AmL); (- to student) (esp BrE) beca f

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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