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licence 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
  1. license: excessive freedom; lack of due restraint; "when liberty becomes license dictatorship is near"- Will Durant; "the intolerable license with which the newspapers break...the rules of decorum"- Edmund Burke
  2. license: authorize officially; "I am licensed to practice law in this state"
  3. license: freedom to deviate deliberately from normally applicable rules or practices (especially in behavior or speech)
  4. license: a legal document giving official permission to do something
  5. The verb license or grant licence means to give permission. The noun licence (license in American English) refers to that permission as well as to the document memorializing that permission.
  6. Standard spelling of the noun form of license; Alternative spelling of license. The verb form is normally spelt license; Alternative spelling of license
  7. (Licences) Authority from government which allows a person to do a particular thing as long as they observe the conditions of that authority eg: drive a car, carry on a type of business, sell alcohol etc
  8. (Licences) Flowers and partners have sought to achieve an innovative and informative website. However, you also need to understand that Flowers and partners must protect their intellectual property, including patents, trademarks, and copyrights. ...
  9. (“Licences”) means all licences, qualifications, registrations and other statutory requirements necessary for performance of Services and supply of Goods under this Agreement.
  10. With respect to real property, a privilege to enter onto premises for a certain purpose. However, this privilege does not confer upon the licensee any title interest or estate in such property (e.g., exclusive right to possession of the property). ...
  11. In Australia, the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989 requires, with certain exceptions, that manufacturers of therapeutic goods hold a licence. ...
  12. Permission granted by a government authority to engage in a business occupation or activity.
  13. We don't sell images to you; we licence them on behalf of the photographer or stock photo library. The licence or reproduction fee that you are charged will cover specific uses you make of the image unless it is Royalty Free, in which case the price is fixed. ...
  14. Agreement granting someone permission to use a work for certain purposes or under certain conditions. A licence does not constitute a change in ownership of the copyright.
  15. A document between the owner of a trade mark or other intellectual property rights and another party, granting that party the right to use that trade mark or intellectual property rights. Licences are normally granted in return for royalty payments and are for limited periods of time.
  16. a permission by the copyright holder to reproduce or re-use material protected by copyright.
  17. n.  official document showing that permission has been given to own, use or do sth
  18. An exploration licence permits only geological and geophysical surveying and the drilling of shallow wells; a production licence confers exclusive rights on the licensee to search and bore for and get petroleum
  19. When an offender is released from prison before the end of their sentence, the licence sets out the conditions of behaviour which they must meet.
  20. Subject to your payment of the applicable licence fees, AusSpec grants you a non-exclusive and non-transferable licence to use one or more of the following software products as selected by you:
  21. In the UK, the BBC is funded by public money rather than advertising.  This money is gathered by the payment of a licence.  Initially this was a radio licence, later came TV licences, sound only licences (for radio) and colour TV licences.
  22. A licence granted to secondhand dealers and pawnbrokers that allows them to operate under the Act.
  23. 7.1 Our website design, layout, content or text cannot be copied, edited or otherwise manipulated without our express prior written permission.
  24. permission granted by the owner of an intellectual property right to do something restricted by that right, often within a defined time, context, market line and/or territory.
  25. a subsidiary right usually granted for a fixed term or for a particular usage by the holder of the head contract in a work.