- vt.承认; 同意; 准许; 授予;
- n.拨款; 补助金; 授给物（如财产、授地、专有权、补助、拨款等）;
- 复数: grants;
- 第三人称单数: grants;
- 过去式: granted;
- 过去分词: granted;
- 现在分词: granting;
You may be eligible for a discretionary grant for your university course.
She won a grant to develop her own business.
The amount of grant the council received from the Government was progressively reduced.
I'd be homeward bound even before Grant arrived.
Check whether you are entitled to a discretionary grant for your course.
"And he sure didn't help us," Grant said bitterly.
I'm getting a grant for a speech therapy course. But the thing is, I don't know whether I want to do it any more.
He took a risk, I'll grant you. But when you think about it, the risk was pretty small.
The authorities wouldn't grant us permission to fly all the way down to San Francisco, so I had to kick my heels at Tunis Airport.
I grant you that there have been excesses here and there. But this happens in any popular national struggle.
The committee was not prepared to use its discretion and grant special dispensation.
Despite strenuous objections by the right wing, the grant was agreed.
In America they are touting Hugh Grant as the next Cary Grant (no relation).
The film made ＄ 320 million , making it the highest grossing British film ever, and Grant won both a BAFTA and a Golden Globe.
A lot of my grant goes on books.
The government has rescued the firm from bankruptcy by giving them a grant.
If you grant my request, you will earn my thanks.
They may grant you power, honour, and riches but afflict you with servitude, infamy, and poverty.
他们可以给你权力 、 荣誉和财富,但却用奴役 、 耻辱和贫穷来折磨你.
I grant the truth of what he says.
The cost of the project will be defrayed by a government grant.
May God grant you pardon for your sins.
He requested that the premier grant him an internview.
Stop grant depends on the length of the actual reform process of the two groups.
No. 15 years'protection is the minimum protection any other country will grant its patentees.
By Allah, if I must die, then please grant me one last wish!
阿拉! 如果我一定得死, 那麽请您答应我最后一个愿望吧!
Will he not bring to fruition my salvation and grant me my every desire?
这约凡事坚稳,关乎我的一切救恩和我一切所想望的,他岂不为我成就 吗 ?
I advise that they apply to the council for a home improvement grant.
You can grant us an eextra commission of 2 % to cover the additional risk.
Most roads, bridges, transit, water systems, the electric grid, and communications networks were installed 50 to 100 years ago, and they are largely taken for granted until they fail.
We tend to look on nature conservation as some kind of favour that human beings are granting to the natural world.
Guy Grant chose to work as a researcher at Cambridge in order to do financially more rewarding work.
What is taken for granted by most people?
If you act like someone who expects a fair request to be granted, chances are it will be granted.
Historically, scientists have objected to sharing for many reasons: it is a lot of work; until recently, good databases did not exist; grant funders were not pushing for sharing; it has been difficult to agree on standards for formatting data; and there is no agreed way to assign credit for data.
There's a lot for students to complain about: the repayment threshold for paying back loans will be frozen for five years, meaning that lower-paid graduates have to start repaying their loans; and maintenance grants have been replaced by loans, meaning that students from poorer backgrounds face higher debt than those with wealthier parents.
Like many first-generation students, he enrolled in a medium-sized state university many of his high school peers were also attending, received a Pell Grant, and took out some small federal loans to cover other costs.
At the end of his first year, Nijay lost his Pell Grant of over $5,000 after narrowly missing the 2.
The stack of congressional regulations governing federal student grants and loans now stands twice as tall as I do.
Such programs can be expensive, of course, but cheap compared with the millions already invested in scholarships and grants for kids who have little chance to graduate without special support.
Humanists are usually among the lowest-paid faculty members at most institutions and are often lightly regarded because they do not generate grant income and because they provide no obvious credentials (资质) for most nonacademic careers.
The interdependence of the forest and its constituent tree species, ground flora, and fauna is taken for granted.
Over the past decade, thousands of patents have been granted for what are called business methods Amazon.
In those far-off days, it was taken for granted that the critics of major papers would write in detail and at length about the events they covered.
In 2005, IBM noted in a court filing that it had been issued more than 300 business-method patents despite the fact that it questioned the legal basis for granting them.
The growth in public money for academic research has speeded the process: federal research grants rose fourfold between 1960 and 1990, but faculty teaching hours fell by half as research took its toll.
1. any monetary aid
2. the act of providing a subsidy
3. (law) a transfer of property by deed of conveyance
4. a contract granting the right to operate a subsidiary business;
"he got the beer concession at the ball park"
5. a right or privilege that has been granted
1. let have;
"Mandela was allowed few visitors in prison"
2. give on the basis of merit;
"Funds are granted to qualified researchers"
3. be willing to concede;
"I grant you this much"
4. allow to have;
"grant a privilege"
5. bestow, especially officially;
"grant a degree"
"give a divorce"
"This bill grants us new rights"
6. give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another
7. transfer by deed;
take too much for granted
take someone or something for granted
fail to appreciate someone or something that is very familiar or obvious
the comforts that people take for granted.
赠与 授与 出让 让步 承认 授权 给予