Dozvola, saglasnost, dopuštenje.
ETYM Late Lat. allocatio: cf. French allocation.
(Computer science) The assignment of particular areas of a magnetic disk to particular data or instructions.
ETYM Old Fren. alouance.
1. An amount allowed or granted (as during a given period):.
2. A sum granted as reimbursement for expenses.
3. An amount added or deducted on the basis of qualifying circumstances; SYN. adjustment.
4. A permissible difference; SYN. leeway, margin, tolerance.
5. The act of allowing.
(British abbreviation) Approval.
ETYM Latin approbatio: cf. French approbation. Related to Approve to prove.
1. Official approval.
2. Official recognition or approval.
3. Approval; consent; formal approval.
Sinonimi: commendation | favorable reception
1. A feeling of liking something or someone good.
2. A message expressing a favorable opinion; SYN. commendation.
3. Acceptance as satisfactory; SYN. favorable reception.
ETYM Cf. French autorisation.
(Alternate spelling: authorisation).
1. A power delegated from one person to another; SYN. authority.
2. The act of authorizing; SYN. authorisation, empowerment.
Commerce, official statement that dues have been paid, and permit to sail or move goods. clearance inward, clearance to vessel in port having discharged cargo. clearance outward, clearance to vessel about to sail.
1. Permission to proceed
2. The distance by which one thing clears another; the space between them.
ETYM Cf. French endossement.
1. A promotional statement (as found on the dust jackets of books); SYN. blurb.
2. A signature that endorses something.
3. The act of endorsing.
Act of indorsing; signature on a document (as in a check or bill); approval, sanction, confirmation (also endorsement)
Sinonimi: leave of absence
ETYM Old Eng. leve, leave, as. leáf; akin to leóf pleasing, dear, Eng. lief, Dutch oorlof leave, German arlaub, and erlauben to permit, Icel. leyfi. Related to Lief.
1. Permission to do something.
2. The period of time during which one is absent from work or duty; SYN. leave of absence.
ETYM Latin sanctio, from sancire, sanctum to render sacred or inviolable, to fix unalterably: cf. French sanction. Related to Saint.
1. A mechanism of social control for enforcing a society's standards.
2. Formal and explicit approval; SYN. countenance, endorsement, warrant, imprimatur.
3. The act of final authorization; SYN. authority.
Ratification; permission; penalty incurred or reward lost by breaking law.
Economic or military measure taken by a state or number of states to enforce international law. The first use of sanctions was the attempted economic boycott of Italy 1935–36 during the Abyssinian War by the League of Nations.
Other examples of sanctions are the economic boycott of Rhodesia, after its unilateral declaration of independence 1965, by the United Nations (un); measures taken against South Africa on human-rights grounds by the un and other organizations from 1986 (the majority of these were repealed 1993); and the economic boycott of Iraq 1990 in protest over its invasion of Kuwait, following resolutions passed by the un.