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Adjective: granted  grãn-tid
  1. Acknowledged as a supposition
    "granted the engine's condition, it is a wonder that it started";
    - given
Verb: grant  grãnt
  1. Let have; give the right to; give the opportunity or permission to
    "grant permission"; "grant a privilege";
    - allow, accord, allot
     
  2. Give as judged due or on the basis of merit
    "Funds are granted to qualified researchers";
    - award
     
  3. Be willing to admit or forced to agree
    "I grant you this much";
    - concede, yield
     
  4. Allow, esp. in an official capacity
    "grant a degree"; "This bill grants us new rights";
    - give
     
  5. Give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another
    - concede, yield, cede
     
  6. Transfer by deed
    "grant land";
    - deed over

See also: acknowledged

Type of: agree, concord, concur, gift, give, hold, present

Encyclopedia: Grant, Oklahoma