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1grant/ˈgrænt/
British/ˈgrɑːnt/verb
grantsgrantedgranting
1grant
/ˈgrænt/British/ˈgrɑːnt/
verb
grantsgrantedgranting
Learner's definition of GRANT  
[+ object]
: to agree to do, give, or allow (something asked for or hoped for)
   b  : to give (something) legally or formally
— see also grant bail at 1bail
: to admit (something) although it does not agree with or support your opinion — often used in the form granted or granting to introduce a clause — often used in the form granted as an adverb

take for granted

take (something) for granted  : to believe or assume that (something) is true or probably true without knowing that it is true
take (someone or something) for granted  : to fail to properly notice or appreciate (someone or something that is helpful or important to you)
2grant/ˈgrænt/
British/ˈgrɑːnt/noun
pluralgrants
2grant
/ˈgrænt/British/ˈgrɑːnt/
noun
pluralgrants
Learner's definition of GRANT  
[count]
: an amount of money that is given to someone by a government, a company, etc., to be used for a particular purpose (such as scientific research)
: an area of land that is given to someone by a government
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