1 approval to do something; "he asked permission to leave"
EtymologyFrom Middle English permitten, from Middle French permettre, from Latin permittere, to give up or allow Hence permit
- Rhymes: -ɪʃən
consent (especially formal consent from someone in authority)
- Sire, do I have your permission to execute this traitor?
- The act of permitting
- Do I have your permission to throw this away?
flags or ACLs
pertaining to a file that dictate who can access it, and how.
- I used the command "chmod 644 /var/www/html/index.htm" to change the file's permission.
- Chinese: 许可 (xǔkě)
- Czech: povolení
- Dutch: toestemming , toelating
- Finnish: oikeus, lupa
- French: permission
- German: Erlaubnis
- Greek: άδεια
- Hungarian: engedély
- Italian: permesso
- Japanese: 許可 (kyoka)
- Korean: 허가 (heoga)
- Portuguese: permissão
- Russian: разрешение
- Spanish: permiso
- Swedish: tillåtelse , tillstånd , medgivande
- Telugu: అనుమతి
act of permitting
Permission may be:
- Permission (philosophy), ethical concept
permission in French: Permission
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