Allow

f. izin vermek, bırakmak, kabul etmek, imkân vermek; koyvermek, vermek, itiraf etmek; indirim yapmak; hesaba katmak, göz önüne almak, düşünmek, fikrinde olmak; ayırmak

Allow

İzin Ver

Allow

v. permit; enable

Allow

İngilizce Allow kelimesinin İspanyolca karşılığı.
v. permitir, autorizar, conceder permiso a, dar permiso a, licenciar; dejar, aceptar, consentir, dar cabida, dar chance a, dar ocasión, dar ocasión a, dar pasada, tolerar

Allow

İngilizce Allow kelimesinin Fransızca karşılığı.
v. autoriser, accorder; permettre

Allow

İngilizce Allow kelimesinin Almanca karşılığı.
v. erlauben, genehmigen

Allow

İngilizce Allow kelimesinin İtalyanca karşılığı.
v. permettere, consentire, ammettere; dare, assegnare, concedere, (fam) passare; accettare, accogliere; destinare, calcolare; (am; dial) dire; pensare, supporre

Allow

İngilizce Allow kelimesinin Portekizce karşılığı.
v. permitir; deixar

Allow

İngilizce Allow kelimesinin Flemenkçe karşılığı.
ww. veroorloven, toestaan; laten

Allow

Argoca Allow kelimesinin karşılığı.
al·low (-lou) v. al·lowed, al·low·ing, al·lows v.tr. 1. To let do or happen; permit: We allow smoking only in restricted areas. 2. To permit the presence of: No pets are allowed inside. 3. To permit to have: allow oneself a little treat. 4. To make provision for; assign: The schedule allows time for a coffee break. 5. To plan for in case of need: allow two inches in the fabric for shrinkage. 6. To grant as a discount or in exchange: allowed me 20 dollars on my old typewriter. 7. Chiefly Southern & Midland U.S. a. To admit; concede: I allowed he was right. b. To think; suppose: "We allow he's straight" American Speech. c. To assert; declare: Mother allowed that we'd better come in for dinner. v.intr. 1. To offer a possibility; admit: The poem allows of several interpretations. 2. To take a possibility into account; make allowance: In calculating profit, retailers must allow for breakage and spoilage. [Middle English allouen, to approve, permit, from Old French alouer, from Latin allaudre, to praise (ad-, intensive pref.; see ad- + laudre, to praise; see laud) and from Medieval Latin allocre, to assign; see allocate.] al·lowa·ble adj. al·lowa·bly adv.

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