Search results for ‘allow to’
English to Chinese Dictionary (1-3 of 3)
Chinese to English Dictionary (1-5 of 30)
for the benefit of; for the sake of
used before a verb for emphasis
used after a verb indicating the handing over of something
- to receive sombody; to admit (allow sb to enter)
to not welcome
- A fishing tool made of bamboo with a big mouth and a thin neck, where tiny bamboo strips are arranged so that they allow fish to swim in but prevent them from getting out.
- [tè luò yī mù]
- Trojan horse, also known as a trojan, a form of malware that performs undisclosed malicious functions that allow unauthorized access to the host machine
Macmillan Dictionary - Simpler Definitions (1-2 of 2)
- 1. used as part of an infinitive
- 2. going somewhere
- 3. used for saying who is told, given, or shown something
- 4. used for saying in which direction someone or something is facing or pointing
- 5. used for saying where someone or something is in relation to the position of another person or thing
- 6. when someone is affected by something
- 7. in a particular relationship with someone/something
- 8. used for saying where something is fastened or where a connection is
- 9. when something changes or develops
- 10. as far as a particular point or lim...
- 1. to give someone permission to do or have something
- 2. to give someone or something the time or opportunity to do something
- 3. to make certain that you have enough of something such as time, food, or money for a particular purpose
- 4. to decide that a piece of information is acceptable in a court of law
- 5. to admit or accept that something is true
Examples (1-5 of 99)
Allow to cool before mixing in all other ingredients.
- Let's open this bottle of wine now because we have to allow it to breathe a little bit before drinking.
- Company's objective in establishing a casual dress code is to allow employees to work comfortably in the workplace.
- to allow sb to do sth
- The rope had enough slack to allow her to reach the roof.
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