Search results for ‘allow to’
English to Chinese Dictionary (1-3 of 3)
Chinese to English Dictionary (1-5 of 33)
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 hold or contain something
to bear with someone
to allow someone some leeway
expression that requires the movent of your face
of or pertaining to appearance
to give praise
to indicate a rough estimate
- to receive sombody; to admit (allow sb to enter)
to not welcome
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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