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  1. grantn. (legal transfer) cession nf. The grant of land from my father to my brother has been completed. La cession du terrain par mon père à mon frère a été signée. grantn. (act of granting) (Droit) mise en liberté nf. The judge's grant was greeted with applause by the plaintiff.

  2. to agree or admit. reconnaître. I grant (you) that it was a stupid thing to do. grant. noun. money given for a particular purpose. subvention , bourse. He was awarded a grant for studying abroad.

  3. grant (sth.)verbe ( granted, granted)— accorder v. The national authorities granted me an entry permit to visit the country.—Les autorités nationales m'ont accordé un visa d'entrée pour visiter le pays. I grant salary increments to my employees every year.—J'accorde des augmentations de salaire à mes employés chaque année. octroyer qqch.v.

  4. vt. (=give) [+visa, asylum] accorder. → He was finally granted a visa. → France has agreed to grant him political asylum. [+independence] accorder. → It was a Labour government which granted independence to India and Pakistan. [+request] accéder à. → His department has granted my request for an interview. (=accept) admettre.

  5. grant {substantif} FR. volume_up. subvention. bourse. pension. délivrance. allocation.

  6. noun. [money given] subvention f, allocation f. [to student] bourse f. [transfer - of property] cession f. [ - of land] concession f. [permission] octroi m. grant of probate validation f or homologation f d'un testament. granny_knot. - Granny_Smith. - granola.

  7. 16 juillet 2024_ 174 dirigeants français d’entreprises de taille intermédiaire (ETI) ont été interrogés entre avril et juin 2024 dans le cadre du Rapport d’activité international (IBR - International Business Report) du Groupe Grant Thornton, une étude menée auprès de 3748 dirigeants (PDG, Directeurs généraux, Top management ...

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