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Definition of the verb allow in
What does allow in mean as a doing phrase?
- allow to enter; grant entry to
Syntactic formula Example for the syntactic formula [Agent - being or organization] [Verb] [Theme] to be [Predicate] He felt the choice to be a bad one [Agent - being or organization] [Verb] [Theme, that-complement clause] The populace feel that the RIAA has too much power [Agent - being or organization] [Verb] [Theme, not sentential clause] He denied the horrid woman's statement
Verbs with Predicative Complements (with the same syntax): allow, believe, conjecture, deny, doubt, expect, feel, foreknow, foresee, foretell, guess, hold, infer, know, mean, presume, prophesy, realize, recognize, repute, speculate, surmise, suspect, swear, trust, vaticinate.
- lexical domain: Activities - verbs of political and social activities and events
- synonyms of allow in: admit / intromit / let in
- more generic words: allow / countenance / let / permit = consent to, give permission
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by Louisa Pansegrouw
bonus allowance for weight scalage, tare, tret allowance of fodder feed allowed deduction rebate allow for consider, foresee, include allow free use of lease, lend allow in admit allowing entry open allowing that although, if allow no choice of ...
by Hensleigh Wedgwood
To allow in rekeninge — alloco. Allowance — allocacio.— Pr. Pm. Wallon. alouwer, depenser. — Grandg. Again, as the senses of Lat. laudare and allocare coalesced in Fr. allouer and E. allow, the confusion seems to have been carried back ...
by Carol Turkington, Deborah R. Mitchell
Normally, the amount of calcium in a cell at any one time is carefully regulated; calcium channels allow in certain amounts of calcium at certain times, other proteins store the calcium within the cell or remove it. Too much calcium can kill a cell, ...
by Ari Ben-Menahem
allow in principle the existence of prepared initial states which, when left alone, would evolve into states of lesser entropy. In some authors' opinion the arrow of time ...
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