Meaning of LICENCE in English

LICENCE

( BrE ) ( AmE license ) noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ valid

▪ full

▪ special

▪ compulsory ( esp. AmE )

▪ driver's ( AmE ), driving ( BrE ), pilot ( AmE ), pilot's ( esp. BrE )

▪ car

▪ marriage

▪ business , commercial , export , import , operating , trade , trading

The government is currently granting no operating ~s to foreign companies.

▪ casino , gaming

▪ fishing , hunting

▪ television , TV ( both in the UK )

▪ gun

▪ software

▪ entertainment , music

The bar was refused a music ~.

▪ hotel , liquor ( AmE ), refreshment , restaurant

▪ medical , teaching

▪ exclusive

VERB + LICENCE/LICENSE

▪ have , hold

You have to have a ~ to sell beer.

Applicants must hold a valid driving/driver's ~.

▪ buy , gain ( formal ), get , obtain , receive , win

She gained her private pilot's ~.

I got my ~ when I was eighteen.

▪ apply for , make an application for

▪ award (sb) , grant (sb) , issue (sb)

▪ deny sb , refuse sb

▪ revoke , suspend , take away

He's had his ~ taken away.

▪ renew

▪ lose

She lost her driving ~ when she was caught over the limit.

LICENCE/LICENSE + VERB

▪ expire , run out

The ~ expires at the end of the year.

LICENCE/LICENSE + NOUN

▪ fee

▪ holder

▪ number , plate (both AmE )

▪ agreement

▪ application

PREPOSITION

▪ in a/the ~

All these details are specified in the ~.

▪ under a/the ~

The weapons were exported under a special export ~.

▪ under ~

They are Italian trains, but they will be built in Germany under ~.

▪ ~ for

a ~ for software manufacture

▪ ~ from

a ~ from the Performing Rights Society

PHRASES

▪ the holder of a ~

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