Maths 發問於 社會及文化語言 · 7 年前

permit, consent, sanction分別



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  • 7 年前

    PERMIT (verb, noun) 允許, 許可證

    If something is permitted, it is allowed according to the rules - used especially on written notices and announcements

    Smoking is not permitted (verb) anywhere in the building.

    Foreigner is required to have a work permit (noun) to work in United States.

    parking permit, building permit (許可證)

    上述的不可能使用 consent 或 sanction 代替

    CONSENT (verb, noun) 同意,許可 ~ 有權說 Yes or No

    ~ to say that you will allow someone to do something that will affect you personally, or a member of your family, when you have a legal right to say ‘no’ :

    Her parents have given their consent (noun) to the marriage.

    You can’t build on someone’s land without the owner’s consent (noun).

    The director consented (verb) to change the ending of the movie.

    上述的不可能使用 permit 或 sanction 代替

    SANCTION (verb, noun) 認可,核準 ~多數官方, formal

    ~ to give official approval and support for something

    The government has sanctioned (verb) the use of military force.

    The country acted without the sanction (noun) of the other nations.

    Sanction 還有另外的解釋

    SANCTION (noun) 制裁, 處罰 ~多數官方

    ~ an action that is taken or an order that is given to force a country to obey international laws by limiting or stopping trade with that country, by not allowing economic aid for that country, etc.

    The United States imposed economic sanctions against the regime.

    2013-09-21 06:04:43 補充:

    CONSENT also means to agree to something suggested or decided by other people.

    資料來源: Longman English Dictionary
  • YIP
    Lv 7
    7 年前

    permit, consent, sanction分別?

    Permit=noun;witten authority to go somewhere,do something,etc. It is a document with written approved to do something prior to any action taken and used as a pass.

    Consent==noun;agreement, permission. It is a kind of spoken permission to let someone to do something.

    Sanction==noun;1) right or permission given by authority to do something. 2) approval, encouragement( of behaviour, etc), by general custom or tradition. 3) penalty intended to maintain or restore respect for law or authority. 4)reason for obeying a rule, etc. It is a right or permission given to or restricted someone to do something.

    資料來源: Partly according ”The Adanced Learner's Dictionary of Current English with Chinese Translation” published by Hongkong Oxford University Press in 1975