written order granting permission to conduct a specified task or action.
Merriam-Webster Online Dictionarypermit (verb)
to consent to expressly or formally - permit access to records
to give leave - authorize
to make possible - the design permits easy access to give an opportunity - allow if time permits
a written warrant or license granted by one having authority - a gun permit
either of two pompanos ( and ) that are important game fishes of temperate to tropical waters of the western Atlantic - Trachinotus falcatus T. goodei
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Permit may refer to:
- Permit (fish), a game fish of the western Atlantic Ocean belonging to the family Carangidae, Trachinotus falcatus
- Various legal licenses:
- Work permit, legal authorization which allows a person to take employment
- Learner's permit, restricted license that is given to a person who is learning to drive
- International Driving Permit, allows an individual to drive a private motor vehicle in another nation
- Disabled parking permit, displayed upon a vehicle carrying a person whose mobility is significantly impaired
- Protest permit, permission granted by a governmental agency for a demonstration
- Construction permit, required in most jurisdictions for new construction, or adding onto pre-existing structures
- Filming permit, required in most jurisdictions for filming motion pictures and television
- Home Return Permit, Mainland (China) Travel Permit for Hong Kong and Macao Residents
- One-way Permit, document issued by the PRC allowing residents of mainland China to leave the mainland for Hong Kong
- Thresher/Permit class submarine, a class of nuclear-powered fast attack submarines in service with the United States Navy
- USS Permit (SS-178), a Porpoise-class submarine of the United States Navy
- USS Permit (SSN-594), the lead ship of her class of submarine of the United States Navy
- Permit (film), a 1979 Pakistani Punjabi film
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