leisti, sudaryti sąlygas, numatyti, skirti, duoti, sutikti, atsižvelgti, pripažinti, išmokėti, kreipti dėmesį, pareikšti, tvirtinti
Verb(1) make it possible through a specific action or lack of action for something to happen(2) consent to, give permission(3) let have(4) give or assign a resource to a particular person or cause(5) make a possibility or provide opportunity for; permit to be attainable or cause to remain(6) allow or plan for a certain possibility; concede the truth or validity of something(7) afford possibility(8) allow the other (baseball(9) grant as a discount or in exchange(10) allow the presence of or allow (an activity
(1) to allow evidence(2) Swindon Council's planning committee will decide whether to allow the project to go ahead.(3) he stopped for a moment to allow his eyes to adjust(4) The permits only allow one tip per month for anyone using a small van.(5) my household duties were too many to allow of a visit to the hospital(6) even if we allow that it's true ...(7) He argued that he should have been given a record of his speed to allow him to prepare his defence.(8) At 30 minutes, it's the right amount of time and the twists and turns of the journey allow me to prepare myself for my day.(9) The Government has decided not to allow cultural events in the evenings in Lalbagh.(10) the house was demolished to allow for road widening(11) He said it is essential that these rates are confirmed with the Commission at an early date to allow farmers to plan with certainty.(12) allow an hour or so for driving(13) Earlier this month the Federal Justice Minister decided to allow the extradition process to begin.(14) he stopped to allow his eyes to adjust(15) Member John Blackie is pushing for changes in the Local Plan to allow barn conversions for local housing.(16) The organisers of this year's Wiltshire Festival have signed on the dotted line to allow the huge event to take place.
(1) to allow :: leisti
(2) not allow :: neleisti
(3) allow for :: galima
(4) allow in :: leisti
(5) allow time :: leisti laiką
(6) allow out :: leidžia iš
(7) not to allow :: neleisti
1. permit ::
2. set aside ::
3. admit ::
4. leave ::
5. tolerate ::
6. countenance ::
7. grant ::
8. give up ::
9. take into account ::
1. ban ::
2. enjoin ::
3. forbid ::
4. prohibit ::
5. proscribe ::
6. veto ::
allow, allowable, allowed, allowing, allows
Word Example from TV Shows
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but there's something
they can't ALLOW happen.
Money Heist Season 3, Episode 5
I'm afraid I can't ALLOW that.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 9
I believe we can ALLOW a few Dothraki
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 4
Why did you ALLOW me to come?
Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 7
A state can ALLOW you to go into
the national reserve and steal the gold,
Money Heist Season 3, Episode 5
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