n.许可(证),执照 vt.许可,特许 v.许可
名词:licenser 动词过去式:licensed 过去分词:licensed 现在分词:licensing 第三人称单数:licenses 形容词:licensable
lic＝to be permitted（被允许;被批准）
v [T usually passive]
to give official permission for someone to do or produce something, or for an activity to take place
be licensed to do sth
a restaurant which is licensed to sell alcohol
The vaccine has been licensed by the US Food and Drug Administration.
1. "The state of Oregon (俄勒冈州) has 109 different offenses that can result in the temporary loss of a driver's license; 50 of them have nothing at all to do with driving," writes Garfinkel. 加芬克尔写道："俄勒冈州有109种不同的违规行为可导致暂时吊销驾驶执照，而其中50种与开车毫无关系。"
2. Suppose that during a negotiation with some government officials, the Minister of Trade makes it clear to you that if you offer him a substantial bribe, you will find it much easier to get an import license for your goods, and you are also likely to 假定在一场与政府官员的谈判中，贸易部长向你明确表示如能给他一大笔贿赂，拿到进口许可证就会容易得多，还可能避免他所说的"程序上的延误" 。
3. Residents of the state of Wisconsin (威斯康星州), he notes, can lose their license for not paying library fines, neglecting to shovel snow away from the walk in front of their house, or failing to trim a tree whose branches hang over a neighbor's property 他提到，威斯康星州的居民可能会因未付图书馆罚款，未将门前步道上的积雪清除，未将伸到邻家宅院上的树枝修剪掉而失去驾驶执照。
4. One way to avoid illegal taxis is to know the marks that indicate licensed taxis in the area you are visiting, as well as to understand what different car and/or license plate colors may mean. 避免碰上非法出租车的一个办法，就是熟悉观光地表示有照出租车的标志，并了解不同的车子以及/或者不同的牌照颜色所代表的含义。