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accept to allow into a group. [1/4 definitions]
admit to let in; allow to enter. [1/2 definitions]
approve to accept and allow officially. [1/3 definitions]
authorize to give official permission to; allow or approve. [1/2 definitions]
conduct to carry or allow passage through or along. [1/5 definitions]
cut to allow cutting or being cut. [1/12 definitions]
deprive to take away from; not allow to have.
dismiss to send away or allow to go away. [1/3 definitions]
drawbridge a bridge built so that it can be raised to allow tall ships to pass beneath or to keep people from crossing over and gaining access, especially to a building such as fortress or castle.
enable to give means or power to; make able; allow.
exhibit to allow to be seen; show; reveal. [1/3 definitions]
expose to allow light to reach in order to make a photographic image. [1/3 definitions]
grudge to not want to give or allow. [1/2 definitions]
hatch2 an opening in the floor, roof, or side of a building or vehicle. Hatches are often found on ships and allow passengers or cargo to pass through. [1/2 definitions]
infrastructure all the basic systems that have been created in a country, especially through technology and engineering, that allow it to function well and develop. Roads are a very important part of a country's infrastructure. Without roads, it is difficult for people to travel and to work and to move products from one place to another.
judo a sport or way of fighting without weapons. Judo does not allow blows or throws that harm.
kink a small problem that does not allow something to work well. [1/4 definitions]
leak to allow something to pass through an opening or crack in a way that was not intended. [1/5 definitions]
leave alone to allow to be alone; not disturb. [1/2 definitions]
leotard a garment worn by dancers, gymnasts, and others. It is made of one piece and covers the body while it stretches to allow freedom of movement.
let to allow; permit. [2/4 definitions]