słownik francusko - angielski

Français - English

permis po angielsku:

1. allowed allowed

No drinkers allowed.
The reason the Northern and Southern Dynasties had failed in their rule was that they allowed literary splendor to surpass real substance.
At the same time, they allowed themselves to be duped and led in circles by a structure of politicians and bureaucrats.
The presidential campaign starts getting speed. All moves will be allowed. There will be blood!
Brilliant papers by Comrade Stalin allowed Soviet linguistics to take the leading position in the world.
He was allowed to participate in the competition. (On był dopuszczony do wzięcia udziału w zawodach.) It's not allowed! My cat won't be allowed in the kitchen. (Mój kot nie będzie dopuszczony do kuchni.)
1. Are you allowed...? / 2. Allowed to do... / 3. Allowed to join...
Russell's books should be bound in two colours, those dealing with mathematical logic in red — and all students of philosophy should read them; those dealing with ethics and politics in blue — and no one should be allowed to read them.
Fresh-water fish include some designated as protected species. You're not allowed to catch or buy them.
The judge, though a stickler for the dignity of the bench, was a great pipe smoker and allowed the attorneys the privilege of smoking in court.
On tests, I don't know how free a translation would be allowed.
While long-term credit banks are authorized by law to issue bonds to raise fund, they are not allowed to take deposits the way ordinary banks are.
That's why: what's allowed is allowed, what's forbidden is forbidden, what's impossible is impossible, and what's possible is that which is allowed.

Angielskie słowo "permis" (allowed) występuje w zestawach:

Fiches du livre - "In the Yellow Sea" (Henry Frith)
Fiches du livre - "We're Friends, Now" (Henry Hasse)
Fiches du livre - "To Lhassa at Last" (Powell Mill...
Fiches du livre - "Demetrius A Play" (Frederich Sc...
Fiches du livre - "Tabitha at Ivy Hall" (Ruth Albe...

2. permitted

Smoking is permitted.
Even at the end of the nineteenth century, sailors in the British Navy were not permitted to use knives and forks because using them was considered a sign of weakness.
Our teacher permitted us to use a dictionary during the test.
Tom was not permitted to tell Mary everything he knew.
Policemen aren't permitted to drink on duty.
One of the advantages of living in a democracy is that one is permitted to say whatever he thinks.
In the US, a gay union is permitted only in some states.
It shouldn't be permitted to store samples of DNA.
Gay marriage is permitted in less than 20% of countries.
Citizens of higher social status were permitted to live closer to the center.
In an army no man is permitted to leave without permission.
Banned books are books to which free access is not permitted.
One morning at breakfast we children were informed to our utter dismay that we could no longer be permitted to run absolutely wild.
When we were young, we weren’t permitted to call older people by their first name.
He decided that if God didn't exist then everything was permitted.

Angielskie słowo "permis" (permitted) występuje w zestawach:

Fiches du livre - "Handyman" (Frank Banta)
Fiches du livre - "Venus is a Man's World" (Willia...
Fiches du livre - "The Turn of the Balance" (Brand...
Fiches du livre - "Mars is my Destination" (Frank ...
Fiches du livre - "The Children of the King" (F. M...

3. permissible

The fee was permissible under EU law.
The definition of permissible is something allowed or permitted. When a behavior is allowed, it is an example of a permissible behavior.

Angielskie słowo "permis" (permissible) występuje w zestawach:

Fiches du livre - "Time and Its Measurement" (Jame...
Fiches du livre - "Riding and Driving for Women" (...
Fiches du livre - "Making A Rock Garden" (Henry Sh...
Fiches du livre - "Dictionary of Explosives" (Arth...
Fiches du livre - "Humanitarian Philosophy, 4th Ed...