permissive

[adj] - not preventive 2. [adj] - granting or inclined or able to grant permission
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Permissive

Per·mis'sive adjective 1. Permitting; granting leave or liberty. 'By his permissive will.' Milton. 2. Permitted; tolerated; suffered. Milton.
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Permissive

• (a.) Permitted; tolerated; suffered. • (a.) Permitting; granting leave or liberty.
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permissive

permissive 1. Granting or inclined or able to grant permission. 2. Not strict in discipline; tolerant or lenient. 3. Permitting discretion; optional; indulgent, lenient, lax.
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Permissive

When a cell or host is defined as permissive in virology, it refers to the fact that the virus is able to circumvent host defenses and is able to replicate. Usually this occurs when the virus has modulated one or several of the host cellular intrinsic defenses, and the host immune system. The permissive state of a host has now been determined to b...
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Permissive

A permitted act by the court order or any contractual agreement. It is an act of inclined towards granting the permission.
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permissive

adj. 1) referring to any act which is allowed by court order, legal procedure, or agreement. 2) tolerant or allowing of others' behavior, suggesting contrary to others' standards.
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