authorize

[v] - grant authorization or clearance for
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Authorize

Au'thor·ize transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Authorized ; present participle & verbal noun Authorizing .] [ Middle English autorize , French autoriser , from Late Latin auctorizare , authorisare...
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authorize

authorise verb grant authorization or clearance for; `Clear the manuscript for publication`; `The rock star never authorized this slanderous biography`
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Authorize

• (v. t.) To justify; to furnish a ground for. • (v. t.) To clothe with authority, warrant, or legal power; to give a right to act; to empower; as, to authorize commissioners to settle a boundary. • (v. t.) To make legal; to give legal sanction to; to legalize; as, to authorize a marriage. • (v. t.) To sanction or confirm by the...
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authorize

authorization, authorize 1. To give authority or power to. 2. To approve or to permit; to sanction.
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authorize

To give permission for. A manager authorizes a transaction by signing a voucher authorizing the disbursement.
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Authorize

(v) Authorize is the process by which a person has given legal powers to do certain acts, take necessary decisions or actions in attainment of the objectives required from such person.
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Authorize

To officially empower someone to act. (See also: authority)
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