Definition of Grant:

  1. Agree to give or allow (something requested) to.

  2. A sum of money given by a government or other organization for a particular purpose.

  3. Agree or admit to (someone) that (something) is true.

  4. Bounty, contribution, gift, or subsidy (in cash or kind) bestowed by a government or other organization (called the grantor) for specified purposes to an eligible recipient (called the grantee). Grants are usually conditional upon certain qualifications as to the use, maintenance of specified standards, or a proportional contribution by the grantee or other grantor(s).

Synonyms of Grant

Endowment, Subvention, Award, Donation, Bursary, Contribution, Allowance, Subsidy, Handout, Allocation, Allotment, Gift, Present, Allow, Accord, Permit, Afford, Concede, Vouchsafe, Admit, Accept, Concede, Yield, Cede, Allow, Appreciate, Recognize, Acknowledge, Confess, OK, Accede to, Accept, Accommodation, Accord, Accord to, Accordance, Acknowledge, Administer, Admit, Admit everything, Admit exceptions, Afford, Agree provisionally, Agree to, Aid, Alimony, Allocate, Allot, Allotment, Allow, Allow for, Allowance, Alms, Annuity, Approve, Approve of, Assent, Assent grudgingly, Assign, Assistance, Assume, Avow, Award, Awarding, Be afraid, Be willing, Believe, Benefaction, Bequest, Bestow, Bestow on, Bestowal, Bestowment, Blank check, Bounty, Brevet, Carte blanche, Cede, Cession, Charity, Charter, Circumscription, Come clean, Communicate, Communication, Concede, Conceive, Concession, Conclude, Condescend, Confer, Conferment, Conferral, Confess, Connive at, Consent, Consent to, Consent to silently, Consider, Consider the circumstances, Consider the source, Contribution, Cop a plea, Copyright, Daresay, Deal, Deal out, Deduce, Deem, Deign, Deliverance, Delivery, Depletion allowance, Diploma, Discount, Dish out, Dispensation, Dispense, Disregard, Distribute, Divine, Dole, Dole out, Donate, Donation, Dream, Endorse, Endowment, Exception, Exemption, Expect, Express general agreement, Extend, Extenuating circumstances, Fancy, Favor, Feel, Fellowship, Financial assistance, Fork out, Franchise, Freedom, Furnish, Furnishment, Gather, Gift, Gift with, Gifting, Give, Give consent, Give freely, Give leave, Give out, Give permission, Give the go-ahead, Give the word, Give up, Giving, Go along with, Grain of salt, Grant-in-aid, Granting, Guaranteed annual income, Hand out, Handout, Have no objection, Heap, Hedge, Hedging, Help, Help to, Hold with, Imagine, Immunity, Impart, Impartation, Impartment, Indulgence, Infer, Investiture, Issue, Lavish, Leave, Let, Let be, Let have, Let on, Letters patent, Liberality, Liberty, License, Lift temporarily, Limitation, Make allowance for, Make possible, Mental reservation, Mete, Mete out, Modification, Nod, Nod assent, Not oppose, Not refuse, Offer, Okay, Old-age insurance, Open up, Opine, Out with it, Own, Own up, Patent, Pecuniary aid, Pension, Permit, Plead guilty, Pour, Prefigure, Present, Presentation, Presentment, Presume, Presuppose, Presurmise, Price support, Privilege, Proffer, Provide for, Provision, Provisionally accept, Public assistance, Public welfare, Qualification, Rain, Ratify, Reckon, Recognize, Relax, Relax the condition, Release, Relief, Relinquish, Render, Repute, Reservation, Restriction, Retirement benefits, Royal grant, Salvo, Sanction, Say, Say aye, Say the word, Say yes, Scholarship, Serve, Set aside, Shell out, Shower, Slip, Snow, Special case, Special favor, Special treatment, Specialness, Specification, Spill, Spill it, Spit it out, Stipend, Subscription, Subsidization, Subsidy, Subvention, Supply, Supplying, Support, Suppose, Surmise, Surrender, Suspect, Take, Take account of, Take for, Take for granted, Take into account, Take into consideration, Take it, Take kindly to, Take to be, Tax benefit, Tell all, Tell the truth, Tender, Think, Understand, Vote affirmatively, Vote aye, Vouchsafe, Vouchsafement, Waive, Waiver, Warrant, Welfare, Welfare aid, Welfare payments, Wink at, Yield, Yield assent

How to use Grant in a sentence?

  1. If not for the government grant he received, he would not have been able to afford his choice of school.
  2. A letter granting them permission to smoke.
  3. Rachel was working on her science project when she realized she did not have sufficient funds, but the government gave her a grant to keep the project moving.
  4. One way that non-profit charitable organizations can gain additional funding that does not need repaid is by submitting applications for grant s.
  5. He hasnt made much progress, Ill grant you that.

Meaning of Grant & Grant Definition