Work Permit

Work Permit,

Work Permit:

  1. Legal documents that give a person the right to work in a particular country.

Literal Meanings of Work Permit

Work:

Meanings of Work:
  1. Activities that involve physical or mental effort to achieve a goal or outcome.

  2. To do something for a task or assignment that someone or something has to do.

  3. Did something or did something.

  4. A place or place for industrial activity, usually preparation.

  5. Operational parts of a watch or other machine.

  6. Defense structure

  7. Strength training to overcome resistance or make molecular changes.

  8. Everything that is needed, desired or expected.

Sentences of Work
  1. I'm tired after a long day at work

  2. Make sure things work out

  3. His work appears in some of America's most important collections

  4. Find a job in a workshop

  5. He could almost hear the chess pieces

  6. To the north of the fort was a newly constructed moat and siege by the Patriots.

  7. Pedestrian muscles need to work this amount to convert the lost kinetic energy lost at each step.

Synonyms of Work

be successful, work out, labour, drive, form, get results, edge, drudgery, succeed, exert oneself, jobs, manufacturing complex, performance, working parts, exertion, foundry, business unit, fire, handiwork, duties, spur, everything

Permit:

Meanings of Permit:
  1. Allow (someone) to do something.

  2. A legal document that gives someone the power to do something.

  3. A whole body of coastal fish, found in the warm waters of the western Atlantic and Caribbean and longing for fish for food and play.

Sentences of Permit
  1. The law allows municipalities to control smoke-emitting factories.

  2. You are only located in the UK with a work permit

  3. He informed me that there was a sea bass and a turpentine (as he already knew) and that there was a big bone fish and fishing license.

Synonyms of Permit

enable, authorization, licence, ticket, give someone permission, let, qualify, grant, entitle, empower, allow, license, pass, give someone leave, document, give someone authorization, authorize, certification, grant someone the right, sanction, warrant, voucher

Work Permit,

What is Work Permit?

  • A legal process that gives a person the right to work in a particular country.

Literal Meanings of Work Permit

Work:

Meanings of Work:
  1. Something, or the work that is done, or the result of an action.

  2. An attempt by a force that transcends resistance or results in molecular change.

  3. Bring the hammer, kneading, etc. to the desired shape or consistency (component or mixture).

  4. Name items or parts made from specific items or specific tools.

Sentences of Work
  1. He could almost hear the beat of his work.

  2. There was a ditch to the north of the fort and the besiegers built it only by patriots.

  3. The sky is a spectacle: lightning, hail, construction.

  4. Your phone will not work until it reaches its ■■■■■■.

  5. The disappointing trick worked

  6. Work the mixture into the paste with your hands.

  7. Comb the hair from tip to root, tying the ends.

  8. Hiccup is very angry

  9. Goldsmith

Synonyms of Work

excite, the whole nine yards, travail, manipulate, plug away, mould, have the desired result, ■■■■■■ away, knead, peg away, fashion, knock oneself out, pay off, move, work one's socks off, industry, workshop, wind, function, mix, moil, service, the full treatment, plod away, work day and night, assignments, behave, innards, whip up

Permit:

Meanings of Permit:
  1. Give (someone) the authority to do something formally.

  2. Horse mackerel is a full-bodied fish found in the warm waters of the western Atlantic and Caribbean and is given fish for food and play.

Sentences of Permit
  1. The law allows municipalities to monitor factories that emit smoke.

Synonyms of Permit

give the go-ahead to, legitimatize, tolerate, consent to, give the OK to, firman, visa, triptyque, laissez-passer, assent to, legitimate, agree to, give someone/something the nod, approve of, carnet, accede to, give one's blessing to, admit of, give the green light to, give the thumbs up to, countenance, give one's consent/assent to, brook, legalize, acquiesce in, OK, say the word, passport, suffer