approval

approval
n
одобрение; утверждение; согласие (на что-л.)

to get local authorities' approval — получить одобрение местных властей

to give one's approval for / to smth — одобрять / санкционировать что-л.

to have official approval — иметь официальное разрешение

to nod one's approval — кивнуть в знак одобрения

to obtain approval from a body — получать разрешение / санкцию какого-л. органа

to put a seal of approval on smth — одобрять что-л.

to receive smb's stamp of approval — получать чье-л. разрешение / чью-л. санкцию

to seek approval — добиваться утверждения / одобрения

to signal one's approval — выражать свое одобрение

to submit for approval to smb — представлять на утверждение кому-л.

to voice one's approval — высказывать свое одобрение

to win the approval of smb — добиваться чьего-л. одобрения

- approval by acclamation
- approval of a treaty
- approval to do smth
- cautious approval
- complete approval
- Congressional approval
- final approval
- formal approval
- general approval
- higher approval
- nationwide approval
- official approval
- overwhelming approval
- parliamentary approval
- pending approval by Norway
- preliminary approval
- prior approval
- project approval
- public approval
- qualified approval
- subject to approval by smb
- subject to approval of smb
- tacit approval
- thundering approval from the crowd
- unanimous approval
- universal approval
- unqualified approval
- warm approval

Politics english-russian dictionary. 2013.

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  • approval — ap‧prov‧al [əˈpruːvl] noun [uncountable] 1. when someone officially accepts something: • His proposals cannot become law until they have obtained Congressional approval. • Approval for the new buildings was given in July. 2. on approval if you… …   Financial and business terms

  • Approval — may refer to:* Approval rating, a polling term which reflects the approval of a particular person or program * Approval voting, a voting system * Approval of a drug, formal government approval of a medication for sale …   Wikipedia

  • approval — I noun acceptance, accord, acknowledgment, acquiescence, adoption, affirmance, affirmation, agreement, allowance, approbatio, approbation, assent, assurance, authentication, authorization, comprobatio, concordance, concurrence, confirmation,… …   Law dictionary

  • approval — ► NOUN 1) the opinion that something is good. 2) official acknowledgement that something is satisfactory. ● on approval Cf. ↑on approval …   English terms dictionary

  • Approval — Ap*prov al, n. Approbation; sanction. [1913 Webster] A censor . . . without whose approval n? capital sentences are to be executed. Temple. [1913 Webster] Syn: See {Approbation}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • approval — [n1] authorization acquiescence, assent, bells*, blessing, compliance, concurrence, confirmation, consent, countenance, endorsement, go ahead*, green light*, leave, license, mandate, okay, permission, ratification, recommendation, sanction,… …   New thesaurus

  • approval — [ə pro͞o′vəl] n. 1. the act of approving 2. favorable attitude or opinion 3. formal consent or sanction 4. [pl.] Philately stamps sent on request by mail to potential buyers on approval for the customer to examine and decide whether to buy or… …   English World dictionary

  • approval — (n.) 1680s, from APPROVE (Cf. approve) + AL (Cf. al) (2). According to OED, Rare bef. 1800; now generally used instead of approvance (1590s, from Fr. aprovance) …   Etymology dictionary

  • approval — *approbation Analogous words: commending or commendation, applauding or applause, compliment (see corresponding verbs at COMMEND): endorsing or endorsement, sanction (see corresponding verbs at APPROVE) Antonyms: disapproval Contrasted words:… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • approval — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ full, warm (esp. BrE), wholehearted ▪ The plan did not win wholehearted approval. ▪ grudging, qualified ▪ general …   Collocations dictionary

  • approval — ap|prov|al W3S2 [əˈpru:vəl] n 1.) [U and C] when a plan, decision, or person is officially accepted ▪ The president has already given his approval to the plan. ▪ It is just three months since we received official approval to go ahead with the… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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