In the prologue, the author herself acknowledges that she used her poetic license when narrating the facts.En el prólogo, la autora misma admite haber hecho uso de la licencia poética al narrar los hechos.
1(issue with license)[+drug, medicine]autorizar la comercialización de;[+vehicle]conceder el permiso de circulación a;[+gun]autorizar la licencia de;[+dog, company, operator]registrar;[+surgeon, practitioner]otorgarle la licencia de ejercer a
the Royal College examines and licenses surgeons...to be licensed as a clinical psychologist, one must have a Ph.D. in psychology,perform three years of supervised clinical work, and pass a state licensing examinationa recommendation that security firms should be licensedthey are demanding that all travel operators should be licensedFour companies are likely to be licensed to offer a full range of telecommunications servicesthe Home Secretary, Douglas Hurd, rejected proposals to license security companies in order to keep out cowboysbreeders using more than two bitches for breeding have to be licensed by the local authoritythe authorities have refused to license the drugAt present, if you want to make medicinal claims about a substance, it has to be licensed as a medicineThe Royal Pharmaceutical Society has now called for all herbal remedies to be licensed as medical productsSince these substances are not licensed, they cannot be soldexperiments of this kind must be licensed by the Home Officethe authority which licenses vehiclesyou'll have to license the car if you want to drive it on public roadsa procession of vintage vehicles, specially licensed for the occasion, travels at a uniform ten miles per hourOakland officials are preparing a proposal to take to California legislators that would require the state to license gunsto license sb to do sthUnder the agreement, the council can license a U.S. company to produce the drugyou may be say a gynaecologist but you've got to be licensed to do hysterectomiesBritain's Transport and Road Research Laboratory is licensing firms to make the system so it should soon be widely available
to be licensed to do sthtener licencia para hacer algo;estar autorizado para hacer algo;we are not licensed to sell alcoholno tenemos licencia para vender bebidas alcohólicas;no estamos autorizados para vender bebidas alcohólicas;he is licensed to drive this vehicleestá autorizado para conducir este vehículo;to be licensed to carry a guntener licencia para llevar un revólver
/I am licensed to practise psychology/ in New Jersey and Coloradoto [have] [get] one's car licensedhe'd forgotten to get the car licensed
the State Department says it doesn't think it's allowed to license the sale of any aircraft to these countriesthe Ministry temporarily licensed the use of dichlorvos on fish farmsobtain licence fora law which would require people to license their dogsto license sth [to] sbthe company is going to license its software to a number of computer makersThe company is not going to manufacture a single machine itself. Instead it has developed a new technology and is licensing it to hardware firms, virtually free, in order to get the machines on the shelves