vt.允许, 让某人得到, 留出, 同意（法律）
She won't allow the children in(to the house) until they've wiped their shoes.
This diet allows you one glass of wine a day.
He allowed that I had the right to appeal.
How much holiday are you allowed?
The facts allow of only one explanation.
It will take you half an hour to get to the station, allowing for traffic delays.
The patient was allowed up (ie permitted to get out of bed) after 10 days.
You are not allowed to smoke here.
make it possible through a specific action or lack of action for something to happen
consent to, give permission
give or assign a resource to a particular person or cause
make a possibility or provide opportunity for; permit to be attainable or cause to remain
allow or plan for a certain possibility; concede the truth or validity of something
allow the other (baseball) team to score
grant as a discount or in exchange
allow the presence of or allow (an activity) without opposing or prohibiting
1. 允许, 准许[O2][+v-ing]
Swimming is not allowed at this beach.
She allowed us to smoke.
2. 准……进; 准……出[O]
He doesn't allow cats in the room.
3. 给予, 提供; 容许[O1][(+for)]
Their teacher allowed them three days for the assignment.
The windfall allowed me to buy a house.
The judge allowed the claim.
He allowed that they were right.
The situation allows of no delay.
In working with this cloth, be sure to allow for shrinking.
vt.vi.允许; 承认; 提供
vt.vi.允许; 承认; 提供
I don't think he would allow it.
Do they allow smoking in the cinemas?
Allow me to introduce you to our headmaster.
The court allowed a sum of money to each child for clothing.
The referee refused to allow the goal.
You must allow yourself to be wrong.