licença

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From Old Portuguese lecença, from Latin licentia (license; freedom; liberty), from licēns (allowing, permitting), present participle of licet (allow).

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licença f (plural licenças)

  1. license; permit (legal document giving official permission to do something)
  2. authorization; permission
  3. permission given to an employee to miss work for some time (due to ill health, for example)

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