Synonyms of grant in English:

grant


See definition of grant

verb

1‘he granted them leave of absence’

SYNONYMS
allow, accord, permit, afford, concede, vouchsafe
ANTONYMS

refuse

2‘the programme granted them £20 million’

SYNONYMS
bestow on, confer on, give, impart to, present with
award to, present to, donate to, contribute to, provide with, endow with, hand out to
furnish with, supply with
allocate to, allot to, assign to

3‘I grant that the difference is not absolute’

SYNONYMS
admit, accept, concede, yield, cede, allow, appreciate, recognize, acknowledge, confess
agree, concur, go along with
ANTONYMS

deny


noun

1‘he has received a grant for equipment from the council’

SYNONYMS
endowment, subvention, award, donation, bursary, contribution, allowance, subsidy, handout, allocation, allotment, gift, present
scholarship, sponsorship
stipend
formal benefaction

Phrases

    take something for granted

    ‘they took it for granted that we knew what we were doing’


    SYNONYMS
    assume, presume, suppose, take it, take as read, take it as given, presuppose, conjecture, surmise, conclude, come to the conclusion, deduce, infer, draw the inference, reckon, reason, guess, imagine, think, fancy, suspect, expect, accept, believe, be of the opinion, understand, be given to understand, gather, glean
    North American figure
    formal opine
    archaic ween