clearance collocations and examples

 UK /ˈklɪərəns/

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official permission to do something or go somewhere

Nouns frequently used before clearance
copyright, customs, entry, securityHer son’s appeal to the Immigration Tribunal was successful and they were granted entry clearance to the UK.
Verbs frequently used with clearance
get clearance: be allowed, be given, be granted, gain, get, obtain, receiveAny aircraft wishing to enter controlled airspace must obtain clearance.want or need clearance: await, need, require, seekIn the early days of the internet, security clearance was required for access.refuse: deny, refuseA Customs Officer may refuse clearance of any vessel.
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