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Definition of "licenced" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of licence. (verb)
  • Having been issued with a licence (adjective)
  • Authorized by licence (adjective)

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Use "licenced" in a sentence
  • "The majority of these are issued by local authority officers, but police and Environment Agency officers do issue some - ranging from £20 for unnecessary idling of a stationary vehicle engine to £500 for failing to comply with a noise warning notice in licenced premises."
  • "The new rules, which are explicitly aimed at curbing binge drinking, will create a number of changes to how alcohol is served in licenced establishments throughout the province."
  • "Ostensibly, the reason is that those three versions are 'licenced' to use Windows XP, and this has been a real cash cow for Microsoft with the Broken OS."