ADJ. government, official | export, import | residence, residency | work | travel | resident's, visitor's | building, filming, fishing, landing, parking
VERB + PERMIT have | give (sb), grant (sb), issue | get, obtain, receive | revoke | renew | apply for | need, require
PERMIT + VERB expire, run out
PERMIT + NOUN holder
PREP. by ~ Entry is by permit only. | with/without a ~ You can't park here without a permit. | ~ for They applied for a permit for a street demonstration against university fees.
ADV. legally | generally, normally Development is not normally permitted in conservation areas.
VERB + PERMIT refuse to | be designed to The bill was designed to permit workers to take up to twelve weeks' unpaid leave annually for family reasons.