entitle (one) to (do something)

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entitle (one) to (do something)

To allow or authorize someone to do something. That pass entitles us to go backstage and meet the band. Good news—this coupon entitles you to save 20% on your entire purchase!
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entitle someone to do something

[for something] to qualify someone to do something. This ticket entitles you to go in and take a seat. Does this paper entitle me to get a discount?
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Noting the crown court finding that Ms Lisle-Mainwaring painted the townhouse in stripes as a matter of "pique", he added: "She may well have done but section 215 does not entitle one to address the motive of a landowner.
Purchase will automatically entitle one to receive a collectible school bag which comes in four designs while concurrently giving out school supplies as donations for World Vision Kids to support their education.
We are in our 80s, but quite often age doesn't entitle one to special treatment.
One's "own values and decisions" do not entitle one to break God's law.
BEING AN AFICIONADO of something doesn't necessarily entitle one to produce a seven-part documentary miniseries about it.