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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This fully entitles us to provide the safety, efficiency, reliability and sustainability expected in the Saudi market for building the cities of the future.
In this country we have what's called freedom of speech and a democracy which entitles us to do and go where we please as long as its legal.
The elite status entitles us to a greater degree of support from Juniper and we intend to leverage this to best benefit our customers," he added.
Zelaya said: "We have a clause that entitles us to 30 percent of the transfer fee.
AP McCoy was very happy with his jumping up to that point and the way he was travelling before his exit entitles us to try again at Grade 1 level.
In conclusion, King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz and his Crown Prince Sultan said this holy month entitles us to reiterate the commitment of our souls towards those values and goals, wishing all fasters to tolerate this kind month and win its rewards.
But so many of us have been spoiled by the notion that "medicine" entitles us to any and all attempts to live forever.
It is time these spots were regulated as much as parking meter bays, perhaps with a universal token for the three hours a badge entitles us to park, or stricter monitoring and fines.
As a union, we have an agreement that entitles us to be consulted, but as yet no approach has been made to me,' he added.
Our own common law legal system dates back to Magna Carta (1215) and the Bill of Rights (1689), which entitles us to trial by jury, the presumption of innocence, and ``habeus corpus''; however ``Corpus Juris'' is an oppressive Napoleonic system which assumes guilt unless innocence is proven.
Task force director Lewis Maltby once pointedly reminded Glasser in writing that the "fundamental position" of the ACLU is that every person "has a right to personal autonomy which entitles us to live as we choose so long as we do not infringe the rights of others.
While our kinship with Israel entitles us to have opinions and to comment on Israeli politics, we do not vote in Israeli elections.
The license/distribution agreement entitles us to exclusively distribute her products to all retailers in the United States.