grant (something) to (someone)

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grant (something) to (someone)

To give something to someone, often as an award. The city never granted him the right to start building this annex. The committee decided to grant the award to Eugene after all.
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grant something to someone

to give or award something to someone. The foundation granted a large sum of money to Jane for her research. They granted an award to Kelly.
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First, the charge is meant to reduce congestion and the Panamera is a pretty big car, and second it's more than a little obscene to give a PS5,000 grant to someone who can afford to buy a car that costs almost PS90,000.
We are also looking into building regional speaker rosters and providing a grant to someone who will organize speakers in a particular region.