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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References in classic literature ?
This supremacy granted to one house is apt to wound the sensibilities of other natives of the region, who console themselves by adding up the cost it involves, and by which they profit.
Details emerged as bail was granted to one of those accused of carrying out the attack on June 21.
If the management of the free economic zone Polog near Tetovo is granted to one Turkish company, it promises 10,000 new working posts, government sources tell "Lajm".
Guild Membership is traditionally only granted to one agent in a given area.
The contract for installation of computer system (phase-2) in the Disciplinary and Investigation Board (DIB) has been granted to one of the national firms specialized in computer systems.
This will include a reduction in the sums granted to one firm - Techspace Aero - from 41,274,000 to 31,978,850 to bring it below the threshold for which individual notification to the Commission is required.