permit (one) through (something or some place)
To grant one permission to pass or travel something or some place. The CEO is being questioned by the FBI for not permitting investigators through the factory grounds. Her clearance has been verified—permit her through. I'm sorry, sir. No one is permitted through this border at the moment, regardless of their clearance level.
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permit someone through (something)
to allow someone to pass through something. Would you permit me through the door? I have to get into this building. Janet said she was in a hurry, but they wouldn't permit her through.
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