permit (one) out (of something or some place)(redirected from permitted it out of)
permit (one) out (of something or some place)
To grant one permission to leave or exit something or some place. Do not permit any employees out of the building until they have been inspected for stolen goods. Because of the lockdown, no one is permitted out.
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permit someone out (of something)
to allow someone to go out of something or some place. His mother won't permit him out of his room all weekend. I didn't do anything, but she won't permit me out!
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