American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One to whom or to which a license is granted.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One to whom a license is granted. Also licencee.
- n. law A person to whom a license is granted.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Law) The person to whom a license is given.
- n. someone to whom a license is granted
- license + -ee (Wiktionary)
“If at any time a licensee is unable or unwilling to expand their infrastructure to meet the demands of consumers, the license will be revoked!”
“By 1798 and 1799, the licensee is listed in the masculine form of the name, as "Francis" Tree.”
“Elpida has been a long-term licensee and a loyal partner, and they've helped us over many years to drive new technology into the market.”
“Ex Drinks, LLC. became the exclusive, long-term licensee in the United States from the UK-based licensor company, Extreme Drinks Ltd. on August 12, 2009.”
“CNE also works to secure and support long-term licensee partnerships across all key merchandising categories.”
“The licensee is the sole recipient of the punishment, not the supplier, which cures dormant commerce clause issues that might otherwise apply.”
“It's made our Latin American licensee the only profitable virtual-advertising company in the world, 'New investors are due by the end of May.”
“Surf wear company Billabong says it is facing a civil claim from its former Indonesian licensee, which is seeking compensation over the termination of its distribution licence in that country.”
“If one were to take their argument on its face value there was no occasion for Sushil Ansal to continue being described as a licensee even in 1992 or hold himself out as such.”
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