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Chinese text: 執照

The meanings in Chinese:

licence

certificate

permit

an official document giving someone
authorization to do something.

a permit from an authority to own or
use something, do a particular thing,
or carry on a trade

combination of characters:

control, manage

pronunciation:
zhi~2


licence

pronunciation:
zhao~4

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permit
official
certificate

licence, certificate, permit


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