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    sanction - Dictionary definition and meaning for word sanction

    Definition
    (noun) formal and explicit approval
    Example Sentence
    • a Democrat usually gets the union's endorsement
    Definition
    (noun) a mechanism of social control for enforcing a society's standards Definition
    (noun) official permission or approval
    Example Sentence
    • authority for the program was renewed several times
    Definition
    (noun) the act of final authorization
    Example Sentence
    • it had the sanction of the church
    Definition
    (verb) give sanction to
    Synonyms : approve , o.k. , okay
    Example Sentence
    • I approve of his educational policies
    Definition
    (verb) give authority or permission to Definition
    (verb) give religious sanction to, such as through on oath
    Example Sentence
    • sanctify the marriage
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u can read it like sanction ~~ SANG SONG so u sing song when u have been approved or accepted it's like being approved to USA..

I- SAY-ACTION, slang for I give you permission

SANCTION or PERMISSION or AUTHORISATION - to get the authority to do something.

"Saints Ton"...SAINTS have a TON of authority when it comes to giving the church permission to do things.

sounds like saction..so a saction of people APPROVING YOUR PLAN.

a sanctioned nation must be approved by UN vote.

S(Yes)+ Action

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