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grant·ee

 (grăn-tē′)
n. Law
A person or organization that is given a grant.

grantee

(ɡrɑːnˈtiː)
n
(Law) law a person to whom a grant is made

gran•tee

(grænˈti, grɑn-)

n.
the receiver of a grant.
[1400–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.grantee - a recipient of a grant
recipient, receiver - a person who receives something
2.grantee - someone to whom the title of property is transferred
recipient, receiver - a person who receives something
Translations

grantee

[grɑːnˈtiː] Ncesionario/a m/f

grantee

nBegünstigte(r) mf; (Jur) → Zessionar(in) m(f), → Rechtsnachfolger(in) m(f)
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