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grant·ee

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

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

(grænˈti, grɑn-)

n.
the receiver of a grant.
[1400–50]
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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
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Translations

grantee

[grɑːnˈtiː] Ncesionario/a m/f
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grantee

nBegünstigte(r) mf; (Jur) → Zessionar(in) m(f), → Rechtsnachfolger(in) m(f)
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Fernandez, Jr., prior to his death, conveyed several properties by constructive delivery to different grantees. One deed was the subject of that litigation, which purported to transfer a parcel of real property to his sister, Lutgarda Kerr, and his daughter, Sylvia Sheppard, as grantees.
Based on the CHED-UniFAST data, the top 10 universities with the largest number of TES grantees are: Jose Rizal Memorial University in Region 9 with 3,997 grantees; Western Mindanao State University in Region 9 with 3,104 grantees; Eastern Visayas State University in Region 8 with 3,079 grantees; Cebu Technological University in Region 7 with 2, 959 grantees; Surigao Del Sur State University in CARAGA Region with 2,936 grantees; Batangas State University in Region 4 with 2,871 grantees; Capiz State University in Region 6 with 2, 606 grantees; Bohol Island State University in Region 7 with 2,602 grantees; University of Eastern Philippines in Region 8 with 2,462 grantees; Romblon State University in MIMAROPA Region with 2, 209 grantees.
In celebration of 15 years of giving and impact, LCCF awarded 15 anniversary grants to a mix of new and previous grantees. Maggie Morales, the Foundation's Director of Community Leadership and Investment shared, "We're elated that nearly half of our 2018 grantee organizations are new to the Foundation.
A large number of Saudi scholarship grantees in Washington University have benefited from advanced courses and programs.
Grantees that receive comprehensive assistance from their foundation funders report a substantially greater impact on their organizations than grantees that receive no assistance.
Two of these new grantees, along with four recipients of funding from previous sessions, will have their world premieres at this year's Festival de Cannes.
The 2013-2015 funding initiative supported 11 grantees (nine state and two county health departments) to improve state and local capacity to assess and manage risks associated with drinking water systems not covered by SDWA.
(Note: In previous years, all highest-rated applications have secured their matching funds and become grantees.) Of the highest-rated applications, seven are in the Development category (supporting promising new ideas for further development; a maximum $3 million each), three are in the Validation category (supporting expanded implementation of established approaches with moderate evidence of effectiveness; a maximum $12 million each); and, for the first time since 2010, there are multiple applications (three) in the Scale-Up category (supporting the growth of models with strong evidence of effectiveness; a maximum $20 million each).
Grantees from Florida, Hawaii, Minnesota, New Jersey, and New York collaborated with state and health care provider organizations to enhance existing hospital claims and discharge databases with clinical information and to demonstrate the utility of the new data infrastructure by using the new databases in a CER study.
To date, there have been over 60 grantees of the ACC Foundation, many of whom went on to become big names in the cultural scene.
Even anticipating a $6 million loan approved this summer by The Florida Bar Board of Governors to be made over the next two years, the Foundation this year will have only $7.7 million available for its legal aid grantees, a 34 percent decrease from last year.