GR'ANT, verb transitive
1. To admit as true what is not proved; to allow; to yield; to concede. We take that for granted which is supposed to be true.
Grant that the fates have firmed, by their decree--
2. To give; to bestow or confer on without compensation, particularly in answer to prayer or request.
Thou hast granted me life and favor. Job 10:12.
God granted him that which he requested. 1. Chron.4.
3. To transfer the title of a thing to another, for a good or valuable consideration; to convey by deed or writing. The legislature have granted all the new land.
Grant me the place of this threshing floor. 1 Chronicles 21:22.
GR'ANT, noun The act of granting; a bestowing or conferring.
1. The thing granted or bestowed; a gift; a boon.
2. In law, a conveyance in writing, of such things as cannot pass or be transferred by word only, as land, rents, reversions, tithes, etc.
A grant is an executed contract.
3. Concession; admission of something as true.
4. The thing conveyed by deed or patent.