Translation of permissible in Spanish:

permissible

permisible, adj.

Pronunciation /pəˈmɪsɪb(ə)l//pərˈmɪsəb(ə)l/

adjective

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    (permitted) permisible
    (permitted) lícito
    (acceptable) tolerable
    (acceptable) aceptable
    • In general, all the evaluated parameters are below the permissible limits established by the norm.
    • It is, however, permissible for a parent to transfer legal ownership of funds to a child by way of a gift.
    • Judges become the arbiters of what speech is permissible, and what is not.
    • It is therefore perfectly permissible for the owner of a copyright to do nothing with it.
    • Which institutional and personal differentiations would properly be permissible and which would not be?
    • It sets up a system of permissible interceptions with warrants or authorisations.
    • Their opinions over what was permissible were often highly subjective.
    • No unfair advantages in a duel were permissible if a knight was to retain his honor.
    • Thus the maximum permissible period of stay on entry was increased from three to six months.
    • This defines permissible speech according to what somebody thinks the public should know about.
    • But it's no longer permissible to sit on the sidelines making snide comments.
    • It will just be a matter of the device beeping when the degree of flexion exceeds permissible limits.
    • When we say that such operations are permissible, it is because they are the only means.
    • They do not use electricity, but power from gas or hydraulic generators is permissible.
    • I find it outrageous that they think it is permissible to canvass for votes in such a way.
    • He referred to a number of scenarios which would not be permissible under Irish law at present.
    • This ensures that the bacterial content of food remains within permissible limits.
    • Detention without charge beyond the normal 24 hours is permissible in certain situations.
    • He said this is not permissible under the law and the rules could not have overriding effect.
    • They see themselves as emissaries of a national movement for whom everything is permissible.