Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Licence"

The meaning of "Licence" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Off - licence mean?
A: It is a shop which sells alcohol but there is no licence for anyone to consume that alcohol on the premises.
Q: What does he was given licence mean?
A: «Ему дали лицензию?»

Example sentences using "Licence"

Q: Please show me example sentences with licence suspension.
A: I'm having a hard time living with the license suspension I got after I was convicted of driving drunk.
Q: Please show me example sentences with licence.
A: I got my driving licence last year.

Synonyms of "Licence" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between licence and license ?
A: License is the US spelling. Licence is the UK spelling.Both mean "permit"
I just got my driver's license.
You can't go fishing without a fishing license.

James Bond has a licence to kill, according to the London Times.
He was licenced by the British government.
Q: What is the difference between licence and license ?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What is the difference between licence and degree ?
A: Licence : an official document that allows you to do or have something.

Degree: a qualification given for completing a university course.
Q: What is the difference between licence and qualification ?
A: License - formal approval to do something.

Qualification - having a certain skill.

Translations of "Licence"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Licence 1 ou Première année de licence
A: Probably the closest would be 'undergraduate' or 'first year undergraduate' (UK English). Americans might use 'freshman', which means you are in your first year of university (they call it 'college').

https://www.universite-paris-saclay.fr/en/admission/french-higher-education-system
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? thank you licence bnane ke liye
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Other questions about "Licence"

Q: I'll be send a new licence to customer at 2018-03-06. Does this sound natural?
A: You're welcome! You can say "I need to send this license by 2018-03-06."
"Done by" is used when the main verb is "to do." For example: Your homework needs to be done by Monday.
Q: Why off licence shops are called that? Am I right saying that it's because they sell alcoholic drinks for consumption off the premises? It's just my guess though.
A: Yes! As opposed to a bar or pub which is licensed for consumption at the point of sale---> on-licence.
Q: #1.I have no licence.
#2.I not have licence.

#1,#2の意味は同じですか?
no,notを付ける事で、どのように意味が変わりますか?
教えてください。
A: 普通に皆が「I don't have a licence」と言っています。でも、「I have no licence.」も大丈夫。「I not have a licence.」は大丈夫じゃない。 Not -> 「じゃない」のような感じる "That's not fair!", "This is NOT okay!", etc.

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