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

The meaning of "Granted" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Granted mean?
A: It depends on context. It can mean different things in different contexts. BUT just by itself, with a capital "G" and followed by a period or a comma, it means something like "I concede that point (what you just said)" or "I am willing to admit the truth of what you just said." Of course, such concession is often followed by a "But ...." :-)
Q: What does Granted mean?
A: What is the context?
Q: What does Granted mean?
A: To be given. Similar to concedido in Spanish.
Q: What does Granted mean?
A: Concedido

Example sentences using "Granted"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Granted.
A: Not popular except for this phrase. Take for granted. Don’t take my love for granted. The genie granted me three wishes.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Granted... .however......
A: Granted he is a native speaker, however his grammar is really horrible.

He was granted an award for his service, however he was not able to accept
Q: Please show me example sentences with "Granted ..., ".
A: At the beginning of a sentence, you can use this to acknowledge contrasting information. It's often then followed by a justification.
"He's a good student and usually does well. Granted, he did fail that one test, but I think there were good reasons for that."
"The weather where I live is perfect. Granted, there was a thunder shower last week, but April showers bring May flowers, right?"

It's also interchangeable with "given" (as in "given that")
"Granted that he has done nothing wrong, he should be set free."
"Granted the lack of evidence, we cannot come to that conclusion."

Synonyms of "Granted" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Granted, ... and Of course, ... ?
A: Granted, ...[one perspective]..., but [opposing perspective].

Granted, it was a good idea in theory, but it was never going to work.

Granted, TV isn't good for you, but at least it kept him distracted for a while.


When you start a sentence with "Of course," it can sometimes also be the same format of
"Of course, ...[one perspective]..., but [opposing perspective]."
But - unlike 'Granted' - it doesn't HAVE to be followed by this format.

Hope this helps?
Q: What is the difference between Granted that... and Given that... ?
A: both are used in the same way. Grant is a synonym of give.

Other questions about "Granted"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce Grant/
Granted.
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