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[owtorg'ar] v. to approve, sanction; (jur.) to grant; to warrant; to consent.
adj.2g.s.2g. (sXIII cf. AGC) que ou aquele que outorga, concede ou transfere alguma coisa a alguém; outorgador <o o. pode passar recibo e delegar poder> ¤ etim outorgar + -nte; ver aug-; f.hist. sXIII outorgante, sXIII houtorgante, sXIII ottorguante
The person giving the power of attorney is called the 'principal'. The person to whom the power is given is called 'attorney in fact' or an 'agent'.
airmailrpl Brazil Local time: 17:56 Native speaker of: English, Portuguese PRO pts in category: 146