An expression granting permission; an indication of agreement with a proposal; an acknowledgement that a person, thing, or event meets requirements. (noun)
Examples of word approval
On the House side, Speaker Nancy Pelosi insists a Democratic proposal that includes the public option will win approval from the full chamber, despite squabbling among House Democrats over the measure's cost.
Once each chamber passes a bill, a conference committee will merge the two measures into a single proposal that must win approval from the legislators before going to Obama.
Not the way to lead and not the way to win approval from the voters for whom you work.
The 48 percent approval is a 7 point drop in approval from last month.
Part of the slip in approval is because of republican-lite "Blue Dogs."
It would certainly lengthen the time required to obtain approval from the FDA to license new medicines, and it would have a catastrophic impact on the huge and growing backlog at the U.S. Patents Office.
First, Ehrlich knows it would be extremely unlikely to win approval from the Democratic-dominated General Assembly.
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