To transfer the title or possession of in any formal way, specifically for a sufficient or valuable consideration; give or make over; especially, to convey by deed or writing.To bestow or confer, particularly in answer to prayer or request.To allow; permit.To assent to; answer in the affirmative.To admit to be true; concede, as something obvious or not required to be proved; accept or concede without proof.Synonyms andConfer, Bestow, etc. See give.To consent; assent; give permission or countenance.n. A promise; a thing promised.n. The act of granting; a conferring or conceding.n. A thing granted or conferred; a boon; especially, something conveyed by deed or patent: often used of tracts of land granted to colonists, railroad companies, etc.n. In law: Originally, a creating or transferring by deed: used in reference to mere rights, estates in expectancy, and incorporeal property, which could not be delivered.n. In modern use, a conveyance in writing of such things as cannot pass or be transferred by word only, as land, rents, reversions, tithes, etc.n. An admission of something as true.n. In brewing, a copper or iron vessel into which the wort flows from the clarifying battery, and from which it is lifted into the wort-pan.A Middle English form of grand.