licensee

or li·cen·cee

[ lahy-suh n-see ]
/ ˌlaɪ sənˈsi /

noun

a person, company, etc., to whom a license is granted or issued.

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Origin of licensee

First recorded in 1865–70; license + -ee
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British Dictionary definitions for licensee

licensee
/ (ˌlaɪsənˈsiː) /

noun

a person who holds a licence, esp one to sell alcoholic drink
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