n. a licence to print money：一本万利的
Running a television company may no longer be a licence to print money, but it is still highly rewarding.
`Dropping the charges has given racists a licence to kill,' said Jim's aunt.
The ANC claimed the curfew gave licence to the police to hunt people as if they were animals.
Payne lost his driving licence a year ago for drink-driving.
The painting was returned to Spain on a temporary import licence.
It gained a licence to operate as a bank in 1981.
He lost his licence after a second drunk-driving conviction.
a company which made the Mig-21 jet fighter under licence from Russia
They had it built under licence in Switzerland.