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somebody’s say-so

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsomebody’s say-sosomebody’s say-so informalsomeone’s permission to do something You can’t leave the hospital without the say-so of the doctor. say-so
Examples from the Corpus
somebody’s say-soKathleen evidently ran things around the office and nothing could be done without her say-so.Nobody here leaves without my say-so.Tell him he can use the car, but only on my say-so.
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