Definition of "may"
  1. Expresses permission or a possibility, contrasted with 'shall' that dictates a requirement or obligation
How to use "may" in a sentence
  1. In the agreement, the company may decide to increase prices.
  2. The regulation states that the individual may choose to opt-out if desired.
  3. The clause clarifies that the tenant may vacate the property before the lease period ends.

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