Definition of "sublicense"
  1. A permit granted by someone who already has a license, which conveys some or all of the rights they obtained from their initial permit, such as patent-related rights
How to use "sublicense" in a sentence
  1. The software company decided to sublicense their cutting-edge technology to a startup.
  2. To promote wider usage of their patented process, the company entered into several sublicense agreements.
  3. Evidence of the legal sublicense was required to prove that the new company was not infringing the original patent.

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