Definition of grantee
: one to whom a grant is made
Recent Examples of grantee from the Web
The Dutch Organization for Scientific Research this week announced the scheme’s first nine grantees; all of them plan to replicate a study that had a major impact in their field but also raised questions—or eyebrows—for some reason.
Mary E. Rodman and four other city schools, along with a Prince George's County middle school, will receive nearly $6.6 million as the final grantees.
Specifically, the study recommended that grantees report any successes and public benefits that come from their research as far as five to 10 years after the research had been concluded.
The goal of the new grants was to focus on strategies and programs that grantees could share with each other to better position themselves for audiences of the 21st century.
Adrienne Parkmond, Chief Operating Officer of The WorkPlace, said York is one of 11 grantees across the country to receive funding for the program.
That grantee gets $20,000 a year for three years to help with continued work.
That would mean grantees get less money to support administration, equipment, libraries, IT, lighting, heating and electricity.
At this year’s gala, grantees received the necklaces.
These example sentences are selected automatically from various online news sources to reflect current usage of the word 'grantee.' Views expressed in the examples do not represent the opinion of Merriam-Webster or its editors. Send us feedback.
First Known Use of grantee
Financial Definition of GRANTEE
What It Is
In the legal world, a grantee is a person who receives something.
How It Works
Why It Matters
Grantees receive title and claim to assets of all kinds: stock options, real estate, or the legal use of some sort of asset. In contracts and other agreements, it is important to understand who exactly the grantee is.
Legal Definition of grantee
: one to whom a grant is made; specifically : one to whom a grant by deed is made
Learn More about grantee
Seen and Heard
What made you want to look up grantee? Please tell us where you read or heard it (including the quote, if possible).