Leisure n. the quality of the work you love, the cause of thanksgiving: recreational art that is taught more for pleasure than for use, such as teeth, fencing, horseback riding. An accepted word is “amenity” with the meaning of “understanding” or “agreement.” At first, “Amenity” meant “pleasant moment,” “fun,” “pleasure,” “entertainment,” or “fun.” Hence the terms “play and leisure spaces” or “leisure trips.” AGRENNT, Leisure, s. n. 1. (Especially in place of the WO.) Have fun, have fun. Leisure trips. 2. (With respect to the verbs “give” or “ask”), the approval, date or request of the government of a country for the appointment of diplomatic representatives. The government approved the appointment of the plenipotentiary minister of the German R.D. AGRENNT, Leisure, s.

n. 1. Pleasure, pleasure. 2. Authorization issued or requested by the government of a country for the appointment of diplomatic representatives. – By approval. Disclaimer: The text of the EU-Vietnam trade agreement, presented on this website, is the text at the end of the negotiations submitted by the European Commission and is published exclusively for informational purposes. The agreement presented in this document is not binding under international law and will not be binding until the ratification process has been completed by each party, in accordance with internal legal procedures. AGRE-NNT s.n. 1. Pleasure, pleasure.

2. (I swear) consent, consent, consent; (in diplomacy) international agreement between the parties to regulate legal relations; agreement of one state for the appointment of diplomatic representatives of another state. [Pl. -te. / < en. accord, cf. the agreement. Therefore, according to the dictionary, a statement such as "I obtained permission from the supervisory authority with great effort" is correct.

As far as I am concerned, I will continue to favour the option “I got the inspector`s approval with a great deal of effort,” but it is a personal option and nothing more. Language, isn`t it?, evolving. But for some time now, “Amenity” has been enriched with legal and even political-diplomatic meanings. Legally, it meant “consent” or “consent.” Politically and diplomatically, “amenity” means “the agreement of one state to appoint diplomatic representatives of another state.”