Definition of issuance in English:



mass noun
  • 1The action of supplying or distributing something, especially for official purposes.

    ‘construction cannot be commenced prior to the issuance of a building permit’
    ‘issuance of government bonds’
    • ‘Officers who were involved in the issuance of the voters cards have complained against the nonpayment of their allowances by the electoral commission.’
    • ‘Incentives would be introduced, including special issuance of visas for potential investors.’
    • ‘Companies should consult with counsel about the application of corporate and securities laws to the issuance of new stock.’
    • ‘She said her ministry had decentralized the issuance of title deeds to speed up the process.’
    • ‘In theory, skilled authorities would regulate the issuance of paper money, increasing its quantity to foster desired economic growth.’
    • ‘Pending issuance of the certificate, the corporation's dissolution is considered conditional.’
    • ‘The conference will conclude with the issue of maintaining air quality through issuance of burning permits in Wyoming.’
    • ‘This delayed the issuance of their green cards for many years.’
    • ‘The activities at this office have become costly because of the movements to expedite the issuance and processing of passports.’
    • ‘It is incumbent upon the applicant to show compelling community support for the issuance of a new license.’
    1. 1.1 The action of formally making something known.
      ‘issuance of a public notice’
      ‘the president announced the issuance of new guidelines’
      • ‘Mass rallies have sprouted in the country's second-largest city following the issuance of the warning memorandum by the legislature.’
      • ‘He said he is seeking sponsors for a motion in the legislature to make the issuance of an emergency decree.’
      • ‘The bank chief said the discussion would focus on a way to push for the issuance of the two new acts.’
      • ‘The company today asked the appeals court to postpone issuance of the mandate until the Supreme Court acts.’
      • ‘The meeting was expected to wrap up late last night with the issuance of a formal statement.’
      • ‘The regular issuance of a statement became an official feature of the committee's procedures in January 2000.’
      • ‘This wish is warranted to perform within the usual implication of good tidings for a period of one year, or until the issuance of a subsequent holiday greeting.’
      • ‘Future efforts to increase good corporate practices would be centered on the issuance of orders rather than relying on institutions to make the improvements.’
      • ‘The government will also accelerate the issuance of new legislation to protect holders of the smart cards regarding access to their reserved information.’
      • ‘Customs will delay the issuance of implementation instructions until October 1, and until instructions are received, no claims for preferential treatment will be accepted.’