Green-lit



verb (used with object), green-lighted or green-lit, green-lighting.
1.
to give permission to proceed; authorize:
The renovation project was green-lighted by the board of directors.

verb

To approve; sanction: Who in the world thought that Levinson’s screenplay should be green-lighted? (1968+)

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