Definition of runtime license in English:

runtime license

Syllabification: run·time li·cense

noun

  • A relatively broad software license enabling the holder to operate software on a network and in some cases to distribute it with other products.
    More example sentences
    • At the time of publication, they had not yet announced pricing details for the run-time licenses or the Developer Kit.

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