Ask [prefix] [infix] [suffix] permission.
With the above a grammatical and logical statement, what is [whole]?
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There's a somewhat uncommon English word which satisfies this statement:
THEREFOR, a word meaning 'for, or in exchange for this/that' in the sense of "You've returned this item so I'll give you a refund therefor." (NB This is a different meaning to the more commonly used but similar-appearing 'therefore'...)
The statement then becomes: Ask THE_ REF _FOR permission. This would be perfectly valid in the context of a sports match where a player is advised to speak to the referee (commonly, 'ref') with a request...
I'd like to build a place to relax... I'll need to ask
for rest station
What could be more relaxing than
building it in the middle of some natural forestation
If there's not enough in my area, perhaps I need to ask
for rest land
permission. I can then
plant some trees to make some more forestland.