ad·mis·sion noun \əd-ˈmi-shən, ad-\
: the act of admitting or allowing something
: a statement or action by which someone admits a weakness, fault, etc.
: the right or permission to enter a place
a : the act or process of admitting
b : the state or privilege of being admitted
c : a fee paid at or for admission
a : the granting of an argument or position not fully proved
b : acknowledgment that a fact or statement is true
— ad·mis·sive \-ˈmi-siv\ adjective
Examples of ADMISSION
- the admission of evidence in a court of law
- His statement was interpreted as an admission of failure.
- They opposed the admission of women into the club.
- Her injuries were serious enough to require hospital admission.
- a large number of hospital admissions
- The school's standards of admission are high.
- He submitted an application for admission to the school.
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