Definition of admittance
1a : the act or process of admittingb : permission to enter
2 : the reciprocal of the impedance of a circuit
Examples of admittance in a Sentence
He tried to enter the restaurant but was refused admittance.
They opposed the admittance of women into the club.
The sign said “No Admittance.”
Recent Examples of admittance from the Web
Their request was put on hold while country-club members debated whether Brady and Bündchen’s admittance would attract too much attention to the private institution.
Cost to attend is $12 per adult, $6 per children ages 12 and younger and free admittance for preschoolers.
Pamina and Tamino endure trials of fire and water for admittance to the brotherhood.
A woman who answered the phone in the hospital's admittance office, who gave only her first name as Morgan, said that an alert went out to staff members around 3 p.m. ordering them to shelter in place.
How one gains admittance into the Royal Enclosure is part of the mystique of Royal Ascot.
While waiting for an answer there was time to examine the gate signs, which proclaimed the existence of a private club and denied admittance save by permission.
The Hawks allowed any goat who showed up to Memorial Stadium free admittance, and 11 came with their owners.
The addition, designed to expedite the patients' process from admittance through discharge, more than triples the hospital's emergency room capacity.
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First Known Use of admittance
ADMITTANCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of admittance for English Language Learners
: permission to enter a place or to become a member of a club, group, etc. : permission to be admitted
ADMITTANCE Defined for Kids
Definition of admittance for Students
: permission to enter
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