French translation of 'admission'
- (= admittance)
- (to college)
- (to country)
- (to exhibition, night club etc)
⇒ Poland wanted admission to the European Community.
La Pologne a voulu entrer dans l'Union européenne.
⇒ increases in hospital admissions
l'augmentation des admissions hospitalièresadmission to hospital
admission à l'hôpital,
hospitalisation fto gain admission
être admis(e)to gain admission to
être admis(e) dans"admission free" or "free admission"
"entrée libre""admission £2.50"
- (to college)
- (= confession)
aveu mby his own admission
de son propre aveuan admission of guilt
un aveu de culpabilitéan admission of failure
un aveu d'échec
Example Sentences Including 'admission'
He retrieved it quickly, but the harm was done, the admission made.Loaded Questions
Truth, in his book, seems to constitute at worst an admission of defeat, at best a loss of face.Doubtful Motives
Then compressed her lips as though regretting the admission.Death Speaks Softly
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'admission' in Other Languages
- Arabic: دُخُول
- Brazilian Portuguese: admissão
- Chinese: 入场
- Croatian: prijem
- Czech: přijetí
- Danish: adgang
- Dutch: toegang
- European Spanish: entrada admisión
- Finnish: pääsymaksu
- French: admission
- German: Einlass
- Greek: άδεια εισόδου
- Italian: ingresso
- Japanese: 入場
- Korean: 입장 입장하다
- Norwegian: adgang
- Polish: wstęp
- Portuguese: admissão
- Romanian: admitere admiteri
- Russian: допуск
- Spanish: entrada admisión
- Swedish: tillträde
- Thai: การอนุญาตให้เข้า
- Turkish: kabul
- Ukrainian: вступ
- Vietnamese: sự cho vào
Translation of admission from the Collins English to French Dictionary