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He retrieved it quickly, but the harm was done, the admission made. Loraine, Philip LOADED QUESTIONS (2002)Truth, in his book, seems to constitute at worst an admission of defeat, at best a loss of face. Gagman, Maurice DOUBTFUL MOTIVES (2002)Then compressed her lips as though regretting the admission. Fraser, Anthea DEATH SPEAKS SOFTLY (2002)Trauma counseling would follow, but for now, Savannah was fit for admission. Jefferson Parker SILENT JOE (2002)

Synonyms of 'admission'

entry fee, entry, entrance, entrance fee

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Translations for 'admission'

British English: admission /ədˈmɪʃən/ NOUN
entrance If you gain admission to a place or organization, you are allowed to enter it or join it.
Students apply for admission to a particular college.
  • American English: admission
  • 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
  • European Portuguese: admissão
  • Romanian: admitere
  • Russian: допуск
  • Spanish: entrada admisión
  • Swedish: tillträde
  • Thai: การอนุญาตให้เข้า
  • Turkish: kabul
  • Ukrainian: вступ
  • Vietnamese: sự cho vào
British English: admission NOUN
statement of truth An admission is a statement that something bad, unpleasant, or embarrassing is true.
By his own admission, he is not playing well.
British English: admission NOUN
fee Admission at a park, museum, or other place is the amount of money that you pay to enter it.
Gates open at 10:30 a.m. and admission is free.

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