admits, 3rd person singular present; admitted, past tense; admitting, present participle; admitted, past participle;
Confess to be true or to be the case, typically with reluctance
the office finally admitted that several prisoners had been injured
I have to admit I was relieved when he left
“I am feeling pretty tired,” Jan admitted
she admitted her terror of physical contact
Confess to (a crime or fault, or one's responsibility for it)
he was sentenced to prison after admitting 47 charges of burglary
he had admitted to a long history of sexual misconduct
Acknowledge (a failure or fault)
after searching for an hour, she finally had to admit defeat
he admits to having lied
Allow (someone) to enter a place
senior citizens are admitted free to the museum
(of a ticket) Give (someone) the right to enter a place
the voucher admits up to four people to the theme park
Carry out the procedures necessary for (someone) to be received into a hospital for treatment
she was admitted to the hospital suffering from a chest infection
Allow (a person, country, or organization) to join an organization or group
Canada was admitted to the League of Nations
Allow (someone) to share in a privilege
the doctrine held that only a chosen few were admitted to the covenant
Accept as valid
the courts can refuse to admit police evidence which has been illegally obtained
Allow the possibility of
the need to inform him was too urgent to admit of further delay
declare to be true or admit the existence or reality or truth of; "He admitted his errors"; "She acknowledged that she might have forgotten"
allow to enter; grant entry to; "We cannot admit non-members into our club building"; "This pipe admits air"
allow participation in or the right to be part of; permit to exercise the rights, functions, and responsibilities of; "admit someone to the profession"; "She was admitted to the New Jersey Bar"
accept: admit into a group or community; "accept students for graduate study"; "We'll have to vote on whether or not to admit a new member"
afford possibility; "This problem admits of no solution"; "This short story allows of several different interpretations"
give access or entrance to; "The French doors admit onto the yard"
(Admission (law)) An admission in the law of evidence is a prior statement by an adverse party which can be admitted into evidence over a hearsay objection. In general, admissions are admissible in criminal and civil cases.
To allow to enter; to grant entrance, whether into a place, or into the mind, or consideration; to receive; to take; To allow (one) to enter on an office or to enjoy a privilege; to recognize as qualified for a franchise; To concede as true; to acknowledge or assent to, as an allegation which ...
(Admits) The number of admissions to a hospital including outpatient and inpatient facilities.
(Admitted) A possible response of the defendant to the complaint which accepts the facts of the averment are true.
(Admitted) accepted by the American Poultry Association as having conformed to its requirements, and placed in its Standard.
(Admitting) Be sure the right labels are given to parents
(Admission) Students who have completed and filed the College Admission Form and received a student number are admitted to the College and are eligible to register for classes.
(Admission) Certain swim meets charge for spectators to view the meets. These are usually the larger more prestigious meets. Sometimes the meet program (heat sheet) is included in the price of admission.
(Admission) The physical arrival of goods into a zone in a specified zone status with the appropriate approvals of the zone grantee and the U.S. Bureau of Customs and Border Protection. ...
(admission) a registered patient, usually admitted for at least 24 hours, to a hospital, skilled nursing facility or other health care facility.
(Admission) The acceptance of an applicant for enrollment.
(Admission) Entry into the United States is authorized by a Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officer. When you come from abroad and first arrive in the U.S, the visa allows you to travel to the port-of entry and request permission to enter the U.S. ...
(admission) A statement tending to establish the guilt or liability of the person making the statement.
(Admission) This refers to the eligibility of a person for a session of Bingo.
(Admission) To be eligible to enter a bingo hall and/or participate in a bingo game.
(admission) Approval for a student to attend an educational institution. The admission process usually involves an application form and may require transcripts or other supporting documents.
Admission in immigration terms is defined as the lawful entry into the U.S. after inspection and authorization by an immigration officer.
(Admission) The process of being allowed to enter a degree program.
(Admission) The processes of applying to and evaluating applications for acceptance to College programs. The admission process is separate from the process of registering for courses.