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ad·mis·si·ble

 (ăd-mĭs′ə-bəl)
adj.
1. Capable of being accepted; allowable: admissible evidence.
2. Worthy of admission.

ad·mis′si·bil′i·ty, ad·mis′si·ble·ness n.
ad·mis′si·bly adv.

admissible

(ədˈmɪsəbəl)
adj
1. able or deserving to be considered or allowed
2. deserving to be admitted or allowed to enter
3. (Law) law (esp of evidence) capable of being or bound to be admitted in a court of law
adˌmissiˈbility, adˈmissibleness n

ad•mis•si•ble

(ædˈmɪs ə bəl)

adj.
1. able to be allowed or conceded; allowable.
2. worthy of being admitted: admissible evidence.
[1605–15]
ad•mis`si•bil′i•ty, ad•mis′si•ble•ness, n.
ad•mis′si•bly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.admissible - deserving to be admittedadmissible - deserving to be admitted; "admissible evidence"
inadmissible - not deserving to be admitted; "inadmissible evidence"

admissible

adjective permissible, allowed, permitted, acceptable, tolerated, tolerable, passable, allowable Convictions will rise now that photographic evidence is admissible.
unacceptable, intolerable, disallowed, inadmissible

admissible

adjective
1. Capable of being accepted:
2. Capable of being allowed:
Slang: kosher.
Translations
مَقْبُول، جَدِير بِالقُبُول
přípustnýpřijatelný
gyldig
gildur, lögmætur
prípustný

admissible

[ədˈmɪsəbl] ADJadmisible, aceptable

admissible

[ədˈmɪsɪbəl] adj
(LAW) [evidence] → recevable
(= acceptable) → acceptable

admissible

adjzulässig; admissible as evidenceals Beweismittel zulässig

admissible

[ədˈmɪsəbl] adjammissibile

admit

(ədˈmit) past tense, past participle adˈmitted verb
1. to allow to enter. This ticket admits one person.
2. to say that one accepts as true. He admitted (that) he was wrong.
adˈmissible (-səbl) adjective
allowable. admissible evidence.
adˈmission (-ʃən) noun
1. being allowed to enter; entry. They charge a high price for admission.
2. (an) act of accepting the truth of (something). an admission of guilt.
adˈmittance noun
the right or permission to enter. The notice said `No admittance'.
adˈmittedly adverb
as is generally accepted. Admittedly, she is not well.
References in classic literature ?
The scalp was the only admissible trophy of victory.
If it were admissible to contradict a lady," said the gallant Mr.
The preceding train of observation will justify the position which has been elsewhere laid down, that "A CONCURRENT JURISDICTION in the article of taxation was the only admissible substitute for an entire subordination, in respect to this branch of power, of State authority to that of the Union.
On the contrary, it cannot be unknown to the authors of the fallacy themselves, that the British Constitution fixes no limit whatever to the discretion of the legislature, and that the American ties down the legislature to two years, as the longest admissible term.
The only aim that seemed admissible to him now was to deceive Adam to the utmost: to make Adam think better of him than he deserved.
As regards texture, the Saxony is alone admissible.
But as records of courts of justice are admissible, it can easily
Silk is positively not admissible in deep mourning.
It is also clear that we must be able to find such a new interpretation if our theory is to be admissible.
There it lay, a tranquil sea or lake without water, if such a simile be admissible, with the day going down upon it: a few birds wheeling here and there: and solitude and silence reigning paramount around.
Under the terms of the letter, in exchange for 103,000,000 million of Strategy's common stock, Nexxus One will increase the underwriting capacity of Strategy by delivering $100 million in the form of an investment grade NAIC equity admissible bond.
According to an official document placed in the Parliament, the payment of Rs 50,000 is admissible to each serving/retired and deceased government servant on the marriage of only one child since April 21,