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ad·mis·sion  (d-mshn)
n.
1.
a. The act of admitting or allowing to enter.
b. The state of being allowed to enter.
2. Right to enter; access.
3. The price required or paid for entering; an entrance fee.
4. A confession, as of having committed a crime.
5. A voluntary acknowledgment of truth.
6. A fact or statement granted or admitted; a concession.

[Middle English, from Latin admissi, admissin-, from admissus, past participle of admittere, to admit; see admit.]

ad·missive (-msv) adj.
Usage Note: It is often maintained that admittance should be used only to refer to achieving physical access to a place (He was denied admittance to the courtroom), and that admission should be used for the wider sense of achieving entry to a group or institution (her admission to the club; China's admission to the United Nations). There is no harm in observing this distinction, though it is often ignored. But admission is much more common in the sense "a fee paid for the right of entry": The admission to the movie was five dollars.

admission (ədˈmɪʃən)
n
1. permission to enter or the right, authority, etc, to enter
2. the price charged for entrance
3. acceptance for a position, office, etc
4. a confession, as of a crime, mistake, etc
5. an acknowledgment of the truth or validity of something
[C15: from Latin admissiōn-, from admittere to admit]
adˈmissive adj
ad•mis•sion (ædˈmɪʃ ən)

n.
1. the act of allowing to enter; entrance granted, as by permission or monetary means.
2. right or permission to enter: to grant admission.
3. the price paid for entrance, as to a theater.
4. the act or condition of being received or accepted in a profession, office, etc.
5. confession of a charge, error, or crime; acknowledgment.
6. an acknowledgment of the truth of something.
7. a point or statement admitted; concession.
[1400–50; < Latin admissiō=admitt(ere) to admit + -tiō -tion]
ad•mis′sive (-ˈmɪs ɪv) adj.
Thesaurus Legend:  Synonyms Related Words Antonyms
Noun1.admission - the act of admitting someone to enteradmission - the act of admitting someone to enter; "the surgery was performed on his second admission to the clinic"
incoming, ingress, entering, entrance, entry - the act of entering; "she made a grand entrance"
readmission - the act of admitting someone again; "the surgery was performed on his readmission to the clinic"
matric, matriculation - admission to a group (especially a college or university)
2.admission - an acknowledgment of the truth of somethingadmission - an acknowledgment of the truth of something
acknowledgement, acknowledgment - a statement acknowledging something or someone; "she must have seen him but she gave no sign of acknowledgment"; "the preface contained an acknowledgment of those who had helped her"
confession - an admission of misdeeds or faults
3.admission - the fee charged for admissionadmission - the fee charged for admission        
fee - a fixed charge for a privilege or for professional services
4.admission - the right to enteradmission - the right to enter                  
right - an abstract idea of that which is due to a person or governmental body by law or tradition or nature; "they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights"; "Certain rights can never be granted to the government but must be kept in the hands of the people"- Eleanor Roosevelt; "a right is not something that somebody gives you; it is something that nobody can take away"
door - anything providing a means of access (or escape); "we closed the door to Haitian immigrants"; "education is the door to success"

admission
noun
1. admittance, access, entry, introduction, entrance, acceptance, initiation, entrée, ingress There have been increases in hospital admissions of children.
2. entry fee, entry, entrance, entrance fee, admission fee, entry charge Gates open at 9 and admission is free.
Translations
admission [ədˈmɪʃən]
A. N
1. (to building) → entrada f
admission is free on Sundaysla entrada es gratuita los domingos
"admission free"entrada gratis
"no admission"prohibida la entrada, se prohíbe la entrada
we gained admission by a windowlogramos entrar por una ventana
2. (to institution as member) → ingreso m (to en)
3. (= acknowledgement) → confesión f, reconocimiento m
it would be an admission of defeatsería un reconocimiento de la derrota, sería reconocer la derrota
by or on his own admissionél mismo lo reconoce
he made an admission of guilthizo una confesión de culpabilidad, se confesó culpable
B. CPD admission fee Ncuota f de entrada
admissions form N (US) (Univ) → impreso m de matrícula
admissions office N (US) (Univ) → secretaría f

admission [ədˈmɪʃən] n
(= admittance) (to college)admission f; (to country)entrée f; (to exhibition, night club etc)entrée f
Poland wanted admission to the European Community
BUT La Pologne a voulu entrer dans l'Union européenne.
hospital admissions → admissions hospitalières
increases in hospital admissions → l'augmentation des admissions hospitalières
admission to hospital → admission à l'hôpital, hospitalisation f
to gain admission → être admis(e)
to gain admission to → être admis(e) dans
"admission free", "free admission" → "entrée libre"
"admission £2.50" → "entrée £2.50"
(= confession) → aveu m
by his own admission → de son propre aveu
an admission of guilt → un aveu de culpabilité
an admission of failure → un aveu d'échec
admission charge n (to club)droits mpl d'admission; (to museum, concert)prix m d'entrée
admission fee n (to club, organization)droits mpl d'admission; (to museum, concert)prix m d'entrée
admission price n (to club, organization)droits mpl d'admission; (to museum, concert)prix m d'entrée
admissions office n [university] → bureau m des inscriptions
admissions tutor n [university] → responsable dans université, faculté)mf des inscriptions >

admission
n
(= entry)Zutritt m; (to university) → Zulassung f; (to hospital) → Einlieferung f (→ to in +acc); (= price)Eintritt m; no admission to minorsZutritt für Minderjährige verboten; to gain admission to a buildingZutritt zu einem Gebäude erhalten; he had gained admission to a whole new worlder hatte Zugang zu einer ganz neuen Welt gefunden; a visa is necessary for admission to the countryfür die Einreise ist ein Visum nötig; unrestricted admission to a countryunbegrenzte Einreiseerlaubnis; admission feeEintrittspreis m
(Jur, of evidence etc) → Zulassung f
(= confession)Eingeständnis nt; on or by his own admissionnach eigenem Eingeständnis; that would be an admission of failuredas hieße, sein Versagen eingestehen

admission [ədˈmɪʃn] n
a. (entry, to society, school) → ammissione f; (to exhibition, night club, building) → entrata, ingresso; (price) → prezzo del biglietto (d'ingresso)
"admission free" or "free admission" → "ingresso gratuito"
b. (confession) → ammissione f, confessione f
it would be an admission of defeat → sarebbe come dichiararsi sconfitto
by his own admission → per sua ammissione

admission دُخُول přijetí adgang Einlass άδεια εισόδου entrada pääsymaksu admission prijem ingresso 入場 입장 toegang adgang wstęp admissão допуск tillträde การอนุญาตให้เข้า kabul sự cho vào 入场

admission
n.  [to a hospital] ingreso; internación, admisión;  ___ diagnosis → diagnóstico del ___.


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Now, the admission of the people to any share in the government should either be (as I said before) regulated by a census, or else, as at Thebes, allowed to those who for a certain time have ceased from any mechanic employment, or as at Massalia, where they are chosen according to their worth, whether citizens or foreigners.
And if your misfortune should prove to be one of those that refuse admission to any sort of consolation, it was my purpose to join you in lamenting and mourning over it, so far as I could; for it is still some comfort in misfortune to find one who can feel for it.
Equally out of the question: since I could not pay for admission to the prepared place of accommodation for distinguished people, and could not accept a charitable free pass, in consequence of my high connections.
 
 
 
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