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ad·mit·tance

 (ăd-mĭt′ns)
n.
1. The act of admitting or entering: approved the admittance of new students into the college.
2. Permission to enter: a pass that guarantees admittance to the nightclub.
3. Symbol YElectricity The reciprocal of impedance.

admittance

(ədˈmɪtəns)
n
1. the right or authority to enter
2. the act of giving entrance
3. (Electronics) the act of giving entrance
4. (General Physics) the act of giving entrance
5. (Electrical Engineering) electrical engineering the reciprocal of impedance, usually measured in siemens. It can be expressed as a complex quantity, the real part of which is the conductance and the imaginary part the susceptance. Symbol: y

ad•mit•tance

(ædˈmɪt ns)

n.
1. permission or right to enter: admittance to the exhibit room.
2. an act of admitting.
3. actual entrance.
4. the measure of the ability of an electrical circuit to conduct an alternating current, consisting of two components, conductance and susceptance; the reciprocal of impedance. Symbol: Y
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.admittance - the right to enteradmittance - 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"
2.admittance - the act of admitting someone to enteradmittance - 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)

admittance

noun access, entry, way in, passage, entrance, reception, acceptance He is trying to gain admittance into medical school.

admittance

noun
1. The state of being allowed entry:
2. The right to enter or make use of:
Translations
إذْن بِالدُّخُولدُخُول
vstup
adgangadmittans
AdmittanzZugangZutritt
admittanssikulkulupakulkuoikeusmyöntäminensisäänkäynti
admitancijapristup
aîgangur
入場許可
입장
inträde
การอนุญาตให้เข้าได้
giriş hakkıgiriş izni/hakkı
vào/được phép vào

admittance

[ədˈmɪtəns] Nentrada f
to gain admittanceconseguir entrar
he was refused admittancese le negó la entrada
"no admittance"se prohíbe la entrada, prohibida la entrada

admittance

[ədˈmɪtəns] n (= entry) → entrée f
"no admittance" → "défense d'entrer"
no admittance to people under 18 → entrée interdite aux moins de 18 ans
to refuse sb admittance → refuser de laisser entrer qn
to gain admittance to sth → être admis(e) dans qch

admittance

n (to building) → Zutritt m(to zu), Einlass m (→ to in +acc); (to club) → Zulassung f(to zu), Aufnahme f (→ to in +acc); I gained admittance to the hallmir wurde der Zutritt zum Saal gestattet; I was denied admittancemir wurde der Zutritt verwehrt or verweigert; no admittance except on businessZutritt für Unbefugte verboten

admittance

[ədˈmɪtns] ningresso
they refused me admittance → mi hanno rifiutato il permesso di entrare
to gain admittance → riuscire a entrare
"no admittance" → "vietato l'ingresso"

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.

admittance

دُخُول vstup adgang Zugang είσοδος entrada sisäänpääsy droit d’entrée pristup ammissione 入場許可 입장 toelating adgang wstęp admissão доступ inträde การอนุญาตให้เข้าได้ giriş hakkı vào/được phép vào 准入

ad·mit·tance

n. entrada, admisión.
References in classic literature ?
I am about to leave you forever; give me, therefore, one last proof of your affection and fidelity, for, according to our holy religion, a married man seeking admittance at the gate of Heaven is required to swear that he has never defiled himself with an unworthy woman.
I am determined, you see, not to be denied admittance at Churchhill.
Yes (exclaimed I) I cannot help thinking it must be somebody who knocks for admittance.
Some think to bear it by speaking a great word, and being peremptory; and go on, and take by admittance, that which they cannot make good.
It was like the golden branch that gained AEneas and the Sibyl admittance into Hades.
exclaimed suddenly a child that stood crying at the door and knocking for admittance, while the rain poured down, and the wind made all the windows rattle.
When we arrived at the island, which was about eleven in the morning, one of the gentlemen who accompanied me went to the governor, and desired admittance for a stranger, who came on purpose to have the honour of attending on his highness.
Anyone who picked an apple gained admittance into the golden castle, and there in a silver room sat an enchanted Princess of surpassing fairness and beauty.
So he made haste and came running up to the door of the abbey, and knocked loudly for admittance.
Campaigns are wasted in reducing two or three frontier garrisons, to gain admittance into an enemy's country.
One of these was the house of Colette; and at his door our ill- starred John was presently beating for admittance.
After many fruitless attempts to gain admittance to the prison, he found a strongly grated window in an unguarded part of the building, which lighted the dungeon of the unfortunate Muhammadan, who, loaded with chains, waited in despair the execution of the barbarous sentence.