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readmit

(ˌriːədˈmɪt)
vb (tr) , -mits, -mitting or -mitted
to allow (someone) to enter or be admitted again

readmit


Past participle: readmitted
Gerund: readmitting

Imperative
readmit
readmit
Present
I readmit
you readmit
he/she/it readmits
we readmit
you readmit
they readmit
Preterite
I readmitted
you readmitted
he/she/it readmitted
we readmitted
you readmitted
they readmitted
Present Continuous
I am readmitting
you are readmitting
he/she/it is readmitting
we are readmitting
you are readmitting
they are readmitting
Present Perfect
I have readmitted
you have readmitted
he/she/it has readmitted
we have readmitted
you have readmitted
they have readmitted
Past Continuous
I was readmitting
you were readmitting
he/she/it was readmitting
we were readmitting
you were readmitting
they were readmitting
Past Perfect
I had readmitted
you had readmitted
he/she/it had readmitted
we had readmitted
you had readmitted
they had readmitted
Future
I will readmit
you will readmit
he/she/it will readmit
we will readmit
you will readmit
they will readmit
Future Perfect
I will have readmitted
you will have readmitted
he/she/it will have readmitted
we will have readmitted
you will have readmitted
they will have readmitted
Future Continuous
I will be readmitting
you will be readmitting
he/she/it will be readmitting
we will be readmitting
you will be readmitting
they will be readmitting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been readmitting
you have been readmitting
he/she/it has been readmitting
we have been readmitting
you have been readmitting
they have been readmitting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been readmitting
you will have been readmitting
he/she/it will have been readmitting
we will have been readmitting
you will have been readmitting
they will have been readmitting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been readmitting
you had been readmitting
he/she/it had been readmitting
we had been readmitting
you had been readmitting
they had been readmitting
Conditional
I would readmit
you would readmit
he/she/it would readmit
we would readmit
you would readmit
they would readmit
Past Conditional
I would have readmitted
you would have readmitted
he/she/it would have readmitted
we would have readmitted
you would have readmitted
they would have readmitted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.readmit - admit anew; "The refugee was readmitted into his home country"
allow in, intromit, let in, admit - allow to enter; grant entry to; "We cannot admit non-members into our club building"; "This pipe admits air"
2.readmit - admit again or anew; "After paying a penalty, the player was readmitted"
let in, admit, include - 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"
Translations

readmit

[ˈriːədˈmɪt] VTreadmitir, volver a admitir
References in classic literature ?
To conclude, Ricote liberally recompensed and rewarded as well the renegade as the men who had rowed; and the renegade effected his readmission into the body of the Church and was reconciled with it, and from a rotten limb became by penance and repentance a clean and sound one.
They apply most forcibly to the scheme of a perpetual exclusion; but when we consider that even a partial exclusion would always render the readmission of the person a remote and precarious object, the observations which have been made will apply nearly as fully to one case as to the other.
Upon the following day at noon, Mrs Jarley established herself behind the highly-ornamented table, attended by the distinguished effigies before mentioned, and ordered the doors to be thrown open for the readmission of a discerning and enlightened public.
Mr Plornish, with a modest disavowal of his merits, opened the room door for her readmission, and followed her in with such an exceedingly bald pretence of not having been out at all, that her father might have observed it without being very suspicious.
Outcomes for each member of this cohort were statistically compared to the 30-day mortality and readmissions and 365-day mortality rates of ten controls derived from CMS data and matched for demographics, comorbidities, and time of treatment.
The team was looking for unplanned readmissions to the hospital within 30 days of the patient's discharge.
Preventable readmissions are linked to multiple negative factors - like early mortality, increased stress among patients and their family, and not to mention, even higher health care costs.
When the Affordable Care Act established the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program, there was fear that penalizing hospitals for excess readmissions would end up punishing patients with heart failure, heart attack, and pneumonia.
On its Nursing Home Compare website, the Federal government has added a skilled nursing facility (SNF) historical track record of 30-day hospital readmissions in its ratings of care quality.
According to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS, 2016), HF accounts for an estimated 25% of all-cause readmissions in Medicare recipients.
The researchers determined that patients with diabetes are admitted to the hospital and experience unplanned readmissions for a wide range of reasons, similar to patients without diabetes.
In this analysis, cost findings associated with a transitional care model aimed at reducing hospital readmissions in cardiac patients and as part of a larger outcomes study of the advanced practice registered nurse (APRN)-managed Bridging the Discharge Gap Effectively (BRIDGE) program are reported.