Definitions and translations for "admit"

Definition of admit

1. To allow to enter; to grant entrance, whether into a place, or into the mind, or consideration; to receive; to take.
A ticket admits one into a playhouse.
They were admitted into his house.
To admit a serious thought into the mind
To admit evidence in the trial of a cause
2. To allow (one) to enter on an office or to enjoy a privilege; to recognize as qualified for a franchise.
To admit an attorney to practice law
The prisoner was admitted to bail
3. To concede as true; to acknowledge or assent to, as an allegation which it is impossible to deny; to own or confess.
The argument or fact is admitted
He admitted his guilt
She admitted taking drugs / she admitted to taking drugs
4. To be capable of; to permit. In this sense, "of" may be used after the verb, or may be omitted.
The words do not admit such a construction.
5. To give warrant or allowance, to grant opportunity or permission (+ of).
Circumstance do not admit of this
The text does not admit of this interpretation
6. To allow to enter a hospital or similar facility for treatment.
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English - English - admit

v. confess to something; allow entrance; accept as valid
v. admit, accept; acknowledge; pass, allow, assume; grant; initiate, sustain, own up

English - Spanish - admit

v. admitir, aceptar, acoger, confesar, recibir, reconocer; dar entrada a, dejar entrar; conceder

English - French - admit

v. admettre, reconnaître; laisser entrer(quelqu'un)

English - German - admit

v. zugeben

English - Indonesian - admit

v. mengakui, mengaku, mengizinkan masuk, menerima, memasukkan, memuat, mengenal, membenarkan, berlaku, masih dapat

English - Italian - admit

v. ammettere, far entrare, introdurre; essere valido; confessare, riconoscere; concedere; accogliere, accettare; contenere, aver posto per, ospitare

English - Polish - admit

v. przyjąć kogoś do czegoś, dozwolić, wpuszczać, wyznać, uznać, przyznać się do czegoś, pomieścić, dopuszczać, przypuszczać, przyznać, wpuścić, wyznawać, uznawać, pomieszczać, dopuścić, przypuścić, przyznawać

English - Portuguese - admit

v. admitir; permitir

English - Romanian - admit

v. lăsa să intre, permite, introduce, recunoaşte, mărturisi, admite, accepta, primi la învăţătură, tolera, primi dreptul de a practica medicina, omologa, consimţi, cuprinde

English - Russian - admit

г. признавать, допускать, соглашаться; впускать, впустить, вмещать; принимать, позволять

English - Turkish - admit

f. kabul etmek, itiraf etmek, almak, içeri almak, meydan vermek

English - Ukrainian - admit

v. визнавати, допускати, припускати, впускати, посада: давати право на посаду, дозволяти, вміщати, поступатися, погоджуватися, вміщувати, приймати

English - Dutch - admit

ww. toegeven, bekennen; toelaten

English - Greek - admit

ρήμ. παραδέχομαι, επιτρέπω την είσοδον, ομολογώ, εισάγω, αναγνωρίζω

English - Arabic - admit

‏سمح بالدخول، منحه حق الدخول، قبل، سلم، قبله في، إتسع ل، إعترف‏

English - Chinese - admit

(动) 允许进入, 承认, 接纳; 承认; 通向; 有余地, 容许

English - Chinese - admit

(動) 允許進入, 承認, 接納; 承認; 通向; 有餘地, 容許

English - Hindi - admit

v. प्रवेश की अनुमति देना, स्वीकार करना, अंगीकार करना, मान लेना

English - Japanese - admit

(動) 認める; 入れる; 入場を認める

English - Korean - admit

동. 인정하다, 시인하다, 승인하다; 입장을 허가하다, ...을 들이다; 허용하다

English - Vietnamese - admit

v. cho phép, nhận vào, thâu nạp, thừa nhận, chấp nhận, thú nhận
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Synonyms for admit
1. permit: assent, let, allow, grant, concede, bear, agree to
2. allow to enter: receive, entertain
3. acknowledge: avow, disclose, divulge, hold, confess, declare
Verb forms for admit
Present participle: admitting
Present: admit (3.person: admits)
Past: admitted
Future: will admit
Present conditional: would admit
Present Perfect: have admitted (3.person: has admitted)
Past Perfect: had admitted
Future Perfect: will have admitted
Past conditional: would have admitted