Adjective "admissions" definition and examples

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Definitions and examples


A statement acknowledging the truth of something.
  1. 'a tacit admission that things had gone wrong'
  2. 'By their own admission that is way beyond their technological grasp, and may remain forever out of reach.'
  3. 'The actor, by his own admission, claims that he has learnt to relax and take success and failure in his stride.'
  4. 'I start this piece with the admission that I have been an abject failure.'
  5. 'By his own admission that's one of his best qualities: to bring out the best in players who are maybe not as good as some in other teams.'
  6. 'Hours later, came the admission that in a way they were misleading.'
  7. 'But the admission that he lied is not enough to prove him guilty in the eyes of the court.'
  8. 'Indeed her case led to the admission that 500 children in the agency's care were missing.'
  9. 'What's refreshing is the admission that his campaign is at all vulnerable.'
  10. 'It would seem more likely that an apology and an admission would have yielded a shorter ban.'
  11. 'Jobs kicked off his spiel with the admission that the last seven months had been pretty ropy for the manufacturer.'
The process or fact of entering or being allowed to enter a place or organization.
  1. 'the country's admission to the UN'
  2. 'Seven required hospital admission and there were no deaths.'
  3. 'Data were collected from emergency department and hospital admission logs.'
  4. 'Notes for all child patients have been put onto computer to allow instant access upon admission.'
  5. 'However, that number was less than half of those actually processed for admission.'
  6. 'No doubt there are some very good arguments to be had about the need to reform the exam system, and the process of university admission.'
  7. 'We have been conducting our own admission process for the past over 53 years.'
  8. 'After his admission to the hospital that first time I started hunting for a support group to join.'
  9. 'In what they believe to be emergency cases the Primecare doctors will contact the local ambulance service and arrange hospital admission.'
  10. 'Acute abdominal pain is a common surgical emergency requiring admission to hospital.'
  11. 'He and his companion were taken through the whole admission process.'
  12. 'He has further endeared himself to local fans by staging free tournaments or charging a mere R10 admission fee.'
  13. 'Playfair does not charge admission and no attendance figures are available.'
  14. 'Judges praises its hands on science gallery and also the decision to scrap admission charges, with the help of the government.'
  15. 'One of the difficulties cathedrals have is we do like to encourage visitors to come and visit but the vast majority feel it is immoral to charge admission.'
  16. 'This demonstration is open to the public, and admission is 5€ including tea and a raffle.'
  17. 'I am writing in support of the council's reported proposal to reintroduce admission charges to the City Art Gallery.'
  18. 'The admission price includes free entry to the door prize, which will be raffled that day.'
  19. 'The show will be held in the Community Sports Complex and admission is 8.'
  20. 'Car parking is free of charge and admission is £8 for adults and £4 for senior citizens and children.'
  21. 'Dancing will commence from 10.30 pm and admission includes free entry into a draw for a picture.'
  22. 'cinema admissions have been rising recently'
  23. 'Admissions in 2003 fell to 167.3 million - 5% down on 2002's record 176 million total, the Film Council said.'
  24. 'there was a substantial reduction in hospital admissions'
  25. 'Hospital admissions for selected respiratory diseases in the populations of Ouro Preto and a control area were compared for the year 1997.'
  26. 'This study is based on routinely collected data on NHS hospital admissions, which we have not been able to validate.'
  27. 'We did not find any significant reduction in admissions to hospital.'
  28. 'About 20% of acute medical admissions to district general hospitals are for neurological problems, often in the context of other medical conditions.'
  29. 'This may have contributed to the reduction in hospital admissions.'
  30. 'Acute upper gastrointestinal haemorrhage accounts for about 2500 hospital admissions each year in the United Kingdom.'
  31. 'It is based on routinely collected data on hospital admissions and general practitioners' target payments.'
  32. 'Coding practices for hospital admissions for upper gastrointestinal haemorrhage period did not change significantly during our study.'
  33. 'The most common type of booking, adopted by 23 of the 24 pilot sites, was for day case admissions from hospital outpatient clinics and in some cases from general practice.'
  34. 'We included hospital admissions related to cardiovascular disease only.'

More definitions

1. the act of allowing to enter; entrance granted by permission, by provision or existence of pecuniary means, or by the removal of obstacles: the admission of aliens into a country.

2. right or permission to enter: granting admission to the rare books room.

3. the price paid for entrance, as to a theater or ball park.

4. an act or condition of being received or accepted in a position, profession, occupation, or office; appointment: admission to the bar.

5. confession of a cha

More examples(as adjective)

"policies can be admissions."

"growths can be admissions."

"rentals can be admissions."

"taxes can be admissions."

"processes can be admissions."

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(admission)Late Middle English: from Latin admissio(n-), from the verb admittere (see admit).