Verb(1) declare to be true or admit the existence or reality or truth of(2) allow to enter; grant entry to(3) allow participation in or the right to be part of; permit to exercise the rights, functions, and responsibilities of(4) admit into a group or community(5) afford possibility(6) give access or entrance to(7) have room for; hold without crowding(8) serve as a means of entrance
(1) In my view, refusing to admit this evidence does not amount to ├ö├ç├┐taking a technical position├ö├ç├û.(2) they admit visitors(3) If, or when, the technique is widely accepted, a judge may have to decide whether to admit test results as evidence.(4) the courts can refuse to admit police evidence that has been illegally obtained(5) Rather than admit defeat, the college used the Internet to launch lecture notes and coursework assignments into cyberspace, and held whole lectures online.(6) Instead, the judge can admit evidence such as statements made to the police by witnesses.(7) Special family tickets are also available and 20 will admit two adults and two children.(8) In return for Putin's support, Washington will remove economic sanctions and admit Russia to the World Trade Organization.(9) One is that the trial judge was wrong to admit a series of evidence including a taped police interview with him.(10) So rather than admit defeat, I've changed goals.(11) they were too scared to admit what happened to them(12) the courts can refuse to admit police evidence which has been illegally obtained(13) She had blatantly accused me but I have to admit that it was true.(14) It takes a good leader to not only recognize, but admit defeat.(15) A ticket costing 988 yuan will admit visitors to the performance, lucky draw and dinner.(16) There are many ways that presidents admit responsibility besides publicly issuing the big mea culpa.