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admit (verb), admits; admitted; admitting
1. To allow participation in, or the right to be part of; permit to exercise the rights, functions, and responsibilities of: James was admitted to be a member of the boys' choir!
2. To allow someone to enter; to grant entry to: James was told that he could not be admitted into the club because non-members were not permitted to be there.
3. To serve as a means of entrance: The ticket will admit one adult to see the show.
4. To give access or entrance to: The French doors admit into the garden, but not into the garage!
5. To afford a possibility: So far this problem admits no solution, so it should be discussed further.
6. To declare to be true, or to acknowledge the existence or reality of the truth: Henry admitted he made some serious errors in his report.
7. To allow into a group or community: Karl was told that the members in the organization have to vote on whether or not to admit a new associate into their secret society.
8. To have room for; to hold without crowding: The theater admits just 500 people, but not 600 people!
This entry is located in the following units: ad- (page 7) miss-, mis-, -miss, -mis, mit-, mitt-, -mit, -mitt (page 1)