Translation of admit in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (allow entry)eventually, we were admitted into the museumdejar entrarchildren are not admittedfinalmente nos dejaron or nos permitieron entrar en el museoadmit oneno se admiten niños [formal]entrada individualExample sentences1.2 she was admitted this morning
la ingresaron or (in Southern Cone, Mexico also) la internaron esta mañanaExample sentences1.3
- When will bar management realise that they are not doing customers a favour by admitting them to their bar, without customers there would be no bar.
- I almost didn't come because I was afraid you would ask me to tell you what I know before admitting me to your cloister.
- The placid grey door whisked open as he approached, admitting him to his dark cabin.
(light/air)permitir or dejar entrar
- Parra and her colleagues began monitoring the breathing of stroke patients shortly after they were admitted to hospital following strokes and calculated an apnoea index for each one.
- Hospital chiefs are so aware of MRSA they are beginning to test patients before they are admitted to hospital.
- Three days after seeing his father, Mr Craven received a call that he had been admitted to Airedale Hospital with pneumonia.
- 2 2.1 (confess) she's not happy, but she won't admit itto admit somethingno es feliz pero no quiere reconocerlo or admitirlo
tosomebodyto admitconfesarle algo aalguien that/ -ingI must admit that I hadn't thought of thathe admitted having liedtengo que admitir or reconocer que no lo había pensado2.2 (acknowledge)reconoció or admitió que había mentido(truth/validity)Example sentences2.3→ admit of
- Perhaps he is admitting his failures and incompetence as a teacher in front of a council of which he is the president.
- Yet despite essentially admitting failure in completing their task, not one of these people resigned as an act of taking responsibility.
- Meanwhile, the Advocate General admitted government's failure to comply with court orders.
- But today, the Secretary of the Defence Department admitted that wasn't true.
- Even members of his own administration have admitted that is not true.
- At the trial she admitted that was not true because something did happen.
- But now Mr Smith has discovered that the van driver will not face any charge, despite admitting responsibility.
- ‘He's been badly advised,’ he remarked of the midfielder's decision, as if the real crime was in admitting the offence.
- Judge Hans Bachl threw out the confession when the trial opened, although he admitted the crime during proceedings.
- (permit) [formal]
- Good and evil are to be defined as absolutes on religious authority, admitting of neither critical judgement nor reduction.
- Perhaps this wouldn't be so bad should the revisability of logic and mathematics permit their ultimately admitting of a justification that didn't involve experience.
- In an international environment consisting of sovereign states, admitting of no higher authority, order is sufficiently vulnerable.
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