- admit that
- v.admitir que, aceptar que, expresar reconocimiento de que, reconocer que.
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admit — ad‧mit [ədˈmɪt] verb admitted PTandPPX admitting PRESPARTX [transitive] 1. to allow someone to enter a place or become a member of a group, organization, school etc: admit somebody/something to something • Both republics are now hoping to be… … Financial and business terms
admit liability — (for sth) ► LAW to admit that you are legally responsible for something that has harmed someone: »As part of the agreement, the chairman and his affiliates do not admit any liability or wrongdoing. Main Entry: ↑admit … Financial and business terms
admit liability for sth — admit liability (for sth) ► LAW to admit that you are legally responsible for something that has harmed someone: »As part of the agreement, the chairman and his affiliates do not admit any liability or wrongdoing. Main Entry: ↑admit … Financial and business terms
admit — ad|mit W1S2 [ədˈmıt] v past tense and past participle admitted present participle admitting ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(accept truth)¦ 2¦(accept blame)¦ 3¦(allow to enter)¦ 4¦(allow to join)¦ 5¦(hospital)¦ 6 admit defeat 7 admit evidence … Dictionary of contemporary English
admit — ad|mit [ əd mıt ] verb *** 1. ) intransitive or transitive to agree that something is true, especially when you are unhappy, sorry, or surprised about it: Clarke admitted his disappointment at the court s decision, but said he would fight on. I… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
admit — verb admitted, admitting (T) 1 to accept and agree unwillingly that something is true or that someone else is right: I was really scared, Jenny admitted. | admit (that): You may not like her, but you have to admit that she s good at her job. | I… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
admit */*/*/ — UK [ədˈmɪt] / US verb Word forms admit : present tense I/you/we/they admit he/she/it admits present participle admitting past tense admitted past participle admitted 1) a) [intransitive/transitive] to agree that something is true, especially when … English dictionary
admit — verb ADVERB ▪ freely, readily ▪ He freely admitted that he had taken bribes. ▪ frankly, honestly ▪ openly ▪ … Collocations dictionary
admit — 01. Just [admit] it, you re in love with her. 02. Even though I generally disagree with his views, I have to [admit] that he may be right this time. 03. No [admittance] allowed without a ticket. 04. Why can t you [admit] you re wrong? 05. Moira… … Grammatical examples in English
admit — [[t]ædmɪ̱t[/t]] ♦♦ admits, admitting, admitted 1) VERB If you admit that something bad, unpleasant, or embarrassing is true, you agree, often unwillingly, that it is true. [V that] I am willing to admit that I do make mistakes... [V to ing/n] Up… … English dictionary
admit — ad·mit vb ad·mit·ted, ad·mit·ting vt 1: to concede as true or valid: make an admission of 2: to allow to be entered or offered admitted the document into evidence admit a will to probate vi: to make acknowledgment … Law dictionary