admission

see admit
admission n
1. reconocimiento / confesión
an admission of guilt un reconocimiento de cupabilidad
2. entrada / admisión
"admission free" "entrada libre"
3. ingreso
she's ready for admission to hospital está lista para ingresar en el hospital
admission
tr[əd'mɪʃən]
noun
1 (gen) admisión nombre femenino; (to hospital) ingreso
2 (price) entrada
3 (acknowledgement) reconocimiento; (confession) confesión nombre femenino
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
by one's own admission por confesión propia
admission [æd'mɪʃən] n
1) admittance: entrada f, admisión f
2) acknowledgment: reconocimiento m, admisión f
admission
n.
admisión s.f.
entrada s.f.
ingreso s.m.
precio de entrada s.m.
recepción s.f.
əd'mɪʃən
noun
1)
a) u (to building, exhibition) entrada f, admisión f; (price) (precio m de) entrada f
b) u (into college, society) ingreso m, admisión f
c) c (into hospital) ingreso m
2) c u (confession) admisión f, reconocimiento m

he was, on o by his own admission, a poor father — él mismo admitía or reconocía que no era un buen padre

[ǝd'mɪʃǝn]
1. N
1) (to building) entrada f

admission is free on Sundays — la entrada es gratuita los domingos

admission free — entrada gratis

no admission — prohibida la entrada, se prohíbe la entrada

we gained admission by a window — logramos entrar por una ventana

2) (to institution as member) ingreso m (to en)
3) (=acknowledgement) confesión f , reconocimiento m

it would be an admission of defeat — sería un reconocimiento de la derrota, sería reconocer la derrota

by or on his own admission — él mismo lo reconoce

he made an admission of guilt — hizo una confesión de culpabilidad, se confesó culpable

2.
CPD

admission charge N(to club) cuota f de admisión; (to museum, concert) precio m de entrada

admission fee N — cuota f de entrada

admission price N(to club, organization) cuota f de admisión; (to museum, concert) precio m de entrada

admissions form N(US) (Univ) impreso m de matrícula

admissions office N(US) (Univ) secretaría f

admissions tutor N[of university] persona responsable de las admisiones a una facultad o universidad

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[əd'mɪʃən]
noun
1)
a) u (to building, exhibition) entrada f, admisión f; (price) (precio m de) entrada f
b) u (into college, society) ingreso m, admisión f
c) c (into hospital) ingreso m
2) c u (confession) admisión f, reconocimiento m

he was, on o by his own admission, a poor father — él mismo admitía or reconocía que no era un buen padre


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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