admit

əd'mit
past tense, past participle - admitted; verb
1) (to allow to enter: This ticket admits one person.) admitir, permitir la entrada
2) (to say that one accepts as true: He admitted (that) he was wrong.) admitir, reconocer
- admission
- admittance
- admittedly

admit vb
1. admitir / dejar entrar
women are not admitted to this club en este club no se admiten mujeres
2. ingresar
he was admitted to hospital lo ingresaron en el hospital
3. admitir / reconocer / confesar
he admitted that he was wrong reconoció que estaba equivocado
she admitted to the theft se confesó culpable del robo
El pasado y participio pasado de admit se escribe admitted; el gerundio se escribe admitting
admit
tr[əd'mɪt]
transitive verb (pt & pp admitted, ger admitting)
1 (allow in) admitir; (to hospital) ingresar
she was admitted to St James' yesterday la ingresaron en el hospital de St James ayer
2 (acknowledge) reconocer; (confess) confesar
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to admit to defeat darse por vencido,-a
to admit to doing something confesarse culpable de hacer algo
admit [æd'mɪt, əd-] vt, -mitted ; -mitting
1) : admitir, dejar entrar
the museum admits children: el museo deja entrar a los niños
2) acknowledge: reconocer, admitir
admit
v.
aceptar v.
admitir v.
agregar v.
conceder v.
confesar v.
consentir v.
reconocer v.
(§pres: reconozco, reconoces...)
əd'mɪt
-tt- transitive verb
1)
a) (allow entry) dejar entrar, admitir (frml); \<\<light/air\>\> permitir or dejar entrar

admit one — entrada individual

b) \<\<patient\>\> ingresar
2)
a) (confess) \<\<crime/mistake\>\> admitir, reconocer*

to admit something to somebody — confesarle* algo a alguien

I must admit that ... — tengo que admitir or reconocer que ...

he admitted stealing the money — admitió haber robado el dinero

b) (acknowledge) \<\<truth/validity\>\> reconocer*
Phrasal Verbs:
[ǝd'mɪt]
VT
1) (=allow to enter) [+ person] dejar entrar; [+ patient] (to hospital) ingresar; [+ air, light] dejar pasar, dejar entrar

children not admitted — se prohíbe la entrada a los menores de edad

this ticket admits two — entrada para dos personas

to be admitted to the Academy — ingresar en la Academia

to be admitted to hospital — ingresar en el hospital

admitting office — (US) (Med) oficina f de ingresos

2) (=acknowledge) reconocer; [+ crime] confesar; [+ error] reconocer

it is hard, I admit — es difícil, lo reconozco

it must be admitted that ... — hay que reconocer que ...

I admit nothing! — ¡no tengo nada que confesar!

* * *
[əd'mɪt]
-tt- transitive verb
1)
a) (allow entry) dejar entrar, admitir (frml); \<\<light/air\>\> permitir or dejar entrar

admit one — entrada individual

b) \<\<patient\>\> ingresar
2)
a) (confess) \<\<crime/mistake\>\> admitir, reconocer*

to admit something to somebody — confesarle* algo a alguien

I must admit that ... — tengo que admitir or reconocer que ...

he admitted stealing the money — admitió haber robado el dinero

b) (acknowledge) \<\<truth/validity\>\> reconocer*
Phrasal Verbs:

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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