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admission

noun [C or U] (ACCEPT)
接受
 
 
/ədˈmɪʃ.ən/
when you agree that something is true, especially unwillingly
(尤指不情願的)承認,供認,招認
Her silence was taken as an admission of guilt/defeat.
她的沉默被認為是承認自己有罪/失敗。
[+ that] I felt he would see my giving up now as an admission that I was wrong.
我覺得,如果這時候我放棄,在他眼裡這將意味著我承認自己錯了。
By/On his own admission (= as he has said) he has achieved little since he took over the company.
據他自己說,自從接手公司以來,他幾乎一事無成。
Admitting and confessing
(Definition of admission noun (ACCEPT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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