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Meaning of “admission” - Learner’s Dictionary

admission

noun     /ədˈmɪʃən/
MONEY [U]
B1 the money that you pay to enter a place: Art exhibition - admission free.Costs and expenses
TRUTH [C]
the act of agreeing that you did something bad, or that something bad is true: She is, by her own admission, lazy. His departure was seen by many as an admission of guilt.Admitting and confessing
PERMISSION [C, U]
B2 permission to enter somewhere or to become a member of a club, university, etc: She's applied for admission to law school.Arrivals and departures
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