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Synonyms for admit

Synonyms for admit

to allow admittance, as to a group

to serve as a means of entrance for

to afford an opportunity for

to express recognition of

to recognize, often reluctantly, the reality or truth of

Synonyms for admit

declare to be true or admit the existence or reality or truth of

allow participation in or the right to be part of

admit into a group or community

afford possibility

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have room for

serve as a means of entrance

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Linda Mkhosana, 35, of Plymouthwood Close, Cardiff, was fined pounds 65 with pounds 100 costs after admitting using fake registration plates on a van.
The Bank of Pontiac, without admitting to any allegations, consented to the issuance of the order in connection with its alleged violations of the Board's regulations implementing the National Flood Insurance Act.
The research was undertaken by two professors of medicine at the Davis campus following the UC board of regents' decision two years ago to bar any consideration of race or ethnicity in admitting students.
5~ In fact, the more recent requirement that these residents have their psychotropic medication reduced to the point where they display behavioral indication of their need for the medication is likely to further dissuade nursing homes from admitting elders with serious mental illness in need of "active treatment.
DWD Generation: Gen Y-ers are the guiltiest of driving while distracted, with 35 percent admitting to always multitasking in the car.
Carl Agius, 19, of Llewellyn Avenue, Ely, Cardiff, was ordered to serve a year-long community order after admitting damaging car wing mirrors.
In her testimony on Wednesday, Joy Hooker told jurors that the three male investigators coerced her into admitting to starting the fire with her stepson by telling her that if the fire was accidental, she wouldn't be charged with murder.