Admissible ( adjective , verb )

(As an adjective)

Admissible ( adjective )

  1. Capable of being allowed, permitted, or accepted; allowable.
  2. Permissible as evidence in a court of law.

Origin:

From medieval latin admissibilis, from latin admittere ("to allow in").

Examples:

  1. The judge ruled that the evidence was admissible in court.
  2. The defense argued that the evidence was not admissible because it had been obtained illegally.
  3. The prosecution presented admissible evidence to support their case.
  4. The witness's testimony was deemed admissible by the judge.
  5. The defense attorney questioned the admissibility of the evidence.

(As a verb)

Admissible ( verb )

  1. Capable of being allowed, permitted, or accepted; allowable.
  2. Permissible as evidence in a court of law.

Origin:

From medieval latin admissibilis, from latin admittere ("to allow in").

Examples:

  1. The judge ruled that the evidence was admissible in court.
  2. The defense argued that the evidence was not admissible because it had been obtained illegally.
  3. The prosecution presented admissible evidence to support their case.
  4. The witness's testimony was deemed admissible by the judge.
  5. The defense attorney questioned the admissibility of the evidence.
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