Admission (noun)

  1. The act of allowing someone to enter a place or organization.
  2. The act of admitting something, such as a statement or charge.
  3. The right or permission to enter a place or organization.
  4. The fee charged for admission to a place or event.

Origin:

Middle english, from latin admission-, admissio, from admittere.

Examples:

  1. The admission to the concert is $50 per person.
  2. The admission of guilt was a surprise to the court.
  3. He was denied admission to the exclusive club.
  4. Admission to the university is highly competitive.
  5. The museum has a free admission on Sundays.
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