- The act or right of being allowed to enter a place.
- The permission to participate in an event or activity.
- The rate at which electric charge or energy is admitted to a circuit or device.
Mid 16th century: from french admission, from latin admittentia, from admittere 'admit'.
- Admittance to the concert was by ticket only.
- Her admittance to the prestigious university was a proud moment for her family.
- The museum's admittance fee includes access to all exhibitions and audio guides.
- He was granted admittance to the exclusive club through his father's membership.
- The admittance of charge into the device was measured in coulombs per second.