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admission

US [ədˈmɪʃ(ə)n]
UK [əd'mɪʃ(ə)n]
  • n.入场费;进入权;招供;门票费
  • Web允许进入;承认;接纳
Plural Form:admissions  
Admission
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n.
1.
[u][c]
(机构、组织等的)准许加入,加入权,进入权the act of accepting sb into an institution, organization, etc.; the right to enter a place or to join an institution or organization
Hospital admission is not necessary in most cases.
大多数情况下,病人无须住院。
Hospital admissions for asthma attacks have doubled.
哮喘发作入院人次已成倍增加。
the university admissions policy/office
大学招生政策╱招生办公室
They tried to get into the club but were refused admission.
他们试图进入俱乐部,但遭到了拒绝。
She failed to gain admission to the university of her choice.
她未被自己选择的大学录取。
countries applying for admission to the European Union
申请加入欧洲联盟的国家
Last admissions to the park are at 4 p.m.
公园最晚的入园时间是下午 4 点。
2.
[c]
(尤指对过错、罪行的)承认,招认,招供a statement in which sb admits that sth is true, especially sth wrong or bad that they have done
He is a thief by his own admission(= he has admitted it) .
他自己供认是小偷。
an admission of guilt/failure/defeat
承认有罪╱失败╱被击败
The minister's resignation was an admission that she had lied.
这位部长辞职等于承认她自己撒过谎。
3.
[u]
入场费;门票费the amount of money that you pay to go into a building or to an event
admission charges/prices
入场费
£5 admission
入场费 5 英镑
What's the admission?
门票多少钱?

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