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Clarke admitted his disappointment at the court's decision, but said he would fight on.
'I can't sing at all,' he admitted.
Rachel admits that she had a hard time understanding the assignment.
I reluctantly admitted to being nervous about the test.
He is unwilling to admit being jealous of his brother.
It was a good effort, I've got to admit.
Latecomers will not be admitted until the interval.
A group ticket admits six people to the zoo and museum.
This is the British English definition of admit. View American English definition of admit.
the process of giving freedom and rights to someone
… the decision to treat the rights and duties of a company as being the same as the rights and duties of its shareholdersadd a word
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