Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Admission"

The meaning of "Admission" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "for admission purposes only" mean?
A: Yes, you should still be able to change. "Proposed" also means there is room for change. They just want to know what your plans are so it can help them make a decision regarding your admission. Good luck!
Q: What does general admission seat mean?
A: General Admission refers to seating or standing areas that are not assigned or reserved, and are occupied on a first-come, first-served basis.
Q: What does Somehow, it's less of an admission that she's gone to talk about her. mean?
A: use of "admission" in the sentence means = "acknowledging" the truth of a statement made.
Q: What does accept the admission mean?
A: accept the offer to attend school
Q: What does rolling admission mean?
A: A long time frame in which people can submit applications to university.

Example sentences using "Admission"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I have not received an admission letter from the university where I plan to study abroad. I would like to confirm it with an email. What kind of sentence is natural?.
A:

That sounds perfectly natural
Q: Please show me example sentences with admission.
A: The admission process was long and complicated.

Admission rates were low at the university.

Synonyms of "Admission" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between admission and confession ?
A: Admission and confession can be synonymous, but they also have different and unique meanings.
For instance, there is a "college admission," which is permission (they admit you) to attend their college. Likewise, someone's "confession" can be that they committed a crime or some such deed, but it can also be their religious belief (конфессия).
Q: What is the difference between admission and admittance ?
A: Admission refers more to price. Admittance is being allowed into a place.
Q: What is the difference between admission card and call slip ?
A: An admission card is like a membership card. It allows you into a library. It might also state, for example, what types of privileges you have, how many books you may borrow and so on.

A call slip is used to call for books. In a library not all books are on the shelves because there is not enough space. Some books are kept in store rooms. Where you want a book which is not on the shelf, you fill in a call slip and give it to the librarian. She/he will fetch the book from the store room for you.

Translations of "Admission"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? हा मेरा admission ho gaya
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? admission ke liye main fee kaise jama karu?
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? admission hona muskil tha par kisi tarah ho gaya
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? admission le liya h
A:
don't you know Hindi sentence. write full sentence

who took admission.?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? admission fee
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Other questions about "Admission"

Q: What does "The admission is an about face from his answer" mean?



Context>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

When Dr. Harold Bornstein described in hyperbolic prose then-candidate Donald Trump's health in 2015, the language he used was eerily similar to the style preferred by his patient.

It turns out the patient himself wrote it, according to Bornstein.

"He dictated that whole letter. I didn't write that letter," Bornstein told CNN on Tuesday. "I just made it up as I went along."

The admission is an about face from his answer more than two years ago when the letter was released and answers one of the lingering questions about the last presidential election. The letter thrust the eccentric Bornstein, with his shoulder-length hair and round eyeglasses, into public view.
A: It means his admission is a complete change of what he said two years ago.

For example:
Person: “I love apples!”
Two days later
Person: “I hate apples!”

The above is an example of an about face in opinion.
Q: the admission fee is ¥950 for 30 minutes per person include all-you-can-drink. after 30 minutes, additional fee is required. it is ¥200 every 10 minutes. Does this sound natural?
A: “The admission fee is 950 ten for 30 minutes per person, and includes unlimited beverages. After 30 minutes, an additional fee of 200 yen for 10 minutes is required.”
Q: the admission fee is 950yen for 30 minutes per person include all-you-can-drink. after 30 minutes, additional fee is required. it is 200yen every 10 minutes. if you think you are going to stay more than 100 minutes, choose the special plan. the special plan is no time limit. Does this sound natural?
A: The admission fee is 950 yen per person for 30 minutes AND INCLUDES all-you-can-drink. After 30 minutes, AN ADDITIONAL fee of 200 yen is required every 10 minutes. If you think you are going to stay LONGER than 100 minutes, choose the special plan. The special plan HAS NO time limit.

Of course, don't use the capitalization I have. I just wanted to stress a few changes. What you currently have will make sense to someone who speaks English, but to sound more natural I would suggest the above changes :)
Q: Although admission fee for Kabuki (Japanese stage performance) is basically expensive, if you choose a seat on fourth floor and brosing only one scene, it would be ¥1000. Does this sound natural?
A: ​‎Although admission fee for Kabuki (Japanese stage performance) is generally expensive, if you choose a seat on the fourth floor and watch a single act only, it would cost around ¥1000.
Q: I sincerely hope to accept the admission from you. Does this sound natural?
A: This sentence makes it hard to tell if you are hoping to get admitted or if you have been admitted and are unsure if you will accept it, even though you sincerely want (hope) to...

If you want to be admitted, but haven't been... You could say...

"I sincerely hope to gain admission"

If you have been admitted you could say...

I (sincerely) intend to accept your offer of admission.

I hope that's helpful. 🙂

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