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

The meaning of "Admit" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Don’t admit it. mean?
A: Don’t take it to you
Q: What does admit mean?
A: It can have two different meanings depending on how you use it in a sentence.

Confessing to something that is true usually with reluctance

"He admitted he stole the movie"

Or to allow someone entry

"Children are admitted free on Friday"


Q: What does I admit I can't see as well as I used to. mean?
A: Your vision is getting worse.
Q: What does admitted mean?
A: "Exited", or "naturally sent through".
Q: What does admitted mean?
A: it means 'allowed'

Example sentences using "Admit"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I must admit~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~..
A: I must admit, that was a good joke.

I must admit that I was in the wrong.

I must admit to the crime and turn myself into the police.
Q: Please show me example sentences with She admitted to ~ing.
A: “She admitted to telling everyone my secret.”

“She admitted to breaking my favorite necklace.”

“She admitted to stealing her sister’s clothes.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with admit .
A: She was admitted to college.
He admitted his guilt.
He was admitted to the golf club.
Q: Please show me example sentences with admit.
A: When you're trying to get someone to tell you the truth
"Admit it!"
Q: Please show me example sentences with I must admit to.......
A: @apple3: I must admit to you that I was wrong, and you were right.

Synonyms of "Admit" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between admit and concede ?
A: Admit is the verb we use to show that someone is reluctantly saying that they did something.
Ex: he admitted that he was the one who broke the vase.
Concede is another way of saying to lose or gave up to an opponent.
Ex: the team conceded a point
To admit defeat means to reluctantly give up.
Concede can be the same in that sense with “I concede to that” but isn’t as reluctant.
Q: What is the difference between admit and acknowledge ?
A: Acknowledge:

(1) Accept the truth, reality or existence of something

•We acknowledge the need for social reform.

•He acknowledged it to be true.

•They refused to acknowledge their defeat.


( 2 ) Report that one has received something

I acknowledged receipt of her letter.


( 3 ) Express thanks for something

•He acknowledged my help.

•His services to the country were never officially acknowledged.


( 4 ) Show by a smile, nod of the head, greeting, etc… that one has noticed or recognized something

•I was standing right next to her. But she did not even acknowledge my presence.

( 5 ) Accept somebody as something

•I acknowledged him as my heir.

•He was generally acknowledged to be greatest historian in the country.


( 6 ) Accept or recognize something

•The country acknowledged his claim to the throne.



Admit :

( 1 ) Allow someone / something to enter

•Each ticket admits two persons to the party.


( 2 ) Accept someone into a hospital as a patient or into a school as a pupil

•He was admitted to hospital with minor burns.

•Our school admits seventy new boys and girls every year.


( 3 ) Have room for someone/ something

•The theatre admist only 400 persons.


( 4 ) To recognize something as true often reluctantly

•He admitted his mistake.


( 5 ) Leave room for something – allow the possibility of something

•The plan does not admit of improvement.

•Your conduct admits of no excuse.
Q: What is the difference between admit and confess ?
A: I confessed my guilt.

After hours of talking I was finally admitted into the building.

I made up my mind, I would admit my mistakes.

When I admitted that I was guilty, I confessed the truth.

I confessed my love to him.
Q: What is the difference between admit and acknowledge ?
A: To acknowledge is to realise something and understand. For example, I acknowledge that what I did was wrong.

To admit is to come clean or confess. For example, I admit that I ate the last cookie.
Q: What is the difference between admit and allow and accept ?
A: @shlisyonok2000:
I admit that I broke the plate (it was me who broke it)

I will not allow you to break more plates! (it's not acceptable)

Please accept my apologies (please receive my apologises)

Translations of "Admit"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? admit
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? “ admit “ and “ admire “
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I’ll admit, I was wrong
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I admit it get jealous
A: It'll be better to say, "I admit it; I get jealous!"
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? admit
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Other questions about "Admit"

Q: I admit it was entirely my fault.That is to say, I admit I was entirely wrong. does this sound natural?
A: Absolutely! 🙂
Q: Please show me how to pronounce I'll admit it.
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce I must admit.
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce Although I must admit I was quite shy.
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Q: admit does this sound natural?
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