Admission synonyms

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(Elec.) The ratio of effective current to effective voltage in a circuit carrying an alternating current; the reciprocal of impedance, measured in siemens and consisting of conductance and susceptance: symbol, Y
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The recording of an item, note, etc. in a list, journal, etc. or of data in a computer file
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The right or permission to enter
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The ability or right to approach, enter, exit, communicate with, or make use of:
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(US, government) The act of an authorized representative of the Government by which the Government assents to ownership by it of existing and identified supplies, or approves specific services rendered, as partial or complete performance of a contract.
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An authorization to do something, as to quote from a book under copyright.
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Response or reaction, as to something presented
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A cordial greeting or hospitable reception given to an arriving person.
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Attention or favorable notice:
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The recognition of a fact or the existence of an obligation and the acceptance of the accompanying legal responsibility. For example, a putative father may acknowledge a child as his during a paternity proceeding.
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In property law, a conveyance of an interest in real property to one who has or claims an existing interest in the property, thereby curing a previous conveyance that was defective, increasing or making permanent a previously conveyed interest, or making avoidable estate certain and no longer voidable. See also deed.
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A distinguishing name or title.
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(Biol.) Any process, natural or artificial, by which certain organisms or characters are favored or perpetuated in, or as if in, preference to others
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The act or process of initiating something.
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(Logic) Reasoning from particular facts or individual cases to a general conclusion; also, a conclusion reached by such reasoning
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The main course of a meal
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A financial burden, such as a tax or lien.
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A fixed amount paid when arriving or added to the bill at a nightclub or restaurant for entertainment or services.
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Payment asked or given for professional services, admissions, licenses, tuition, etc.; charge
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The entrance fee
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A printed card or piece of paper that gives a person a specified right, as to attend a theater, ride on a train, claim a purchase, etc.
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The amount of money, etc. asked or paid for something; cost; charge
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A draft signed by a person (the drawer or maker) that directs a bank (the drawee) to pay, on demand and without conditions, a specific sum of money to another person (the payee). Usually the funds are withdrawn from an account or a deposit that the drawer or maker has with the bank. Also called cheque. A draft signed by a person (the drawer or maker) that directs a bank (the drawee) to pay, on demand and without conditions, a specific sum of money to another person (the payee). Usually the funds are withdrawn from an account or a deposit that the drawer or maker has with the bank. Also called cheque.
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Plural form of due
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Plural form of charge
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(Econ.) The desire for a commodity together with ability to pay for it; also, the amount people are ready and able to buy at a certain price
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The act of tolling.
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A heavy demand; burden; strain
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A sum of money set by a nightclub or restaurant as the least amount each patron must spend on food and drink.
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A gift or grant.
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Bedclothes used to cover a person in bed
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The total paid attendance or admission receipts at a public event:
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A schedule of prices or fees.
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A disclosing or being disclosed
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The act or process of confessing, as in telling one's life story as a series of failings or tribulations.
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The body of qualified persons in an occupation or field:
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Open acknowledgment or declaration
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An act or instance of conceding, granting, or yielding
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A small amount of money regularly given to a child, often as payment for household chores.
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Something that is divulged.
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(Law) A formal statement initiating a lawsuit by specifying the facts and legal grounds for the relief sought; a complaint or petition.
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A voluntary and written ex parte statement of facts. It is sometimes required that the document be signed and the truth of its content be affirmed by the declarant in the presence of a notary public or another officer authorized to administer oaths. See also oath, affirm, and affidavit.
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The act of asserting
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The act of acceding to, or coming into possession of, an office, right, or title.
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Evidence in support of a fact or assertion; proof.
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The act of attesting
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A written affirmation of another's character or worth; a personal recommendation.
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The act of averring, or that which is averred; positive assertion.
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Any declaration of something to be true without giving any proof.
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(Law) Sworn testimony recorded for use in court at a later date.
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A written declaration made under oath before a notary public or other authorized officer.
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The act of admitting
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(Biology) The inward migration of cells from the blastula during gastrulation
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An opening section of a musical composition
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The act or process of intromitting; introduction or admission.
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The right to enter or make use of
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the fee charged for admission
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the fee charged for admission
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the fee charged for admission
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the fee charged for admission
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the fee charged for admission
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The act of avouching.
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A cutting off or down; curtailment; deduction
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A charge for towing.
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A fee charged for using a wharf.
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