Anglų - Lietuvių žodynas
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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: The act of admitting or allowing to enter.
- noun: The state of being allowed to enter.
- noun: Right to enter; access.
- noun: The price required or paid for entering; an entrance fee.
- noun: A confession, as of having committed a crime.
- noun: A voluntary acknowledgment of truth.
- noun: A fact or statement granted or admitted; a concession.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
- In concluding the examination of the question whether Cotton Mather denounced, or countenanced, the admission of spectral testimony -- for that is the issue before us -- I feel confident that it has been made apparent, that it was not in reference to the _admission_ of such testimony, that he objected to the "principles that some of the Judges had espoused," but to the method in which it should be _handled_ and
- General admission to the nighttime entertainment is free with Fair admission*
- When we do admit to ourselves that such acts are the results of inhuman conduct, our admission is accompanied by the thought that the very fact of war itself leaves us no option but to accept them.
- The North's Central News Agency says the government "decided to leniently forgive and release" Robert Park, taking what it calls his admission and sincere repentance of his wrong doings into consideration.
- When I ring the bell at my dentist's gate to gain admission to her garage so I can walk sideways past her dirty old Bocho, I always announce myself: soy el gringo con una cita a las ... whatever time the appointment is for.
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- įėjimo mokestis
price of admission