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Definition of "admits" []

  • To confess or acknowledge (a crime, mistake, etc) (verb)
  • To concede (the truth or validity of something) (verb)
  • To allow to enter; let in (verb)
  • To allow participation (in) or the right to be part (of) (verb)
  • To allow (of); leave room (for) (verb)
  • To give access (verb)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of admit. (verb)

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Use "admits" in a sentence
  • "Planet Paprika, tongue-in-cheek as the title admits, is a swing record for the world to be hinged upon."
  • "Moreover, the breadth of comprehension in such a use of the term admits of divisions and cross-divisions being framed under it; and at the same time limits the number of systems of thought to which, with any propriety, it might otherwise be extended."
  • "Thus we are not telling people they must involve themselves in an activity they are other wise not involved in, but only “how” they have to be involved — a situation which as Professor Barnett freely admits is hardly without many, many precedents."