Definitions of "admission"
  1. A process through which one is allowed entry or acceptance
  2. The recognition of the truth or validity of a fact or statement by an involved party
  3. A previous statement or action made outside of court by a party that contradicts their trial position, potentially indicating guilt
How to use "admission" in a sentence
  1. The defendant's admission of guilt was a turning point in the trial.
  2. After a comprehensive review, the board made an admission to the prestigious law school.
  3. The prosecution used the accused's previous admission against him as evidence for their case.

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