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admit

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Pronunciation:

[ɐdmˈɪt], [ɐdmˈɪt], [ɐ_d_m_ˈɪ_t]
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Synonyms for Admit:

affirm (verb)

accept, acknowledge, adjure, affirm, approve, assert, assure, attest, aver, avouch, certify, claim, contend, corroborate, declare, endorse, express, maintain, pledge, proclaim, profess, promise, pronounce, propound, ratify, set down, state, submit, support, sustain, testify, validate, verify, warrant.

receive (verb)

absorb, access, acquire, assimilate, devour, eat, engorge, get, gobble, gulp, ingest, inhale, inspire, pocket, receive, swallow, take.

Other synonyms and related words:

From, abide, abide by, accede, acceptable, acceptance, accommodate, accord, accredit, acculturate, acculturize, acknowledge the corn, acknowledger, acknowledgment, acquiesce, adapt, adequate, adhere, adjudge, admission, admit everything, admit exceptions, admit the truth, admittedly, adopt, advertise, affiliate, affiliation, afford, afford possibility, agnize, agree, agree provisionally, agree to, agree with, allow, allow for, allow in, allow of, allow to enter, allowable, announce, apparel, apply, appreciate, appreciation, appropriate, approval, archaic use, ask, assent, assent grudgingly, assume, attire, authorize, avow, avowal, avowedly, back down, bank, baptize, bare, barge in, be acclimated to, be accustomed to, be admitted, be aware of, be big on, be convinced, be honest about, be infectious, be open about, be possible, bear, bear with, bearable, believe, bequeath, betray, bill, bind, blab, bless, book, brazen, break, breathe in, breeze in, bring, bring in, bring to light, broad, broadcast, brook, bull's eye, burst in, bust in, buy, call for, call in question, carry, carry out, caseload, catalog, catch out, cavil, cede, cede to, charter, check, cherish, choose, circumscribe, cite, citizenize, clean, close with, clothes, clothing, co-opt, come barging in, come breezing in, come busting in, come by, come clean, come in, come in for, come over, come round, come round to, commit, communicate, complete, comply, comply with, comprehend, comprise, concede, conciliate, concord, concur, concur in, confer citizenship, confess, confessedly, confession, confide, confine, confirm, confirmation, confiscate, conjoin, connive at, consent, consent to, consider, consider the circumstances, consider the source, consume, contain, contract, contradict, convey, cop a plea, correspond to, cough up, count, count in, countenance, cover, credit, creep in, cross the threshold, crowd in, curb, cure, deem, defend, defer, defy, demand, demur, denizen, deny, derive, derive from, detain, diagnose, differ in opinion, direct, disagree, disbelieve, disbosom oneself, disburden, disburden one's conscience, disburden one's heart, disburden one's mind, disclose, discount, discredit, dispense, disregard, dissent, divulge, doctor, doubt, drag down, drag into, draw, draw from, draw in, dress, drink, drive, drop in, due, earmark, edge in, elect, embody, embrace, embrace an offer, emporium, empower, enable, encircle, enclose, encompass, endenizen, endure, enfranchise, engage, engulf, enlist, enroll, enter, entertain, enumerate, envisage, expose, express general agreement, face, face up to, fair, fall in with, favor, fess up, fill, fill out, fit, food, franchise, gain, gain admittance, get hold of, get in, get off chest, give, give access, give admittance to, give an entree, give away, give consent, give entrance to, give expression to, give into, give leave, give permission, give power, give the entree, give the go-ahead, give the nod, give the word, give thumbs up, give up, go along with, go for, go in, go into, go into details, go native, grant, gratify, greet, grief, guard, harbor, harbour, have, have an entree, have an in, have coming in, have got, have no objection, have rightfully, have within, herald, hint at, hire, hold, hold back, hold in, hold up, hop in, house, humor, humour, identification, identify, imbibe, immit, impart, implicate, import, impressionable, in a class, inclose, include, incorporate, incredulity, indicate, induct, indulge, indulgent, ingurgitate, initiate, inoculate, insert, instal, install, instate, interject, internship, interpolate, interpose, intimate, introduce, intromit, intrude, involve, irrupt, jam in, join, jump in, keep, keep back, know, lament, lead, leak, leave, legitimate, legitimize, let, let be known, let have, let in, let on, let out, let slip, liberal, license, lift temporarily, listen, live with, lodge, look at, make, make a member, make a revelation, make allowance for, make known, make possible, make someone welcome, mediocre, meet, membership, mention, middling, misbelieve, moderate, modulate, mourning, narrate, nationalize, naturalize, necessitate, need, nonmember, not believe, not oppose, not turn away, notice, number, number among, nurse, obey, obligate, oblige, obtain, occupy, offer as tribute, ok, okay, open one's mind, open the door to, open up, oral statement, out with it, own, own up, own up to, pack, pack in, pass, passable, patch old clothes, payable, peach, perceive, permit, permit to, permit to enter, pick out, placard, place, play, plead guilty, pop in, portal, poster, practice, prescribe, press in, prevail, professedly, prognosis, protest, provide, provide for, publish, pull down, push in, put in, put up with, rat, ratification, reabsorb, read, readmit, realize, reasonable, receipt, receivable, reception, receptive, recite, reckon among, reckon in, reckon with, recognise, recognition, recognize, recognizer, reconcile, recruit, refer to, refuse assent, refuse to believe, rejoin, relate, relax, relax the condition, release, remove, rent, repatriate, report, repudiate, require, reserve, resign oneself to, resorb, respect, respectable, responsive, restrain, retain, reveal, sanction, say, say no, say the truth, say the word, seat, secure, see, seize, select, sensitive, set foot in, shelter, shoot, show in, show one's cards, show one's hand, sign, sign off on, signboard, sincerity, sing, slip in, snuff up, speak the truth, spill, spill guts, spill it, spill the beans, spit it out, spy out, squeak, squeal, squeeze in, stand, stand a chance, stick, stomach, stretch a point, strike, subscribe, subscribe to, subscription, subsume, suck in, suffer, sufferable, supply, suppose, surrender, susceptible, tackle, take account of, take aim, take cognizance of, take for, take hold, take into account, take into consideration, take on, take over, take-in, talk, tattle, tell, tell all, tell of, tell the truth, throw open to, thrust in, tolerable, tolerant, tolerate, touch on, train, treat, trumpet, trust, turn inside out, unbosom oneself, unburden, unburden one's mind, uncover, undergo, understand, undertake, unmask, unveil, uphold, use up, usher, usurp, utter, view as, visit, vouchsafe, waive, wedge in, welcome, wink at, withdraw, withstand, witness, work in, yield, yield assent.

Rhymes for Admit:

  1. flit, chit, pit, knit, skit, lit, mitt, grit, mit, bit, fit, writ, whit, slit, get, quit, britt, sit, nit, brit, hit, spit, wit, kit, split, pitt, schmidt;
  2. lafitte, emit, acquit, befit, remit, permit, unfit, submit, commit, transmit, legit, omit;
  3. resubmit;

Quotes for Admit:

  1. Justice to my readers compels me to admit that I write because I have nothing to do; justice to myself induces me to add that I will cease to write the moment I have nothing to say. Charles Caleb Colton.
  2. I think one of the important evolutions is that we no longer feel compulsively the need to argue, or to justify things on a kind of rational level. We are much more willing to admit that certain things are completely instinctive and others are really intellectual. Rem Koolhaas.
  3. We are to admit no more causes of natural things than such as are both true and sufficient to explain their appearances. Isaac Newton.

Idioms of Admit:

  1. admit sm ( in) to ( sm place);
  2. admit sth to sm;
  3. admit to sth;
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