Business Dictionary :
Admission, Admit, Admittance and Adopt
Admission : noun :
(a) allowing someone to go in
• There is a £I admission charge.
• Admission is free on presentation of this card.
• Free admission on Sundays
(b) saying that something really happened
• He had to resign after his admission that he had passed information to the rival company. Admit
(a) to allow someone to go in
• Children are not admitted to the bank.
• Old age pensioners are admitted at half price.
(b) to say that something is correct
(c) to say that something really happened
• The chairman admitted he had taken the cash from the company's safe. NOTE
: admitting & admitted Admittance
: noun : allowing someone to go in
• No admittance except on business NOTE
: no plural Adopt
: to agree to (something) or to accept something
• To adopt a resolutionAd Valorem
• The proposals were adopted unanimously.
: phrase : showing that a tax is calculated according to the value of the goods taxed
• Ad Valorem DutyFrom Admission to HOME PAGE
• Ad Valorem Tax