过去式: admitted 过去分词: admitted 现在分词: admitting 第三人称单数: admits
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v. admits 1 admitting 1 admitted 6
The schools themselves admit that not all children will be successful in the profession for which they are being trained.
The country singer, 65, was admitted to a hospital near her home in Hurricane Mills.
Designer Jennifer Anderson admits it took her a while to come around to the opinion that using nutria fur for her creations is morally acceptable.
Admitting failure is shameful.
When you apologize, give your friend a chance to admit that he has been wrong.
Children under 12 years accompanied by an adult are admitted free. (2022全国乙卷)
admit of 容许，有…的可能
承認,供認;准許…進入,准許…加入The committee admits it committed an omission in commissioning the mission.委員會承認它在委任使團時犯的疏忽.
ACCEPT TRUTH 承认事实
1. ~ (to sth / to doing sth) | ~ (to sb) (that…) to agree, often unwillingly, that sth is true
SYN confess :
▪ [V] She admits to being strict with her children.
Don’t be afraid to admit to your mistakes.
It was a stupid thing to do, I admit.
▪ [VN] He admitted all his mistakes.
She stubbornly refuses to admit the truth.
Why don’t you just admit defeat (= recognize that you cannot do sth) and let someone else try ?
Admit it! You were terrified!
▪ [V (that)] They freely admit (that) they still have a lot to learn.
I couldn’t admit to my parents that I was finding the course difficult.
You must admit that it all sounds very strange.
▪ [VN that] It was generally admitted that the government had acted too quickly.
▪ [V speech] ‘I’m very nervous,’ she admitted reluctantly.
▪ [VN to inf] The appointment is now generally admitted to have been a mistake.
HELP This pattern is only used in the passive.
ACCEPT BLAME 承认责任
2. ~ (to sth / to doing sth) to say that you have done sth wrong or illegal
SYN confess to :
▪ [V] She admitted to having stolen the car.
He refused to admit to the other charges.
▪ [VN] She admitted theft.
He refused to admit his guilt.
▪ [V -ing] She admitted having driven the car without insurance.
ALLOW TO ENTER / JOIN 准许进入/加入
3. [VN] ~ sb / sth (to / into sth) to allow sb / sth to enter a place
Each ticket admits six adult.
The narrow windows admit little light into the room.
You will not be admitted to the theatre after the performance has started.
4. [VN] ~ sb (to / into sth) to allow sb to become a member of a club, a school, or an organization
The society admits all US citizens over 21.
凡 21 岁以上的美国公民均可加入该社团。
Women were only admitted into the club last year.
TO HOSPITAL 医院
5. [VN] [often passive] ~ sb to / into a hospital, an institution, etc. to take sb to a hospital, or other institution where they can receive special care
Two crash victims were admitted to the local hospital.
▪ ad’mit of sth (formal)
to show that sth is possible or probable as a solution, an explanation, etc.
1 ACCEPT TRUTH 接受事实 [intransitive, transitive] to agree unwillingly that something is true or that someone else is right 〔不情愿地〕承认
‘Okay, so maybe I was a little bit scared, ’ Jenny admitted.
You may not like her, but you have to admit that she’s good at her job.
admit to somebody (that)
Paul admitted to me that he sometimes feels jealous of my friendship with Stanley.
I must admit, I didn’t actually do anything to help her.
Admit it! I’m right, aren’t I?
admit (to) doing something
Dana admitted feeling hurt by what I had said.
freely/openly/frankly etc admit (=admit without being ashamed) 直率地/公开/坦白承认等
Phillips openly admits to having an alcohol problem.
2 ACCEPT BLAME 承担责任 [intransitive, transitive] to say that you have done something wrong, especially something criminal 承认 〔过错，尤指罪行〕 SYN confess OPP deny
admit doing something
Greene admitted causing death by reckless driving.
admit to (doing) something
A quarter of all workers admit to taking time off when they are not ill.
After questioning, he admitted to the murder.
No organization has admitted responsibility for the bombing.
► see thesaurus at admit
3 ALLOW TO ENTER 准许进入 [transitive] to allow someone to enter a public place to watch a game, performance etc 允许…进入 → admittance, admission
admit somebody to/into something
Only ticket-holders will be admitted into the stadium.
4 ALLOW TO JOIN 准许加入 [transitive] to allow someone to join an organization, club etc 允许…加入；接纳
admit somebody to/into something
Drake was admitted into the club in 1997.
5 HOSPITAL 医院 [transitive] if people at a hospital admit someone, that person is taken in to be given treatment, tests, or care 接收…入院，收治
What time was she admitted?
be admitted to hospital British English, be admitted to the hospital American English 被医院收治
6 admit defeat to stop trying to do something because you realize you cannot succeed 承认失败，认输
For Haskill, selling the restaurant would be admitting defeat.
7 admit evidence to allow a particular piece of evidence to be used in a court of law 〔法庭上〕接纳证据
8 admit of something phrasal verb formal if a situation admits of a particular explanation, that explanation can be accepted as possible 容许有
1.VERB 动词（常指不情愿地）承认，供认 If you admit that something bad, unpleasant, or embarrassing is true, you agree, often unwillingly, that it is true.
【语法信息】：V to -ing/n
【语法信息】：V with quote
I am willing to admit that I do make mistakes…
Up to two thirds of 14 to 16 year olds admit to buying drink illegally…
I’d be ashamed to admit feeling jealous…
None of these people will admit responsibility for their actions…
‘Actually, most of my tennis is at club level,’ he admitted.
2.VERB 动词接受（入院）；收治 If someone is admitted to hospital, they are taken into hospital for treatment and kept there until they are well enough to go home.
【语法信息】：be V-ed to n
She was admitted to hospital with a soaring temperature…
He was admitted yesterday for treatment of blood clots in his lungs.
3.VERB 动词准许…加入；接纳；招收 If someone is admitted to an organization or group, they are allowed to join it.
【语法信息】：be V-ed to n
He was admitted to the Academie Culinaire de France…
The Parachute Regiment could be forced to admit women.
4.VERB 动词准许…进入 To admit someone to a place means to allow them to enter it.
【语法信息】：V n to n
Embassy security personnel refused to admit him or his wife…
Journalists are rarely admitted to the region.
admits; admitted; admitting [+ object] 1
: to say usually in an unwilling way that you accept or do not deny the truth or existence of (something)（勉强）承认，接受
He admitted (to me) that he didn’t know the answer.
You know you’re wrong. Why don’t you admit it? [=why don’t you say that you’re wrong?] 你知道错了，为什么不承认呢？
You know you’re wrong! Admit it!
He finally admitted his mistake. [=he stopped denying that he had made a mistake] 他最终承认了错误。
I hate to admit it, but he’s right.
He admitted his guilt. = He admitted that he was guilty. = He admitted being guilty.
I didn’t think I’d like the movie, but I have to admit that it was good. = The movie was good, I have to admit (it). = The movie was good, I must admit.
She has refused to admit defeat. [=to admit that she has been defeated] 她不肯认输。
— see also admit to (below)
: to let in (someone or something)准许进入: such as
a : to allow (someone) to enter a place准许（某人）进入某地
This ticket admits one person.
He admitted them into his office.
b : to allow (someone) to join a club, group, etc.准许（某人）加入；接纳
They refused to admit her to/into the club.
c : to accept (someone) as a patient in a hospital接收（某人）入院治疗
The patient was very sick when she was admitted to the hospital.
He was admitted last night for chest pains.
d law : to allow (something) to be considered as evidence in a legal case允许作为证据
The judge decided to admit the evidence.
admit of [phrasal verb] admit of (something) formal
: to allow or permit (something, such as an answer or solution)容许（答案或方案等）
a question that admits of two possible answers
admit to [phrasal verb] admit to (something)
: to admit (something) : to acknowledge the truth or existence of (something)承认；供认；招认
He reluctantly admitted to knowing her. [=he admitted knowing her] 他不情愿地承认认识她。
He admitted to his guilt. = He admitted to being guilty.
— see also admit 1 (above)
— admitted adjective, always used before a noun
He is an admitted liar. [=he has admitted that he lied] 他对说谎直认不讳。
— admittedly /ədˈmɪtədli/ adverb
The movie was a success. Admittedly, it cost much more than expected. [=I admit that it cost much more than expected] 电影很成功。但无可否认，花费比预期高出很多。