From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishadmissionad‧mis‧sion /ədˈmɪʃən/ ●●○W3 noun 🔊 🔊 1[countable]ADMIT a statement in which you admit that something is true or that you have done something wrong syn confessionadmission that 🔊 The Senator’s admission that he had lied to Congress shocked many Americans.admission of guilt/defeat/failure etc 🔊 Silence is often interpreted as an admission of guilt. 🔊 Reese, by his own admission, lacks the necessary experience.2[uncountable]ENTERpermission given to someone to enter a building or place, or to become a member of a school, club etc 🔊 No admission after 10 pm. 🔊 The young men tried to enter a nightclub but were refused admission. 🔊 Women gained admission to the club only recently.admission to 🔊 those applying for admission to university3 →admissions4[countable, uncountable] the process of taking someone into a hospital for treatment, tests, or care 🔊 There are 13,000 hospital admissions annually due to playground accidents.5[uncountable]COST the cost of entrance to a concert, sports event, cinema etc → admittance 🔊 Admission: $10 for adults, $5 for children. 🔊 The cost includes free admission to the casinos. 🔊 The Museum has no admission charge.