Noun Admittance Definition and Examples


Noun:

Admittance

Pronunciation:

/ədˈmɪt(ə)ns/

Definition:
1.

noun

The process or fact of entering or being allowed to enter a place or institution.
  1. 'The door opened with a rusty squeak and Tawnie was allowed admittance.'
  2. 'The park only charges 3 yuan for admittance which is the park's main income.'
  3. 'In 1993 I was able to gain admittance to the Literature Department of the film academy.'
  4. 'Signs alerted hikers that no admittance was allowed without a permit.'
  5. 'In particular, the attempts of women to gain admittance to professional bodies have been documented in detail.'
  6. 'Local residents are only too well aware of the increasing danger to pedestrians along West Lane at the times of school admittance and school closure yet this decision will increase the volume of traffic past Sandal School.'
  7. 'If we, the citizens, are not aware of this, others are, and by the millions seek immediate admittance into these institutions.'
  8. 'With a brief word from his chauffeur, they were allowed admittance.'
  9. 'He goes to great lengths, for example, to describe his admittance into Hampton Institute in Virginia in 1872 as the result of his ability to clean and dust a classroom.'
  10. 'In order to gain admittance into the Milliken or Fairchild Libraries after hours, a student or faculty member must scan their personally assigned access card.'
A measure of electrical conduction, numerically equal to the reciprocal of the impedance.
    ((n.) The act of admitting.|--|(n.) Permission to enter; the power or right of entrance; also, actual entrance; reception.|--|(n.) Concession; admission; allowance; as, the admittance of an argument.|--|(n.) Admissibility.|--|(n.) The act of giving possession of a copyhold estate.|--|)


    noun

    1. permission or right to enter: admittance into the exhibit room.

    2. an act of admitting.

    3. actual entrance.

    4. Electricity. the measure of the ability of a circuit to conduct an alternating current, consisting of two components, conductance and susceptance; the reciprocal of impedance, expressed in mhos. Symbol:Y.


    Examples:

    "There can be admittance rooms."
    "There can be admittance procedures."
    "countries can have admittances."
    "admittances can be to places."
    "admittances can be to people/places/organizations."
    "admittances can be to organisations."
    "admittances can be to assemblies."
    "people/places/organizations can have admittances."
    "admittances can be with places."
    "admittances can be with injuries."
    "admittances can be to worlds."
    "admittances can be to nations."
    "admittances can be to institutions."
    "admittances can be to groupings."
    "admittances can be to groups."
    "admittances can be to exchanges."
    "admittances can be to churches."
    "admittances can be to castles."
    "admittances can be to afterlifes."
    "sensations can have admittances."


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