Just admit it.
“We admit he killed him.
In public, nobody will admit anything of the sort.
The waste issue is exacerbated by a culture of denial, food industry insiders admit.
“Say admit it ice in the chat.”
So to admit the existence of holes is to admit the existence of immaterial objects!
"I think for them to admit now that there were cases is essentially to admit defeat.
More devastatingly, however, he must admit that the existence of matter does not help to explain the occurrence of our ideas.
“I admit that I fabricated operations, I admit that I cancelled fictitious operations,” he told his interrogators.
AS CHINESE officials admit, one of the biggest threats to the country’s financial stability is a reckless build-up of local-government debt.
While mass nouns do not admit the indefinite article, they admit a use of ‘some’ which acts like an indefinite article (Cartwright 1965).
“The surprising thing with this is that once you admit it, you’ll be surprised at the number of other people who admit it as well,” says Kim.
'There’s a game that off-duty film critics play – people take turns to admit their personal gaps in the cinema canon – but with added professional humiliation.
In 1937, he told the Palestine Royal Commission: "I do not admit for instance, that a great wrong has been done to the Red Indians of America or the black people of Australia.
While it might be uncomfortable to admit, the discussion of sex is still taboo in our society for some, which prevents us from being able to admit our desires.
Migrants and their families tell reporters they are coming now because they believe the Biden administration is more likely to admit them to the US than the Trump administration was.
More importantly, Mr Falcone had to admit to wrongdoing, the first such admission under the SEC’s policy of reducing the number of deals it cuts with defendants in which they neither admit nor deny guilt.
If I am known in Rome to be an architect, if I am seen drawing or with a pencil in my hand, I cannot enter into genteel company who will not admit an artist or, if they do admit him, will very probably rub affronts on him in order to prevent his appearing at their card-playing, balls and concerts.
In brief: if we admit a certain kind of entity, we cannot but admit all the other kinds of entities that figure in the identity conditions of such an entity; we admit fictional works; so we cannot but also admit fictional objects because they figure in the identity conditions of fictional works (cf.
(1) I trust every animal that belongs to me; (2) Dogs gnaw bones; (3) I admit no animals into my study, unless they will beg when told to do so; (4) All the animals in the yard are mine; (5) I admit every animal, that I trust, into my study; (6) The only animals, that are really willing to beg when told to do so, are dogs.
- declare to be true or admit the existence or reality or truth of
Example: He admitted his errors
- allow to enter; grant entry to
Example: We cannot admit non-members into our club building
- allow participation in or the right to be part of; permit to exercise the rights, functions, and responsibilities of
Example: admit someone to the profession
- admit into a group or community
- afford possibility
Example: This problem admits of no solution
- give access or entrance to
Example: The French doors admit onto the yard
- have room for; hold without crowding
- serve as a means of entrance
Example: This ticket will admit one adult to the show
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1 I trust every animal that belongs to me 2 Dogs gnaw bones 3 I admit no animals into my study unless they will beg when told to do so 4 All the animals in the yard are mine 5 I admit every animal that I trust into my study 6 The only animals that are really willing to beg when told to do so are dogs