Translation of admission in Spanish:


entrada, n.

Pronunciation /ədˈmɪʃən/ /ədˈmɪʃ(ə)n/


  • 1

    • 1.1(to building, theater, exhibition)

      entrada feminine
      admisión feminine
      the management reserves the right to refuse admission reservado el derecho de admisión

    • 1.2(price)

      precio de entrada masculine
      entrada feminine
      admission free/$5 entrada gratuita/5 dólares
      • they don't charge admission to the museum no cobran la entrada al museo
      • The exhibition officially opens to the public today and admission is included in the normal entry price.
      • Dancing will commence from 10.30 pm and admission includes free entry into a draw for a picture.
      • This demonstration will be open to the public, and admission is E5 including tea and a raffle.
      • This demonstration is open to the public, and admission is 5€ including tea and a raffle.
      • Playfair does not charge admission and no attendance figures are available.
      • Manchester's Museum of Science and Industry has more than doubled its visitors after abolishing admission charges.
      • Delaware does not record attendance figures because the facility does not charge admission.
      • Car parking is free of charge and admission is £8 for adults and £4 for senior citizens and children.
      • I went to the Ethnographic Museum, which charged four leva admission.
      • One of the difficulties cathedrals have is we do like to encourage visitors to come and visit but the vast majority feel it is immoral to charge admission.
      • Judges praises its hands on science gallery and also the decision to scrap admission charges, with the help of the government.
      • His proposal to charge admission to the city's swimming pools sparked huge debate.
      • Entry to the Armouries is free, but there is a special events charge for admission to the demonstrations.
      • They all charge such extortionate admission charges they must make a fortune.
      • Some buildings charge admission but the ruins of the abbey, next to the parish church, are free.
      • I am writing in support of the council's reported proposal to reintroduce admission charges to the City Art Gallery.
      • The admission price includes free entry to the door prize, which will be raffled that day.
      • The package includes admission with premier level access, a three-course silver service lunch and race card.
      • He has further endeared himself to local fans by staging free tournaments or charging a mere R10 admission fee.
      • The show will be held in the Community Sports Complex and admission is 8.

    • 1.3(into college, society)

      ingreso masculine
      admisión feminine
      • No doubt there are some very good arguments to be had about the need to reform the exam system, and the process of university admission.
      • The nurse explains hospital admission routines and the process of being prepared for surgery.
      • Therefore, the nurse planned the evening work activities to allow time for the admission process.
      • In the event admission to hospital is required and that has to be arranged before proceeding to the next visit.
      • He and his companion were taken through the whole admission process.
      • We have been conducting our own admission process for the past over 53 years.
      • There are no police reports on this incident and there is no hospital admission record for this individual.
      • In what they believe to be emergency cases the Primecare doctors will contact the local ambulance service and arrange hospital admission.
      • After July 10, the process of admission in accordance with merit was initiated in the colleges.
      • According to the Teachers Union the Constitution gives right to the university to hold admission tests for all courses.
      • The admission process at the college where this research took place is a four-step procedure.
      • Sebastian was unwell but not so unwell that he required hospital admission.
      • Acute abdominal pain is a common surgical emergency requiring admission to hospital.
      • Seven required hospital admission and there were no deaths.
      • Patient education is a dynamic, ongoing process that occurs from admission to discharge.
      • However, that number was less than half of those actually processed for admission.
      • She arranged for another doctor to visit and organise admission to hospital.
      • Data were collected from emergency department and hospital admission logs.
      • After his admission to the hospital that first time I started hunting for a support group to join.
      • Notes for all child patients have been put onto computer to allow instant access upon admission.
      • That year also saw a record number of admissions: 1.64 billion.
      • Admissions in 2003 fell to 167.3 million - 5% down on 2002's record 176 million total, the Film Council said.
      • The cinema industry has been fighting back since its lowest point in the 1980s when admissions sank to 54 million in 1984 at the height of the home video boom.

    • 1.4(into hospital)

      ingreso masculine
      internación feminine Southern Cone

  • 2

    admisión feminine
    reconocimiento masculine
    • By his own admission that's one of his best qualities: to bring out the best in players who are maybe not as good as some in other teams.
    • By their own admission that is way beyond their technological grasp, and may remain forever out of reach.
    • I take their complete silence on this issue as an admission that their earlier claims are unsustainable.
    • Isn't this a tacit admission that the claim is in fact correct?
    • What's refreshing is the admission that his campaign is at all vulnerable.
    • Those restrictions remained in place yesterday, despite the admission that the information on which they were based was not new.
    • Hours later, came the admission that in a way they were misleading.
    • Indeed her case led to the admission that 500 children in the agency's care were missing.
    • But the admission that he lied is not enough to prove him guilty in the eyes of the court.
    • Behe's statement here is basically an admission that ID has made no headway as science.
    • The actor, by his own admission, claims that he has learnt to relax and take success and failure in his stride.
    • Now Mickey, there were nearly a dozen confessions or statements, admissions, whatever you want to call them…
    • It would seem more likely that an apology and an admission would have yielded a shorter ban.
    • He said the admission that some civil servants went for ten years without being given permanent jobs, was not an exaggeration.
    • Jason stares at Daphne, surprised by the admission that Doug's negligence bothers her.
    • One strength of the study is its concern with visitors, and the admission that in many ways we know little about how and why visitors react to displays.
    • He said he had compiled his notebook and recorded the admission that the appellant had hit the postman at 7.45 pm that night.
    • I start this piece with the admission that I have been an abject failure.
    • She confirmed that he was arrested upon making the admission that he had smoked marijuana with his girlfriend.
    • Jobs kicked off his spiel with the admission that the last seven months had been pretty ropy for the manufacturer.