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Англо-русский строительный словарь - admission

 

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admission

1) впуск; допуск

2) подвод (воды); подача; пропуск

3) наполнение; степень наполнения

admission of air

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1.
  1) впуск; подвод; подача2) наполнение (цилиндра)•admission of pressure oilsingle admission ...
Англо-русский машиностроительный словарь
2.
  въезд ...
Англо-русский дипломатический словарь
3.
  noun  1) доступ  2) входная плата; вход admission by ticket - вход по билетам admission fee - вступительный взнос  3) принятие, допущение  4) признание admission of ones guilt - признание своей вины  5) tech. впуск, подвод (пара или воздуха в цилиндр и т.п.) - admission valve - admission gear - admission stroke - admission space ADMISSION by order вход по пропускам ADMISSION gear впускной механизм ADMISSION space объем наполнения ADMISSION stroke ход впуска (всасывания) ADMISSION valve впускной клапан ...
Англо-русский словарь
4.
  1. доступ, вход admission fee —- вступительный взнос admission free —- вход бесплатный; прием без вступительного взноса admission by ticket —- вход по билетам admission of aliens into a country —- разрешение иностранным гражданам на въезд в страну to gain admission to —- получить доступ к to grant admission —- выдать разрешение на вход; принять 2. прием admission to the school —- запись в школу admission to membership of the United Nations —- принятие в члены ООН admission to the Union —- ам. прием в состав Соединенных Штатов 3. входная плата 4. признание правильным, действительным serious admission —- серьезное признание admission of guilt —- признание вины to make full admission(s) —- полностью признаться 5. (to) допуск, допущение admission to the practice of law —- допущение к юридической практике admission to pension —- воен. назначение пенсии 6. тех. впуск, наполнение, подвод admission valve —- впускной клапан admission gear —- впускной механизм admission stroke —- ход впуска ...
Новый большой англо-русский словарь
5.
  образ. прием в колледж (университет) Осуществляется на основе удостоверения об окончании средней школы, рекомендаций школьных учителей, впечатления, произведенного на собеседовании interview и отборочного теста с учетом очков, набранных при прохождении теста на обучаемость Scholastic Aptitude Test ...
Англо-русский лингвострановедческий словарь
6.
  1) допущение, признание 2) доступ ADMISSION сущ. 1) доступ, вход 2) допущение 3) юр. признание (в уголовном праве признание виновным тех или иных фактов, не эквивалентно признанию вины) 4) принятие • judicial admission — признание в ходе судебного разбирательства - admission fee - admission of goods free of duty - admission of guilt - admission of proof - admission of quotation - admission to practice - application for admission Syn: admittance, tolerance, recognition ...
Англо-русский Русско-английский экономический словарь
7.
  admission of claim ...
Англо-русский строительный словарь
8.
  1) наполнение 2) впуск, подвод - effective admission - full admission - mixed admission - partial admission - tangential admission ...
Большой Англо-русский Русско-английский политехнический словарь
9.
  n. 1 an acknowledgement (admission of error; admission that he was wrong). 2 a the process or right of entering. b a charge for this (admission is {pound}5). 3 a person admitted to a hospital. Usage Has more general application in senses of ADMIT than admittance. Etymology: ME f. L admissio (as ADMIT) ...
Толковый словарь английского языка Oxford English Reference
10.
   noun  Date: 15th century  1.  a. the act or process of admitting  b. the state or privilege of being admitted  c. a fee paid at or for ~  2.  a. the granting of an argument or position not fully proved  b. acknowledgment that a fact or statement is true  • admissive adjective ...
Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary
11.
  (admissions) 1. Admission is permission given to a person to enter a place, or permission given to a country to enter an organization. Admission is also the act of entering a place. Students apply for admission to a particular college... ...an increase in hospital admissions of children. N-VAR: oft N to n 2. Admissions to a place such as a school or university are the people who are allowed to enter or join it. Each school sets its own admissions policy. N-PLURAL: oft N n 3. Admission at a park, museum, or other place is the amount of money that you pay to enter it. Gates open at 10.30am and admission is free. N-UNCOUNT • Admission is also used before a noun. The admission price is $8 for adults. N-UNCOUNT: N n 4. An admission is a statement that something bad, unpleasant, or embarrassing is true. By his own admission, he is not playing well... N-VAR: oft N of n, N that ...
Collins COBUILD Advanced Learner's English Dictionary
12.
  ~ W3 n 1 a statement in which you admit that something is true or that you have done something wrong ~ that  (The Senator's admission that he had lied to Congress shocked many Americans. | admission of guilt/failure/defeat etc)  (The court may interpret your silence as an admission of guilt.) by/on your own ~  (By his own admission, he is a complete womanizer.) 2 permission given to someone to enter or become a member of a school, club, building etc  (seeking admission to a prestigious university | This particular college has a very selective admissions policy.) gain ~  (Women gained admission to the club only recently.) 3 ~s the process of allowing people to enter a university, institution, hospital etc, or the number of people who can enter  (Doctors are reporting a steep rise in admissions. | admissions policy/procedures/officer etc)  (This particular college has a very selective admissions policy.) 4 the cost of entrance to a concert, sports event etc  (The cost includes free admission to the casinos. | Admission: &3.50.) 5 permission to enter a place  (No admission after 10pm.)  ( USAGE NOTE: ADMISSION WORD CHOICE: ~, admittance, ~s ^~ is the usual word. Admittance is more formal and only used in the meaning `permission to go in a building, park etc', usually given by someone in authority. On a notice you might see: Private Road: No Admittance ^~s is the word used by official organizations about the number of people entering a university, school, hospital etc: the admissions officer/policy/procedure | We have a lot of emergency admissions. ) ...
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English

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