• noun:
• The work of admitting or entering.
• Permission to enter.
• Appropriate of entry. See Usage Note at entry.
• Electricity The reciprocal of impedance.
• Permission to enter, the ability or right of entry.
• real entry, reception.
• The vulva, particularly the labia majora.
• (law) The act of giving possession of a copyhold estate.
• The reciprocal of impedance
• Permission to enter; the energy or right of entrance; also, real entrance; reception.
• Concession; entry; allowance.
• The work of offering ownership of a copyhold estate.
• The reciprocal of impedance.
• Permission to enter; the ability or right of entrance; hence, actual entry: as, he gained admittance into the church.
• Concession; entry; allowance: as, the admittance of a disagreement.
• The custom or privilege to be accepted to your society for the great.
• in-law, the giving possession of a copyhold estate.
• The reciprocal regarding the impedance in an alternating-current circuit and/or proportion of alternating-current split by the electromotive force eaten because of the current. See impedance. The the different parts of admittance are the conductance and the susceptance (which see).
• the ability to enter
• the act of admitting you to definitely enter

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• The work of admitting or entering.