Traductions & exemples
to admit of (aussi: to accept, to acknowledge, to admit, to admit to be, to allow of, to consent, to recognize)
expand_more Je ne m'en réjouis pas, mais je dois admettre qu'on a réduit les programmes sociaux.
Décide d'admettre la République du Monténégro à l'Organisation des Nations Unies.
Décide d'admettre la Confédération suisse à l'Organisation des Nations Unies.
Exemples d'usage pour « to admit of » en français
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EnglishDecides to admit the Republic of Montenegro to membership in the United Nations.
EnglishI am the first one to admit that extradition law is a very complex body of law.
EnglishThey have criminal records and I think the hon. member opposite would admit that.
EnglishWhen mistakes are made, we will admit them and we will correct them promptly.
EnglishIt is, however, clearly not possible to admit this in the face of market forces.
EnglishYou have been wrong for the past ten years, and now you do not want to admit it!
Englishassessing threshold reliability and deciding to admit the tape, the trial judge
EnglishBut yes, Mr Bayrou, let us admit that we also bear the responsibility for that.
EnglishI admit that the result of the repeat Irish referendum was no surprise to me.
EnglishThis government would not be afraid to admit that the tax system is complicated.
EnglishNobody wanted to admit what was happening and everybody simply turned a blind eye.
EnglishHowever, I must admit that some Member States take this more seriously than others.
EnglishStates were sometimes reluctant to admit that they were engaged in an armed conflict.
EnglishA refugee may only be deported to a State which agrees to admit him or her.
EnglishI must admit that if I were a victim, I would not appreciate the distinction.
EnglishUltimately it is up to secondary schools themselves to decide who to admit.
EnglishHowever, we will not have reached that position by 19 March, which I freely admit.
EnglishThis sort of ambiguity cannot go on, and we hope that the Council will admit that.
EnglishI must admit that I am absolutely torn between two ways of looking at this.
EnglishYet we must also admit at this point that there is still a very long way to go.
Traductions similaires pour « to admit of » en français
to take care of verbe
on behalf of préposition
avoidance of substantif
to get hold of
to get hold of verbe
to get rid of verbe
to take advantage of verbe