admission-n; 4 Senses

Sense Number 1: the act of officially gaining entrance to somewhere

Commentary: ADMISSION[+event][+gaining][+entrance][+official]

Their nation is seeking admission into the EU.
Her condition required frequent hospital admissions.
Admission to that university is quite difficult.
Sally was a little jealous of Jane's admission to the Academy of Sciences.
The cost of admission to that country club may not be worth it. (Note: here 'admission' refers to the act of gaining entrance, This is not an example of Sense 3)

WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1

Sense Number 2: the act of acknowledging the truth of something

Commentary: ADMISSION[+event][+speech_act][+acknowledgment][+of_truth]

There was a tacit admission from John that things had gone wrong.
He is a man who, by his own admission, tends to be a pessimist.
The defendant's admission of guilt caught the jury by surprise.

WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 2

Sense Number 3: an entrance or access fee to something

Commentary: ADMISSION[+quantity][+fee][+access][+to_event]

How much is the admission to this movie theater?
We didn't have to pay admission because of Bob's complimentary tickets.
She said the admission to the exhibit is five dollars.

WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 3

Sense Number 4: none of the above

Commentary: Automatically generated NOTA sense (bbn)