1. to admit
Today however, we have to admit that this historical opportunity has been missed.
he had to admit
I need to admit I was wrong
to admit doing something: He admitted breaking the window.
The police to admit they have no evidence.
I have to admit that I don't like it very much.
It's fine to admit that you're scared
I have to admit that I have a feeling of both hope and despair about this.
English word "承认"(to admit) occurs in sets:最简单的动词 - Basic verbs
The police forced a confession from her.
We can press charges now that we have his full confession in writing.
I have a confession to make – I’ve lost the handbag you gave me.
I was told you were ready to make a full confession.
to go to confession
a statement that you have done something wrong, illegal, or embarrassing, especially a formal statement: Sanchez's confession was read out to the court.
After hours of questioning by police, she made a full confession.
How long has it been since your last confession?
English word "承认"(confession) occurs in sets:词汇 (A-D) - Vocabulary (A-D)