Definitions for admissibleædˈmɪs ə bəl
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deserving to be admitted
capable or deserving to be admitted, accepted or allowed; allowable, permissible, acceptable
Describing a heuristic that never overestimates the cost of reaching a goal.
Origin: From admissible
entitled to be admitted, or worthy of being admitted; that may be allowed or conceded; allowable; as, the supposition is hardly admissible
Origin: [F. admissible, LL. admissibilis. See Admit.]
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
In a court of law, the findings of this report wouldn't even be admissible, basically, you'd have to prove each allegation.
There's no peer-reviewed articles that would support this. ... It's not generally accepted by the scientific community, so it's something that in most courts would not be admissible as evidence.
In criminal law, the police can't wire somebody up. They have to give you Miranda warnings if they're going to take a statement from you, however, if a civilian is tape recording you, as was the case here with HBO, that's admissible in court if it's relevant to the crime committed.
Under Pennsylvania law, the statements of a suspect are not admissible until ... you can independently prove that a crime was committed, the basic problem always remained that we didn't have any forensics or anything to tell us what had happened because of the delay of a year between when the event occurred and when Andrea Constand came in to police.
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- приемлив, допустимBulgarian
- admissibleCatalan, Valencian
- annehmbar, akzeptabelGerman
- aceptable, admisibleSpanish
- hyväksyttävä, kelvollinen, päteväFinnish
- leyfilegur, heimillIcelandic
- aannemelijk, acceptabelDutch
- допусти́мый, прие́млемыйRussian
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