|did not admit||認めなかった|
|forced to admit||認めざるを得ない|
|refused to admit||認めることを拒否した|
· Storm must adapt to faster game, admits Smith after Raiders rout →
Skipper Cameron Smith admits Melbourne failed to adapt as well to the pace of the game under the NRL's new one-referee system in their 22-6 NRL loss to Canberra.
· Cook Off, the no-budget romcom that became the first Zimbabwean film on Netflix →
Chitima admitted that none of the cast or crew had yet been paid for their work.
· Girl dies after being stung by hornets in Terengganu →
“The girl, with 65 hornet stings, was admitted to HSNZ at 9.17pm yesterday from Dungun Hospital.
· Going the extra mile to keep Gardens by the Bay neat and tidy during the circuit breaker →
While the staff admitted this scrutiny is one of the challenges of the job, they don't shy away from putting in effort to ensure the park lives up to expectations.
· Robodebt scandal: leak reveals unlawful debts predate 2015 but government has no plans to pay back money →
That included debts substantiated using bank statements, which the Guardian on Saturday revealed the government had also admitted could not be legally used to enforce Centrelink overpayments.
· Trump’s policies have enabled police violence against black Americans →
And amid speculation Trump would pardon former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn should he face legal consequences for admitting to lying to the FBI, Barr’s Department of Justice dropped its case against Flynn.
· Carry that weight! Ditch the tour bag, get a push cart for golf riding →
I admit I’ve never been a fan; push carts are unwieldy, heavy, and take way too much space in a car’s boot.
· Supreme Court must not flinch from its duty, not ever: P Chidambaram →
The Court admitted the Writ Petitions, framed nine important questions, withdrew all similar cases pending before the High Courts to itself, restrained any other Court from entertaining or deciding any case on Demonetisation and, having regard to the general public importance of the issues, directed that the matters be heard by a Constitution Bench of five judges.
· How Coronavirus wreaking havoc on people’s mental health →
Many quarantined individuals have, in fact, admitted to short- and long-term mental health problems, including stress, insomnia, emotional exhaustion and substance abuse.
· Who is Hunter Biden and could he impact his father's campaign? →
He testified that he did not think the president had done anything illegal but admitted that he feared it would create a political storm if it became public.