Definition of admittable in English:

admittable

adjective

  • Acceptable, allowable, valid. In later use also: capable of being or having the right to be admitted to a place, position, etc.

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in Thomas Hoccleve (c1367–1426), poet and clerk. Originally from post-classical Latin admittibilis; in later use from admit + -able.

Pronunciation:

admittable

/ədˈmɪtəbl/