inadmissible

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French inadmissible, from Middle French inadmissible.

Morphologically in- +‎ admissible.

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inadmissible (comparative more inadmissible, superlative most inadmissible)

  1. Not admissible, especially that cannot be admitted as evidence at a trial.

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inadmissible (plural inadmissibles)

  1. A person who is not to be admitted (to a country, a group, etc).
    • 2018, Southwest Border Migration FY2018 United States Customs and Border Patrol:
      June saw a decline in Southwest Border apprehensions and inadmissibles by 18 percent compared to May. This decline follows the overall downward trend for this time of year as apprehensions and inadmissibles along the Southwest Border have declined from May to June.

Catalan[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From in- +‎ admissible.

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inadmissible (masculine and feminine plural inadmissibles)

  1. inadmissible

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

in- +‎ admissible

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inadmissible (plural inadmissibles)

  1. inadmissible
    Synonym: inacceptable

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