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  1. enter

    • IPA[ˈɛntə]

    英式

    • v.
      come or go into (a place);used as a stage direction to indicate when a character comes on stage
    • n.
      a key on a computer keyboard which is used to perform various functions, such as executing a command or selecting options on a menu.
    • verb: enter, 3rd person present: enters, gerund or present participle: entering, past tense: entered, past participle: entered

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    • 1. a key on a computer keyboard which is used to perform various functions, such as executing a command or selecting options on a menu.
    • n.
      (in North American, and formerly also British, legal use) the crime of entering a building by ... he was arrested for breaking and entering

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    • n.
      the crime of entering a building by force so as to commit burglary: he was arrested for breaking and entering

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      begin an activity or job; start to pursue a particular course in life

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    • ph.
      begin an activity or job; start to pursue a particular course in life

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    • v.
      enter (something) again: women who wish to re-enter the labor market

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    • ph.
      become involved in an activity, situation, or matter

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    • v.
      enter (something) again: women who wish to re-enter the labour market

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    • ph.
      become involved in an activity, situation, or matter

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    • IPA[ˈen(t)ər]

    美式

    • v.
      come or go into (a place): she entered the kitchen the door opened and Karl entered
    • n.
      a key on a computer keyboard which is used to perform various functions, such as executing a ...

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