- an act of going or coming in；a place of entrance, such as a door or lobby
noun: entry, plural noun: entries
- 1. an act of going or coming in the door was locked, but he forced an entry 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ a place of entrance, such as a door or lobby the entry to a block of flats 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ dialect a passage between buildings.
- ▪ the right, means, or opportunity to enter a place or be a member of something people seeking entry to Australia 同義詞
- ▪ the action of entering something more young people are postponing their entry into full-time work
- ▪ the point at which a particular performer in an ensemble starts or resumes playing or singing a fluffed entry
- ▪ a card providing an opportunity to transfer the lead to a particular hand the diamonds are still not established, so South must gamble on finding an extra entry to the dummy
- ▪ the action of taking up the legal right to property.
- 2. an item written or printed in a diary, list, account book, or reference book the entries in the cash book 同義詞
- ▪ the action of recording an item in a diary, list, etc. sophisticated features to help ensure accurate data entry 同義詞
- 3. a person or thing competing in a race or competition from the hundreds of entries we received, twelve winners were finally chosen 同義詞
- ▪ the number of competitors in a particular race or competition another large international entry is anticipated for this year's event
- ▪ the action of participating in a race or competition entry is open to people of all ages the entry fee is only £6 per team
- 4. the forward part of a ship's hull below the waterline, considered in terms of breadth or narrowness.