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entrance1

en·trance1

entrance1

 
pronunciation:
en trihns
part of speech: noun
definition 1: an act or instance of entering.
The entrance of the prima ballerina brought thunderous applause from the audience.
synonyms:
admittance, entrée, entry, ingress
antonyms:
departure, egress, exit
similar words:
admission, appearance, approach
definition 2: a point, area, or passage for entering, such as a doorway.
The entrance to the castle was heavily guarded.You can't use the side entrance of the school; use must use the main entrance.
 
synonyms:
door, doorway, entranceway, entry, entryway, gate, hall, ingress, portal
antonyms:
egress, exit
similar words:
access, adit, approach, driveway, foyer, hallway, hatch, inlet, opening, postern
definition 3: ability or permission to enter; admission.
They were among the few who were given entrance to the star's dressing room.How did they gain entrance to the school building at night?
synonyms:
access, admission, admittance, entrée, entry, ingress
antonyms:
egress