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en·try

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pronunciation:
en tri
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part of speech: noun
inflections: entries
definition 1: an act or instance of entering; entrance.
People without tickets are not permitted entry to the auditorium.Her conversation with her friend was interrupted by the entry of her husband.His entry into politics was a surprise even to his family.
antonyms:
departure, egress, exit
similar words:
admission, entrance
definition 2: an area for entering.
The entry of the building was blocked by police.
antonyms:
egress, exit
similar words:
access, door, entrance, portal
definition 3: a passageway between an outside door and a room; hallway.
They left their umbrellas in the entry.
similar words:
access, hall
definition 4: the act of adding an item or passage to a written record, or such an item or passage itself.
He made entries in his journal on each day of the journey.
antonyms:
deletion, omission
similar words:
tally
definition 5: the right to enter.
The fee for entry is ten dollars.
antonyms:
egress
similar words:
access, door, entrance
definition 6: a debit or credit listed in a financial account.
definition 7: a word or phrase listed, and usu. defined, in a dictionary.
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