W2S2 [ˈentri] n plural entries
1¦(act of entering)¦
2¦(becoming involved)¦
3¦(right to enter)¦
5¦(something written)¦
[Date: 1200-1300; : Old French; Origin: entree, from entrer; ENTER]
1.) ¦(ACT OF ENTERING)¦ [U and C]
the act of going into something
≠ ↑exit entry into
It was dark and their entry into the camp had gone unnoticed.
Harry made his entry into the village.
There was no sign of a forced entry .
How did the thieves gain entry (=get in) ?
when someone starts to take part in a system, a particular kind of work etc, or the permission they need in order to do this
entry into/to
Britain's entry into the European Union
the minimum height for entry into the police force
This enabled European banks to gain entry into new markets.
the entry requirements for a degree course
the right to enter a place, building etc
entry to/into
Entry to the gardens is included in the price of admission.
The refugees were repeatedly refused entry into (=not allowed in) the country.
no entry
(=written on signs to show that you are not allowed to go somewhere)
an entry visa
a) something that you write, make, do etc in order to try and win a competition
The winning entry will be published in our April issue.
What's the closing date for entries?
b) [usually singular]
the number of people or things taking part in a competition
We've attracted a record entry this year.
a piece of writing in a ↑diary, or in a book containing information such as a dictionary
a dictionary entry
6.) ¦(COMPUTER)¦[U]
the act of putting information into a computer
data entry
7.) ¦(DOOR)¦ also entryway AmE
a door, gate, or passage that you go through to enter a place
→↑entrance1 (1)

Dictionary of contemporary English. 2013.

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