entry 英 [ˈentri] 美 [ˈɛntri]
- Entry has loads of meanings, most of them concerning going inside someplace and the way you happen to get inside. It can also refer to written records (as in a diary or ledger) or a submission to a contest.
- n. 进入，入口；参与；词条，条目；登记
1. The children were surprised by the sudden entry of their teacher.
2. How did the thieves gain entryinto the building?
3. No Entry (= for example, on a sign)
4. Entry to the museum is free.
5. to be granted/refused entryinto the country
6. countries seeking entry into the European Union
7. Entry is open to anyone over the age of 18.
8. an entry form
9. an encyclopedia entry
10. More keyboarding staff are required for data entry.
11. You can leave your umbrella in the entry.
- entry (n.) c. 1300, "act or fact of physically entering; place of entrance, means of entering a building; opportunity or right of entering; initiation or beginning of an action;" from Old French entree "entry, entrance" (12c.), noun use of fem. past participle of entrer "to enter" (see enter). Meaning "that which is entered or set down (in a book, list, etc.)" is from c. 1500.