entry 英 [ˈentri]   美 [ˈɛntri]

entry

entry  英 [ˈentri] 美 [ˈɛntri]

n. 进入,入口;参与;词条,条目;登记 

名词复数:entries 

The children were surprised by the sudden entry of their teacher. 老师突然进来使孩子们感到意外。
How did the thieves gain entryinto the building? 窃贼是怎样进入大楼的?

  • 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.
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  • 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.

    老师突然进来使孩子们感到意外。

  • 2. How did the thieves gain entryinto the building?

    窃贼是怎样进入大楼的?

  • 3. No Entry (= for example, on a sign)

    禁止入内

  • 4. Entry to the museum is free.

    这座博物馆免费参观。

  • 5. to be granted/refused entryinto the country

    准予╱禁止入境

  • 6. countries seeking entry into the European Union

    寻求加入欧盟的国家

  • 7. Entry is open to anyone over the age of 18.

    *18 岁以上的人均可参赛。

  • 8. an entry form

    参赛表格

  • 9. an encyclopedia entry

    百科全书的一个条目

  • 10. More keyboarding staff are required for data entry.

    需要更多的键盘录入人员来负责输入资料。

  • 11. You can leave your umbrella in the entry.

    你可以把伞放在入口处。

  • 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.
entry / ˈentri ; NAmE ˈentri / noun ( plural entries ) going in 进入 1 [countable ,  uncountable ] an act of going into or getting into a place 进入(指行动) She made her entryto the sound of thunderous applause. 她在雷鸣般的掌声中走了进来。 The children were surprised by the sudden entry of their teacher. 老师突然进来使孩子们感到意外。 entry(into sth) How did the thieves gain entryinto the building? 窃贼是怎样进入大楼的? 2 [uncountable ] the right or opportunity to enter a place 进入(指权利、机会) No Entry (= for example, on a sign) 禁止入内 entry(to/into sth) Entry to the museum is free. 这座博物馆免费参观。 to be granted/refused entryinto the country 准予╱禁止入境 joining group 加入集体 3 [uncountable ] entry(into sth) the right or opportunity to take part in sth or become a member of a group 参与,加入(指权利、机会) countries seeking entry into the European Union 寻求加入欧盟的国家 the entry of women into the workforce 妇女加入劳动大军 in competition 比赛 4 [countable ] something that you do, write or make to take part in a competition, for example answering a set of questions 参赛作品;竞赛答题 There have been some impressive entries in the wildlife photography section (= impressive photographs). 野生动物摄影部份已有一些上佳参赛作品。 The closing date for entries is 31 March. 递交参赛作品的截止日期是 3 月 31 日。 The sender of the first correct entry drawn will win a weekend for two in Venice. 第一个寄出正确的竞赛答题者将获得两人在威尼斯度周末的机会。 5 [uncountable ] the act of taking part in a competition, race, etc. 参赛 Entry is open to anyone over the age of 18. *18 岁以上的人均可参赛。 an entry form 参赛表格 6 [singular ] the total number of people who are taking part in a competition, race, etc. 参赛人数 There's a record entry for this year's marathon. 参加本年度马拉松比赛的人数创下最高纪录。 written information 书面资料 7 [countable ] an item, for example a piece of information, that is written or printed in a dictionary, an account book, a diary, etc. 项目;条目;词条;账目;记录 an encyclopedia entry 百科全书的一个条目 entry(in sth) There is no entry in his diary for that day. 他的日记里没有那天的记录。 8 [uncountable ] the act of recording information in a computer, book, etc. 登记;登录;录入 More keyboarding staff are required for data entry. 需要更多的键盘录入人员来负责输入资料。 door/gate 9 ( also entry·way / ˈentriweɪ ; NAmE ˈentriweɪ / ) ( both NAmE) [countable ] a door, gate or passage where you enter a building; an entrance hall 大门;入口处;通道;门厅 You can leave your umbrella in the entry. 你可以把伞放在入口处。 entry entries entry / ˈentri ; NAmE ˈentri / entry·way / ˈentriweɪ ; NAmE ˈentriweɪ /
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