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entrance1 US English

An opening, such as a door, passage, or gate, that allows access to a place

entrance2 US English

Fill (someone) with wonder and delight, holding their entire attention

entrance hall US English

The room or space immediately inside the main door of a large or grand building

Common Entrance US English

An examination taken, usually at 13, by pupils wishing to enter public schools

make an entrance US English

(Of an actor or performer) come on stage

make an entrance in entrance1 US English

(Of an actor or performer) come on stage

entranceway US English

A way into a place or thing, especially a doorway or corridor at the entrance to a building

make an or one's entrance in entrance1 US English

(Of an actor or performer) come on stage

entrance1 US Thesaurus

the main entrance

entrance2 US Thesaurus

I was entranced by her beauty

entrance English-Spanish

entrada feminine

entrance fee US Thesaurus

the club charges an entrance fee

entrance fee English-Spanish

(precio masculine de) entrada feminine

entrance hall English-Spanish

hall masculine, vestíbulo masculine

Common Entrance New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

examination taken by candidates for public school

entrance wound English-Spanish

→ entry wound

service entrance English-Spanish

entrada feminine de servicio

entrance examination in entrance English-Spanish

examen masculine de ingreso

the rear entrance in rear English-Spanish

la puerta de atrás

tradesman's entrance in tradesman English-Spanish

entrada de servicio, puerta de servicio

entrance o on ramp in ramp English-Spanish

vía feminine de accesoa una autopista

concealed entrance/exit in conceal English-Spanish

peligro: entrada/salida de vehículos

they were refused entrance in entrance English-Spanish

no se les permitió la entrada, se les negó la admisión

the room nearest the entrance in near English-Spanish

la habitación que está más cerca de la entrada

her entrance was met with applause in applause English-Spanish

su entrada fue recibida con aplausos

he made his usual flamboyant entrance in flamboyant English-Spanish

hizo su aparatosa entrada de costumbre

she's taking the civil service entrance examinations in civil service English-Spanish

está haciendo oposiciones para ingresar a la administración pública

you timed your entrance/that comment perfectly in time English-Spanish

no podrías haber elegido un mejor momento para entrar/hacer esa observación

he shoulder-charged his way through the group at the entrance in shoulder-charge English-Spanish

se abrió paso empujando con el hombro al grupo que estaba en la entrada