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entry US English

An act of going or coming in

re-entry US English

The action or process of re-entering something

entry form US English

An application form for a competition

entry-level US English

At the lowest level in an employment hierarchy

entry word US English

A word, phrase, or name that is the subject of and heading for an entry in a dictionary, glossary, or encyclopedia, and is usually set in boldface or another distinctive type; a headword or lemma

entry wound US English

A wound made by a bullet or other missile at the point where it entered the body

single-entry US English

Denoting a system of bookkeeping in which each transaction is entered in one account only

double-entry US English

Denoting a system of bookkeeping in which each transaction is entered as a debit in one account and a credit in another

entry inhibitor US English

A class of anti-HIV drugs that work by blocking the entry of the virus into a host cell

port of entry US English

A harbor, border town, or airport by which people and goods may enter a country

port of entry in port1 US English

A harbor, border town, or airport by which people and goods may enter a country

entryphone US English

A type of intercom at the entrance to a building by which visitors are required to identify themselves before the door is unlocked by an internal device

entry US Thesaurus

my moment of entry

entry English-Spanish

entrada feminine

entry fee English-Spanish

cuota feminine de inscripción

re-entry English-Spanish

reingreso masculine

entry-level US Thesaurus

entry-level management

forced entry English-Spanish

escalamiento masculine, allanamiento

no entry in entry English-Spanish

prohibida la entrada

entry pass in entry English-Spanish

pase masculine (de entrada)


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