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enter British & World English

Come or go into (a place)

enter English Thesaurus

police entered the house

enter key in enter British & World English

A key on a computer keyboard which is used to perform various functions, such as executing a command or selecting options on a menu

put down one's name British & World English

Apply to enter an educational institution, course, competition, etc.

re-enter British & World English

Enter (something) again

enter into British & World English

Become involved in (an activity or situation)

enter on/upon British & World English

Begin (an activity or job); start to pursue (a particular course in life)

enter the lists British & World English

Issue or accept a challenge

enter someone's head British & World English

(Of a thought or idea) occur to someone

enter someone's life British & World English

(Of a person or thing) start to play a significant part in someone’s existence

enter into the spirit British & World English

Join wholeheartedly in an event, especially one of celebration and festivity

fray2 British & World English

A situation of intense competitive activity

enter on/upon in enter British & World English

Begin (an activity or job); start to pursue (a particular course in life)

enter into in enter British & World English

Become involved in (an activity or situation)

enter into the spirit of something British & World English

Begin to enjoy and feel part of a lively event or atmosphere

enter someone's head in enter British & World English

(Of a thought or idea) occur to someone

enter someone's life in enter British & World English

(Of a person or thing) start to play a significant part in someone’s existence

put down one's name in name British & World English

Apply to enter an educational institution, course, competition, etc.

enter the lists in list1 British & World English

Issue or accept a challenge

enter into the spirit in spirit British & World English

Join wholeheartedly in an event, especially one of celebration and festivity

enter into the spirit of something in enter British & World English

Begin to enjoy and feel part of a lively event or atmosphere

enter someone's head or mind in enter British & World English

(Of a thought or idea) occur to someone


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