noun, plural en·tries.
Origin of entry
Examples from the Web for entries
There is an expanded place-name index with more than 150,000 entries, and separate undersea, Moon, and Mars features.
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Cole challenged himself to write a chapter every day, and posted these entries on a blog.Teju Cole’s Keen Eye Spares No One—Himself Included|Benjamin Lytal|July 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
For Microsoft in 2014, this meant showing the new Call of Duty, a Halo collection, and other entries in established franchises.
After a couple of days I gave up looking, because I didn't have time to scroll through all the entries.All You Need to Be a Modern Digital Stalker Is a Smartphone|Tauriq Moosa|April 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
After that he handed them over to his wife, and the entries soon cease.Life Of Mozart, Vol. 2 (of 3)|Otto Jahn
All these weeks he had automatically made the entries as usual, and from Sunday, 1st June, the figures moved steadily upward.The House by the River|A. P. Herbert
The neighbourhood had a week of preparation, and the entries for the Coningsby steeple-chase were numerous.Coningsby|Benjamin Disraeli
Does any part of that notebook contain any entries relating to anything involving your brother?Warren Commission (1 of 26): Hearings Vol. I (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
Carpunt harbour has two entries, one of which is on the east side of the island, and the other on the south.
British Dictionary definitions for entries
noun plural -tries
- the right or liberty of entering; admission; access
- (as modifier)an entry permit
- a person, horse, car, etc, entering a competition or contest; competitor
- (as modifier)an entry fee
Word Origin for entry
Word Origin and History for entries
late 13c., "door, gate, that by which a place is entered;" c.1300, "an entering upon; right of entering," from Old French entree "entry, entrance" (12c.), originally fem. past participle of entrer "to enter" (see enter).