Origin of entry
OTHER WORDS FROM entrynon·en·try, noun, plural non·en·tries.pre·en·try, noun, plural pre·en·tries.
How to use entry in a sentence
There is an expanded place-name index with more than 150,000 entries, and separate undersea, Moon, and Mars features.
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School entries with icons indicate the school ranked in the top 100 of that category.The Best of the Beast, Aug 25-31: High Schools, Houdini and Hip-Hop Jihadists|The Daily Beast|August 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
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.
Commissary's inkstand was a coffee-cup without an handle, and his book of entries a quire of dirty writing-paper.
In the lists of apprentices which have been preserved to us the entries of names belonging to county families are frequent.
Of late years it has been the custom to race from port to port, regular entries being made and prizes awarded.
The result, however, has been a very considerable falling off in the entries for the races last year.
Entries relating to the “spout or water engine” are frequent in their records.
British Dictionary definitions for entry
- 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