Entry meaning

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A means or place by which to enter.
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One entered in a competition.

Received 400 entries for the poetry contest.

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Entry is defined as the act of coming in, or a way to come in, or an item in a journal or on a list of data.

An example of an entry is walking through an open door.

An example of an entry is a door to a house.

An example of an entry is what you write in your journal today.

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The registration of a ship or cargo at a customhouse.
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. In immigration law, the act of an alien coming into the country without proper documentation or credentials.
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The act of entering the water in completing a dive.
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A way or passage by which to enter; door, hall, etc.; entryway.
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A card that can win a trick and thus gain the lead.
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The input of an item or set of items at a terminal. See data entry.
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The act of entering upon real property; the making of a notation in a court or business record; in criminal law, the act of intruding into a residence with the intention of committing a crime. See also enter.
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(uncountable) The act of entering.
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(uncountable) Permission to enter.

Entry for children only if accompanied by an adult.

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A doorway that provides a means of entering a building.
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A small room immediately inside the front door of a house or other building, often having an access to a stairway and leading on to other rooms.
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A small group formed within a church, especially Episcopal, for simple dinner and fellowship, and to help facilitate new friendships.
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An item in a list, such as an article in a dictionary or encyclopedia; a record made in a log, diary or anything similarly organized; (computing) a datum in a database.

What does the entry for 2 August 2005 say?

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(linear algebra) A term at any position in a matrix.

The entry in the second row and first column of this matrix is 6.

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Origin of entry

  • Middle English entre from Old French entree from feminine past participle of entrer to enter enter

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Old French entree (feminine past participle of the verb entrer, Modern French entrée)

    From Wiktionary