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entrance

noun     /ˈen.trənts/
[C] a door, gate, etc. by which you can enter a building or place 入口;大門(口);通道 There are two entrances - one at the front and one round the back. 入口有兩個,一個在前面,另一個在後面。 →  Compare exit noun Doors and parts of doors
[C usually singular] when an actor or dancer comes onto a stage (演員的)入場,登場 He makes a spectacular entrance in act two draped in a gold sheet. 在第二幕,他身披金袍上場,光彩炫目。 Acting, rehearsing and performing
[C usually singular] the act of a person coming into a room in an ordinary situation, although often because there is something noticeable about it 進入;進門 I noticed her entrance because she slipped and fell in the doorway. 她進來時我注意到了,因爲她在門口滑了一跤。 Arrivals and departures
[U] the right to enter a place 進入權;進入許可 The management reserve the right to refuse entrance. 管理部門保留拒絕他人入內的權利。 Allowing and permitting
(Definition of entrance noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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