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French translation of “entrance”

entrance

noun /ˈentrəns/
a place of entering, eg an opening, a door etc the entrance to the tunnel The church has an impressive entrance. (an) act of entering Hamlet now makes his second entrance. the right to enter
(d’)admission
He has applied for entrance to university (also adjective) an entrance exam.
entrant noun one who enters (eg a competition)
candidat/-ate
There were sixty entrants for the musical competition.
(Definition of entrance from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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