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entrance

noun
 
 
/ˈentrəns/
DOOR [C] A2 a door or other opening which you use to enter a building or place
wejście
They must have used the back entrance to the building. I'll meet you at the main entrance.Doors and parts of doors
COMING IN [C] when someone comes into or goes into a place, especially in a way that makes people notice them
wejście
The whole room went quiet when he made his entrance.Arrivals and departures
RIGHT [U] B1 the right to enter a place or to join an organization, college, etc
wstęp
Entrance is free, but you have to pay for your drinks.Arriving, entering and invading
(Definition of entrance from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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