entrynounuk us /ˈen.tri/
entry noun (WAY IN)
- The police had to force an entry into the building.
- That's not the normal method of entry into the legal profession, is it?
- You'll need an entry visa to get into the country.
- No one can gain entry into the building without a security pass.
- Shortly after his triumphal entry into Havana in January 1959, Castro spoke on television for seven hours without a break.
entry noun (INFORMATION)
entry noun (COMPETITION)
- The competition entries were of such high calibre that judging them was very difficult.
- There were a lot of very amusing entries, but the pick of the bunch came from John Robinson.
- The winning entry will be the first correct answer drawn at random.
- My entry was ranked third in the flower show.
- Have you heard the winning entry in this year's Eurovision Song Contest?