enter verb (PLACE)
- Her eyes brightened when she saw him enter the room.
- Before you can enter the country, you have to clear customs.
- Please knock before entering.
- Bathers must be fully clothed before entering the restaurant.
- Intruders had entered the house through a back window.
enter verb (COMPETITION)
- She's entered a crossword competition.
- Another candidate has now entered the presidential race .
- Only people over the age of 16 can enter the competition.
- A total of 21 horses were entered for the race.
- For details on how to enter the competition, see page 134.
enter verb (INFORMATION)
- Before we leave work each day, we make a backup of all the records we have entered into the computer that day.
- The data is validated automatically by the computer after it has been entered.
- Have you entered your password?
- Tape recordings of conversations are transcribed by typists and entered into the database.
- Please enter your username and password.
enter verb (ORGANIZATION)
- She was a medical practitioner before she entered politics.
- He was in his thirties when he decided to enter the church.
- What made you decide to enter the fashion world?
- It's perhaps not the best time to enter the teaching profession.
- At the age of 30 he decided to enter the world of publishing.