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Traducción de "enter" - Diccionario Inglés-Español

enter

verb /ˈentə/
to go or come in
entrar
Enter by this door.
to come or go into (a place)
entrar (en)
He entered the room.
to give the name of (another person or oneself) for a competition etc
inscribir(se)
He entered for the race I entered my pupils for the examination.
to write (one’s name etc ) in a book etc Did you enter your name in the visitors’ book? to start in
comenzar
She entered his employment last week.
enter into phrasal verb to take part in
firmar
He entered into an agreement with the film director.
to take part enthusiastically in
participar
They entered into the Christmas spirit.
to begin to discuss
entrar en
We cannot enter into the question of salaries yet.
to be a part of
entrar en
The price did not enter into the discussion.
enter on/upon phrasal verb to begin
emprender
We have entered upon a new era for our nation.
to enter (not enter into) a room.
(Definition of enter from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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