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entrance

noun uk   us   /ˈen.trəns/
A2 [C] a door, gate, etc. by which you can enter a building or place: There are two entrances - one at the front and one around the back.
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C2 [C usually singular] the act of coming onto a stage, by an actor or dancer: He makes a spectacular entrance in act two draped in a gold sheet. [C usually singular] the act of a person coming into a room in an ordinary situation, although often because there is something noticeable about it: I noticed her entrance because she slipped and fell in the doorway.B1 [U] the right to enter a place: The management reserve the right to refuse entrance.
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