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entrant

noun [C] uk   /ˈen.trənt/ us  
a person who becomes a member of a group or organization: new entrants to the school/company a person who takes part in a competition or an exam: All entrants complete two three-hour papers. a company that starts selling a particular product or service, or selling in a particular place, for the first time: As a recent entrant to the Japanese market, the company is at a disadvantage compared to Japanese suppliers.
Translations of “entrant”
in Chinese (Traditional) 新成員, 新會員, 新職員…
in Russian вступающий, поступающий…
in Turkish yarışmacı, yarışmaya giren kişi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 新成员, 新会员, 新职员…
in Polish uczestni-k/czka…
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