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Translation of "entrance" - English-Spanish dictionary

entrance

noun   /ˈen·trəns/
A2 a door or other opening that you use to go in somewhere entrada I’ll meet you at the main entrance.
B1 [no plural] the right to enter a place or join an organization entrada Entrance is free, but you have to pay for your food.
the act of going into a place entrada Everyone went quiet when he made his entrance (= came in).
(Definition of entrance from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

entrance

noun /ˈentrəns/
a place of entering, eg an opening, a door etc entrada the entrance to the tunnel The church has an impressive entrance.
(an) act of entering entrada Hamlet now makes his second entrance.
the right to enter entrada, admisión He has applied for entrance to university (also adjective) an entrance exam.
entrant noun
one who enters (eg a competition) participante, candidato There were sixty entrants for the competition.
(Definition of entrance from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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