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entry

noun /ˈentri/ ( plural entries)
(an) act of coming in or going in
entrada
They were silenced by the entry of the headmaster.
the right to enter
entrada
We can’t go in – the sign says ’No Entry’.
place of entrance, especially a passage or small entrance hall
entrada
Don’t bring your bike in here – leave it in the entry.
a person or thing entered for a competition etc
participante
There are forty-five entries for the painting competition.
something written in a list in a book etc
registro
Some of the entries in the cashbook are inaccurate.
entry-level adjective (of a product) the most basic or simple of its kind and therefore suitable for inexperienced users or people who do not wish to spend a lot of money
nivel principiante
an entry-level computer/machine.
(of a job) at lowest level of a company hierarchy
nivel básico
This is an entry-level position for a recent graduate.
(Definition of entry from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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