Meaning of ENTRY in English

ENTRY

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a correct entry (= correct answer in a competition )

The first five correct entries will win £50.

a diary entry/entry in a diary (= piece of writing in a diary )

His last diary entry was on June 14th.

a diary entry/entry in a diary (= piece of writing in a diary )

His last diary entry was on June 14th.

a dictionary entry (= the definition and all the other information at a word )

The introduction explains the functions of the different parts of a dictionary entry.

an entrance/entry fee (= a fee to enter a place )

The gallery charges an entrance fee.

an entry/exit visa

All foreigners need an entry visa.

complete...entry form (= write the answers to the questions on a form )

Just complete the entry form and return it.

entry level

entry requirements (= the skills, qualifications etc you must have in order to enter a school, university, or country, or to do a course )

Applicants must satisfy the normal entry requirements for the programme.

forced entry

The police found no signs of forced entry.

port of entry

the entry/exit wound (= where a bullet enters or leaves someone’s body )

The exit wound was only slightly larger than the entry wound.

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

correct

First correct entries out of the bag win.

The first correct entry drawn by a representative from Statham Lodge Hotel will win the prize.

The first correct entry drawn wins the holiday - and the next 100 the videos.

Senders of the first 50 correct entries drawn will win.

The winner will be drawn from all correct entries on 14 December 1992.

Winners are the first correct entries drawn.

The first correct entry to be drawn at random will be notified by phone and the Guitarist carrier pigeon will do the rest.

The winner will be the first correct entry drawn.

free

Guests have free entry to the Sports Centre 200m from the hotel.

Infection has not resulted from allowing free entry to fathers, siblings, and grandparents.

A perfectly contestable industry is one which, in addition to free entry , is also characterised by completely free exit.

We would argue that the presumption for gains from trade is stronger with free entry than where numbers of firms are fixed.

You also get free entry to: Broadway family cabaret venue.

The alternative case where free entry restores standard comparative advantage is when factor endowments are sufficiently similar to permit factor price equalization.

Guests at the hotel can also enjoy dancing evenings, plus free entry to sports centre next door.

This is, however, more likely if we have free entry .

late

Tournament organiser Ussher Watson will take late entries for the junior events this evening at Belfast 647934.

Entry fee is $ 10, or $ 15 for late entry .

For example, because of employment levels there is currently an emphasis on earlier retirement from and later entry into the working world.

new

Some will let you create a new entry by just right clicking your mouse when the sender's email is open.

Soon thereafter the two fought for the top position with a completely new entry in the auto quality derby-another Honda product-the Acura.

Lexicographers will create new entries , discard others, and create new versions of existing entries.

One is Chandler Cummins, at thirty-seven a new entry to the field of law.

CLE-I has a 1300-word core lexicon and includes a component that allows non-linguistic domain experts to add new entries .

There are indications that Dodge might be creating a similar flap with its new entry into Winston Cup, the Intrepid.

The system must be capable of identifying any new entries or sense sections which have been incorporated into the dictionary text.

This represents a rate of new entries of 80%, compared with a fall-out rate of 23%.

winning

The prizes will be awarded to the individual or company named on the winning entry form.

The winning entry will be published in the December issue.

The winning entry will be selected at random by computer.

Copies of the winning entry will be on display throughout the town and at Darlington Building Society.

As an added incentive, two complimentary tickets for the evening's disco are being offered for the winning entry .

■ NOUN

diary

Record the experience in a diary entry .

These are not diary entries broken up into bits, nor a re-associated list of the banality of her purse.

The diary entries were tantalizingly brief.

The first diary entries were no doubt recorded on an impulse, in odd hours in his room in the shophouse.

What follows are some of the diary entries I made during our six weeks of production in Savannah.

My diary entries are filled with prosaic happenings.

The defence, Mr Scott went on, would later produce a diary entry that would establish the truth of this statement.

It was clear that in many of these recorded diary entries he had in mind his projected memoirs.

fee

There is a £10 entry fee and each participant should raise £50 in sponsorship in order to take part.

Many businesses besides ours have low entry fees .

Five-a-side knockout football competition - charge an entry fee .

Individuals and groups are welcome and entry fees range from free to £2.

Some felt that the entry fee - on average approximately £300 per yacht - was too much.

Many have entry fees , but several offer $ 100,000 and more to the winner.

Contact the organiser Any runners who are able to raise more than £25 for charity will have to pay the £5.50 entry fee .

There is a £3.50 entry fee per manuscript and a maximum length of 2,500 words.

form

The prizes will be awarded to the individual or company named on the winning entry form .

You can customise your data entry forms and at the same time create the database.

Turn to page 29 of your wine list for the three simple questions and entry form .

All entries must be on an official entry form and legible.

Make sure that you indicate your preferred Trail location on your entry form .

You just complete the entry form in your Bingo card with your own name and the names of two of your family.

level

Many tournament organisers miscalculate entry levels with the result that adjacent areas are crowded together and the competitors' safety is imperilled.

The average cost of an entry level camera is $ 60 to $ 70, Glazer said.

In all cases the module descriptors are free-standing with clear indications of entry level .

The definition of private banking and the entry levels set by different organisations vary.

Two years later she had the entry level qualifications for diploma level nursing training.

Good software encourages and supports learning by providing a simple entry level .

In contrast, the printers are by and large entry level devices.

The break point for quality imaging is in the two mega pixel region now available in the entry level bracket.

point

The nearest entry point , almost directly below Ace's feet, looked like the doors of a shuttle bay.

This effectively creates a limited number of entry points into the backbone and simplifies network management.

As for getting in ... There is only one entry point for spaceships into the world within the planet.

The cross is easy to find and provides an entry point for the knife.

Courses are taught in three-week modules, and every course has at least three entry points and three exit points each year.

Exchange bureaux are sited at all main entry points .

This is what is so exciting to neurophysiologists-the calcium entry points to a mechanism for short-term memory spanning many minutes.

qualification

Nor could breakdowns of these awards in terms of age bands and entry qualifications be supplied.

The latter includes both young and mature students with normal entry qualifications .

For further information about entry qualifications , you should contact the institutions of your choice direct.

The period of study depends upon entry qualifications but for the MPhil a minimum of 12 months full-time study is required.

Those with non A-level entry qualifications obtained by part-time study obtained the highest degree results on average.

Consequently they argue that if entry qualifications are ignored the universities produce a significantly higher proportion of good honours graduates.

Minimum entry qualification is an Honours degree in Chemistry or its approved equivalent.

requirement

Passes, sometimes at specified grades, in individual subjects usually reflect the particular entry requirements of a field.

There are no special entry requirements for the module.

Admission Details of the BMus admission procedure and of University and faculty entry requirements may be found in the Admissions section.

The faculty's Schools Liaison Officer will be happy to discuss curricula and issues relating to entry requirements .

Garden Design: Anyone: there are no age limits or entry requirements .

It seems very important that adults are made aware of entry requirements particularly when applying to science courses.

Colleges can enter as many teams of two students as they wish, providing they meet all the entry requirements .

Establish courses to enable young people to meet the entry requirements for nursing.

visa

Desperate Jatinder Puri said she had been left with no alternative after her husband had been refused an entry visa three times.

The need to obtain an entry visa from an embassy often situated far away could be dangerous and could therefore hinder departure.

■ VERB

allow

Infection has not resulted from allowing free entry to fathers, siblings, and grandparents.

Liberalization, on the other hand, allows easier entry into particular markets.

Included in a separate category are those allowed entry because they proved they have unique employment skills.

Nearly all the pews were boxed in, the panels chest-height, narrow doors allowing entry .

Standing aside can allow a choice of entry and retreat as desired.

This allows for the entries to be made by machine accounting whereby several operations can be carried out at the same time.

Seats are not numbered and the transfer ticket merely allows entry to that part of the ground.

attract

The contest which was open throughout the season until the end of August, attracted an entry of over 1,200.

The Foreign Office attracted about eighty-four entries , and the War Department about eighty.

The latter attracted many high quality entries and was attended by an audience of more than 350.

The organisers were eager to attract more entries .

Event 14 at Nottingham perhaps attracted the largest entry for the 14 and Under and 11 and Under age groups.

This year's competition attracted 220 entries .

complete

The rest of this section talks you through the operations required to complete the entry and approval of the configuration file.

You just complete the entry form in your Bingo card with your own name and the names of two of your family.

So what are the conclusions for prospective students, now completing the entry forms?

force

Most of our archers were massing in the gatehouse, shooting at those trying to force an entry .

Why would anyone go to the trouble to force an entry , yet disturb nothing inside?

There were no signs of forced entry , and police believe Mr Purohit may have known his killer.

Of course I checked the premises carefully, but there was no sign of forced entry , nor any intruder.

His mouth plundered hers, brushing her lips, forcing entry with his tongue, demanding, demanding all the while.

There were no signs of forced entry .

Tempers flared as gallery staff were forced to restrict entry in order to protect the works of art.

The house showed no sign of forced entry .

gain

She used her pit-pass to gain entry , then made her way towards the motor home Ace used.

It is even questionable that the electronic press has to await permission from a state legislature in order to gain entry .

A police officer may then use reasonable force to gain entry to premises and access to the child.

Besides, neither of us has enough money to gain entry to that story.

Try as he might to gain entry , the doors of the Viceroy's House remained closed to him.

Wang gained entry to the White House as a guest of Trie.

It gains entry because the body's defences have been undermined.

Finding herself unable to gain entry the plaintiff obtained an exparte injunction to readmit her to the premises.

make

She allowed him more, her own wetness making the entry smooth, no pain involved, only pleasure.

Then he pressed his pen against the top line and made the first entry in the red notebook.

Finally, the complete unit of work is approved and the system will make these entries unavailable for editing.

The couple were formally married on 7 May at Chambery, and on 20 May made their ceremonial entry into Turin.

These are designed to make database entry easy.

Tour carriages or taxis will deposit passengers at the back of the fort, making for an easier entry .

I decided on a further session in the gym before making my grand entry to the spa complex.

Instead he did her in Eleanor's blue dress rucked up at the front to make entry possible.

read

I advise reading this book one entry at a time, and, where possible, following up the footnotes.

Can read single entry tables with low task demands. 2.

Can read single or double entry tables with some task demand. 3.

Can read single or double entry tables and can make a simple comparison with the data obtained. 4.

Can read multiple entry tables and carry out basic comparisons or computations with the data obtained.

refuse

Western correspondents have been refused entry to the country.

Firm and resolute, she refused Alexander entry to the house, forcing him to pick my sister up at the curb.

Desperate Jatinder Puri said she had been left with no alternative after her husband had been refused an entry visa three times.

Current proposals refuse entry to twins.

The head has already had to refuse entry to many new pupils.

require

Those entries which were changed by machine processes have their status preset to the value requires attention.

From an accounting perspective, a split requires a simple memo entry showing the increased number of shares.

A competition which requires every entry to be judged on its creative content, for example, would be impossible here.

In many parts of the world, inoculations are advisable even if they are not required for entry .

Visitors please note no admission fees is required for entry to the gift shop alone, which is open all year round.

send

So jump to it and send off your entries .

Most successful governing bodies send their entry away for at least ten days' intensive training prior to a world event.

To the nearest post-box go, send of your entries ... don't be low!

Fill in your name and address and send your completed entry to arrive no later than 31st March 1990.

Please send entries as soon as possible.

To enter simply circle the following words in the square opposite and send your entry to the address below.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

entry level product/model/computer etc

gain access/entry/admittance etc (to sth)

A bird had gained entry through one of the broken windows and flown helplessly around until it collided with her.

Besides, neither of us has enough money to gain entry to that story.

Finding herself unable to gain entry the plaintiff obtained an exparte injunction to readmit her to the premises.

How will the public be able to gain access to the information that by law they have a right to see?

It is even questionable that the electronic press has to await permission from a state legislature in order to gain entry.

She used her pit-pass to gain entry, then made her way towards the motor home Ace used.

So, since they could not gain access to the public arena, they worked mainly through family networks.

Unfortunately, you can not gain access to your inner clock as easily as the clock on your kitchen wall.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

All entries for the contest must be received by September 11.

Her entry in the "Funniest Photo Contest" won third prize.

Look up the entry for George Washington in the encyclopedia.

Organizers of the Lawson short story competition have received over 100,000 entries.

The entry of women into the work force was one of the most significant changes in our society.

The winning entry was a short film from France.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Also note that the numeric entries can include commas and dollar signs. 7.

Certainly, Coleman and no other was the route of entry into the College and into the army veterinary service.

It ends on the eve of entry into Canaan.

Responsibility will not be accepted for entries lost, delayed, mislaid or damaged in the post.

The biggest barrier to entry into the video shopping arena has been the lack of available channels offering variety to customers.

The West Court has a paved entry from the north, but by way of steps down rather than a ramp up.

This may result either from the history of entry in each country or from government regulation.

Wait till the chorus of old men starts announcing the entry of Catullus.

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