Word: entry

Category: entry

Business & Industrial, Jobs & Education, Computers & Electronics

Related words: entry

entry level, jobs, entry level jobs, data entry, keyless entry, global entry, entry door, journal entry, entry doors, entry level salary, tsa global entry, hgtv dream home, data entry kph, pay entry, entry bench, front entry door

Synonyms: entry

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: entry

spanish
introducción, entrada


german
einmarsch, einreise, einsatz, eintritt, eintrag, ...

french
slogan, devise, enregistrement, entrée, accès, ...

italian
entrata, ingresso, introduzione, immissione, accesso

portuguese
trair, entrada

dutch
aanmelding, intrede, binnenkomst, entree, ingang, ...

russian
занесение, статья, вестибюль, устье, вступление, ...

norwegian
entré, innledning, adgang, inngang

swedish
entré, ingång, inledning

finnish
sisääntulo, johdatus, osallistuja, erä, tulo, ...

czech
vchod, přihláška, heslo, nástup, prohlášení, ...

polish
wwóz, wjazd, wejście, pozycja, wpis, ...

hungarian
bevonulás, feljegyzés, benevezés

turkish
başlangıç, giriş, antre

greek
λήμμα, καταχώρηση, είσοδος

ukrainian
гирло, коміра, занесення, брама, посадка, ...

albanian
aderim

bulgarian
вход

estonian
kirje, sissekäik, sisenemine

croatian
uđe, prijava, ulazak, zabilježba

lithuanian
vestibiulis

latvian
ieeja, ieviešana, vārti

macedonian
влезот

romanian
intrare, debut

slovenian
vstop, záznam, nastop

slovak
záznam, vstup, nástup

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The meaning and "use of": entry

noun
  • an act of going or coming in.
  • an item written or printed in a diary, list, ledger, or reference book.
  • a person or thing competing in a race or competition.
  • the forward part of a ship's hull below the waterline, considered in terms of breadth or narrowness.

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