- n something that provides access (to get in or get out)
they waited at the entrance to the garden
- n a movement into or inward
- n the act of entering
she made a grand entrance
- v attract; cause to be enamored
- v put into a trance
- In West Deptford, it's easy to miss the entrance to the Walmart which is buried in the back of a parking lot while driving along a main thoroughfare.
- Most of the skills and knowledge we use in our jobs are very different from those that are tested by traditional college-entrance exams, and those of us who score poorly on those .
- A new entrance at the back of the hotel will also be used to scan employees, vendors and suppliers coming inside.
- Manouchehr Mottaki in International Herald Tribune
The charge against them is illegal entrance into Iranian waters,Mottaki said. "In terms of legal issues, it's under investigation."
- Ratan Tata in Calcutta Telegraph
But if I look at what (security) we had - which all of us complained about - it could not have stopped what took place. They didn't come through that entrance,Tata said, referring to the entrance that had a metal detector.
- Rafael Benitez in ITV.com
Benitez added: "I think the entrance of Aguero gave more depth to their play and we defended worse, and they also took advantage of the favourable wind in order to play long passes against us."