entree : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the principal dish of a meal
- n the right to enter
- n something that provides access (to get in or get out)
- n the act of entering
she made a graceful entree into the ballroom
- One of them, a young, relatively unknown community organizer named Barack Obama, joined Trinity in the mid-1980s, finding both a spiritual home and a useful entree into Chicago's .
- It took Brydon four months of searching to realize he had another entree into Universal: an EMusic board member who knew Universal Music president Doug Morris.
- Another company that had entree to the Cheney task force was Peabody Energy, a coal behemoth whose holding company and top officer have given nearly $200,000 to the President and .
- Robert Altman in MSNBC
No other filmmaker has gotten a better shake than I have,Altman said while accepting the award. "I'm very fortunate in my career. I've never had to direct a film I didn't choose or develop. My love for filmmaking has given me an entree to...
- Mike Hussey in Sydney Morning Herald
Asked why he struggled during the Australian season, Hussey replied: "It had already been a big start to the summer. We played in India and lost the series there. We played pretty well against New Zealand, which was like an entree, really, for what...
- Dhani Jones in FOXSports.com
It allows the entree of, 'I'm an athlete, you're an athlete, we both compete. Let's meet each other on those terms,' Jones said in a telephone interview from Ohio.