entry
noun (plural entries) Etymology: Middle English entre, from Anglo-French entree, from feminine of entré, past participle of entrer to enter Date: 13th century 1. the right or privilege of entering ; entree 2. the act of entering ; entrance 3. a place of entrance: as a. vestibule, passage b. door, gate 4. a. the act of making or entering a record b. something entered: as (1) a record or notation of an occurrence, transaction, or proceeding (2) a descriptive record (as in a card catalog or an index) (3) headword (4) a headword with its definition or identification (5) vocabulary entry 5. a person, thing, or group entered into something (as a contest or market) <
the latest entries in the computer market
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judge the entries in the writing contest
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New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • entry — ► NOUN (pl. entries) 1) an act or the action of entering. 2) an opening through which one may enter, e.g. a door. 3) the right, means, or opportunity to enter. 4) an item entered in a list, account book, reference book, etc. 5) a person who… …   English terms dictionary

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