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English noun: entry

1. entry (communication) an item inserted in a written record


Broader (hypernym)written account, written record


Narrower (hyponym)dictionary entry, lexical entry, nol pros, nolle prosequi, notebook entry

2. entry (act) the act of beginning something new


SamplesThey looked forward to the debut of their new product line.


Synonymsdebut, first appearance, introduction, launching, unveiling


Broader (hypernym)beginning, commencement, start


Narrower (hyponym)induction, naturalisation, naturalization, product introduction, ushering in

3. entry (possession) a written record of a commercial transaction


Synonymsaccounting entry, ledger entry


Broader (hypernym)accounting, accounting system, method of accounting


Narrower (hyponym)adjusting entry, credit, credit entry, debit, debit entry

4. entry (communication) something (manuscripts or architectural plans and models or estimates or works of art of all genres etc.) submitted for the judgment of others (as in a competition)


SamplesSeveral of his submissions were rejected by publishers.
What was the date of submission of your proposal?.


Synonymssubmission


Broader (hypernym)content, message, subject matter, substance


Narrower (hyponym)filing

5. entry (artifact) something that provides access (to get in or get out)


SamplesThey waited at the entrance to the garden.
Beggars waited just outside the entryway to the cathedral.


Synonymsentrance, entranceway, entree, entryway


Broader (hypernym)access, approach


Narrower (hyponym)arch, archway, door, doorway, gateway, hatchway, opening, pithead, portal, porte-cochere, room access, scuttle, servant's entrance, service door, service entrance, stage door, threshold, vomitory

6. entry (act) the act of entering


SamplesShe made a grand entrance.


Synonymsentering, entrance, incoming, ingress


Broader (hypernym)arrival


Narrower (hyponym)admission, admittance, enrollment, enrolment, entree, incursion, intrusion, irruption, penetration, registration









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