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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
entry /'entri/
  • danh từ
    • sự đi vào
    • (sân khấu) sự ra (của một diễn viên)
    • lối đi vào, cổng đi vào
    • (pháp lý) sự tiếp nhận
    • sự ghi vào (sổ sách); mục (ghi vào sổ)
    • mục từ (trong từ điển)
    • danh sách người thi đấu; sự ghi tên người thi đấu
Concise Dictionary
entries'entrɪ
noun
+an item inserted in a written record
+the act of beginning something new
+a written record of a commercial transaction
+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)
+something that provides access (to get in or get out)
+the act of entering

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 access, entrance, entrée, admittance, admission:
The burglar gained entry through the skylight.
2 access, entrance, entry-way, door, inlet, passage, way in:
Both entries were blocked.
3 entrance, arrival, coming or going in:
His entry was met with jeers.
4 record, item, memorandum, note, account, listing; registration; Colloq memo:
There is no entry in his diary for the 15th of April.
5 competitor, contestant, player, entrant, participant, candidate; rival, adversary, opponent:
Dennis was a late entry in the marathon.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun (plural entries)
going in
1 [C, U] ~ (into sth) an act of going into or getting into a place: She made her entry to the sound of thunderous applause. + The children were surprised by the sudden entry of their teacher. + How did the thieves gain entry into the building?
2 [U] ~ (to / into sth) the right or opportunity to enter a place: No Entry (= for example, on a sign) + Entry to the museum is free. + to be granted / refused entry into the country - ENTRANCE
joining group
3 [U] ~ (into sth) the right or opportunity to take part in sth or become a member of a group: countries seeking entry into the European Union + the entry of women into the workforce + American entry into the war
in competition
4 [C] something that you do, write or make to take part in a competition, for example answering a set of questions: There have been some impressive entries in the wildlife photography section (= impressive photographs). + The closing date for entries is 31 March. + The sender of the first correct entry drawn will win a weekend for two in Venice.
5 [U] the act of taking part in a competition, race, etc: Entry is open to anyone over the age of 18. + an entry form
6 [sing.] the total number of people who are taking part in a competition, race, etc: There's a record entry for this year's marathon.
written information
7 [C] ~ (in sth) an item, for example a piece of information, that is written or printed in a dictionary, an account book, a DIARY, etc: an encyclopedia entry + There is no entry in his diary for that day.
8 [U] the act of recording information in a computer, book, etc: More keyboarding staff are required for data entry.
door / gate
9 (also entryway ) (both AmE) [C] a door, gate or passage where you enter a building; an entrance hall: You can leave your umbrella in the entry. - ENTRANCE
Collocation Dictionary
noun

1 right to enter sth

ADJ.

free
The club offers free entry to women on Thursdays.
| school, university

VERB + ENTRY

apply for | gain | allow sb, grant sb
They were later allowed entry into the country.
| refuse sb, restrict
It has been necessary to restrict entry into the club.
| guarantee sb

ENTRY + NOUN

criteria, qualifications, requirements, standard | visa | ticket
Entry tickets to most attractions are included in the price of the holiday.

PREP.

~ into
These qualifications will not guarantee you entry into the police force.
| ~ to
She applied for entry to Nottingham University.

PHRASES

right of entry
The landlord had the right of entry to the flat with due warning.

2 act of coming in

ADJ.

forced, forcible
The house was quiet, and there were no signs of a forced entry.
| unauthorized
The sign on the gates read ‘No Unauthorized Entry’.
| illegal | dramatic | triumphal
Caesar's triumphal entry into Rome

VERB + ENTRY

force, gain
He found the door locked, but he forced an entry.
| make
The champion made his usual dramatic entry into the arena.

ENTRY + NOUN

point
Drugs are believed to come into the country through five main entry points.

PREP.

~ into
Hungary's entry into the EU
| ~ to
She wondered how she could gain entry to the building.

3 sb/sth that enters a competition

ADJ.

winning
The winning entry will be published in next month's issue.

VERB + ENTRY

post, send (in)
Send in your entry as soon as possible!
| attract, get, have, receive
The show attracted entries from all over the country. We have had a lot of entries this year.
| judge

ENTRY + NOUN

coupon, form | fee

PREP.

~ for
We had too many entries for this event.
| ~ in
There were a record 2,000 entries in the under-17 section.
| ~ to
one of the best entries to our competition

4 one item in a list/book

ADJ.

diary | dictionary

VERB + ENTRY

make, write

PREP.

in an/the ~
Very little information is given in the diary entries.
| ~ for
Look at the dictionary entry for ‘welcome’.
| ~ in
the last entry she made in her diary
| ~ on
First examine the entries on the marriage register.



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