Hindi translation of 'entry'
entry /ˈentri ˈएन्ट्री/
Word forms: entries
1. countable noun
An entry is something that you complete in order to take part in a competition, for example the answers to a set of questions.
The closing date for entries is 31st December.
2. countable noun
An entry in a diary, computer file, or reference book is a single short item in it.
The meeting is recorded in Waite's diary, in the entry for 23 March 1936.
3. countable noun
A person's entry is their arrival in a room.
They hardly noticed Sue's entry into the room.
4. uncountable noun
If you gain entry to a particular place, you are able to go in.
The teenagers were refused entry to the UK.
No entry after 11pm.
5. uncountable noun
Someone's entry into a society or group is their joining of it.
...his entry into the navy.
6. countable noun
The entry to a place is the way into it, for example a door or gate.
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Example Sentences Including 'entry'
The bottom half of the headstone was blank, leaving enough space for another entry.CHAMELEON (2002)
He ignores the big warning sign at the end of the platform which states clearly, `Strictly no entry.A Daystar of Fear
They gained entry by ringing all the bells till a man responded.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
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'entry' in Other Languages
- Arabic: دُخُول مادة
- Brazilian Portuguese: registro
- Chinese: 登记
- Croatian: prijava
- Czech: registrace
- Danish: registrering
- Dutch: inzending
- European Spanish: inscripción
- Finnish: kirjaaminen
- French: inscription
- German: Eintragung
- Greek: εγγραφή
- Italian: registrazione
- Japanese: 登録
- Korean: 등록
- Norwegian: registrering
- Polish: wejście
- Portuguese: registro
- Romanian: înscriere înscrieri
- Russian: вступительное задание
- Spanish: inscripción
- Swedish: registrering
- Thai: การขึ้นทะเบียน
- Turkish: kayıt
- Ukrainian: вступ
- Vietnamese: ghi tên thi đấu
Translation of entry from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary