Portuguese translation of 'entrance'
entrance[noun ˈɛntrəns, transitive verb ɪnˈtrɑːns]
2. (arrival) chegada
to gain entrance to (university etc) ser admitido em
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Example Sentences Including 'entrance'
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Keith led him into a small office to the side of the entrance.BLINDSIGHTED (2002)
The official walked me back through the embassy to the front entrance.THE EXECUTION (2002)
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'entrance' in Other Languages
British English: entrance /ˈɛntrəns/ NOUN
The entrance of a place is the way you get into it.
We found the entrance to the tunnel.
- American English: entrance
- Arabic: مَدْخَل
- Brazilian Portuguese: entrada
- Chinese: 入口
- Croatian: ulaz
- Czech: vchod
- Danish: indgang
- Dutch: ingang
- European Spanish: entrada acción
- Finnish: sisäänkäynti
- French: entrée porte
- German: Eingang
- Greek: είσοδος
- Italian: ingresso
- Japanese: 入口
- Korean: 입구
- Norwegian: inngang
- Polish: wejście
- European Portuguese: entrada
- Romanian: intrare
- Russian: вход
- Spanish: entrada acceso
- Swedish: ingång
- Thai: ทางเข้า
- Turkish: giriş kapı
- Ukrainian: вхід
- Vietnamese: lối vào
Translation of entrance from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary