Synonyms of 'enter'
1 come or go in or into
He entered and stood near the door.
The bullet entered his right eye.
He entered the company as a junior trainee.
4 participate in
A million young people enter the labour market each year.
be involved in
get involved in
play a part in
associate yourself with
start to be in
I have entered a new phase in my life.
6 compete in
As a boy he entered many music competitions.
Prue entered the passage in her notebook, then read it aloud again.
In her letters she records the domestic and social details of life in China.
A policeman was noting the number plates of passing cars.
Have you come to register at the school?
Details of the crime are logged in the computer.
The students were asked to list their favourite sports.
put in writing
I entered a plea of guilty to the charges.
They submitted their reports to the Chancellor yesterday.
He offered a fair price for the land.
We presented three options to the unions for discussion.
They've tabled a motion criticizing the government for inaction.
He has four weeks in which to lodge an appeal.
She quickly tendered her resignation.
They have not yet proffered an explanation of how the accident happened.
phrasal verbenter into something
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When a person or vehicle arrives at a place, they come to it at the end of a journey.
Fresh groups of guests arrived.
When something begins or when you begin it, it takes place from a particular time onwards.
The US wants to begin talks immediately.
Thesaurus for enter from the Collins English Thesaurus
When you enter a place such as a room or building , you go into it or come into it.