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Perhaps the best present of all is free entry to its stunning national parks. The Sun (2017)Exeter also drops entry requirements by one grade. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We are limiting the competition to one entry per person only. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Entry is free at both for hotel guests. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Only one eligible entry per household. The Sun (2016)It is not surprising given the entry point of the tackle has steadily crept up inch by inch in the last few years. Times, Sunday Times (2017)With the inaugural competition gaining 2,000 entries the chances are good. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Donations can no longer be viewed as an entry point into a potential future president's network of financial and political power. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Other savings accounts have high entry requirements. Times, Sunday Times (2014)If only it could charge for museum entry. Times, Sunday Times (2006)This will be the point of entry into the correct channel. Banish Headaches -how to obtain fast, drug-free relief from headache (1990)There is no limit on the number of entries. The Sun (2007)She mentioned that she envied the free entry we have to large museums and galleries. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They rose as one on the entry of their professor and his guests. Somewhere East of Life (1994)What will you look for in a competition entry? Times, Sunday Times (2008)New entries in these books filled in the blank places. Christianity Today (2000)There are years of lonely diary entries. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Wednesday is your day so choose numbers or submit contest entries then. The Sun (2011)Ticket must be presented at venue to gain entry. The Sun (2012)Traffic lights are to be placed on entry slip roads to stop drivers joining crowded motorways. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She was hoping for another wild card entry for the main tour. The Sun (2015)Turn over to find your entry form for this great competition. The Sun (2015)The page number of their entry is in brackets. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Each record consists of entries in a number of fields and a collection of records forms a file. Computers Basic Facts (1983)One entry said that people tried the front door handles of her own and neighbouring flats in the night. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Free public transport and museum entry. The Sun (2008)This includes more traps, identifying and blocking entry points and training our staff to ensure the environment is kept as clean as possible. The Sun (2012)Hackers steal account entry details for the online social network from unsuspecting punters' PCs before selling them on to criminal gangs. The Sun (2008)
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Translations for 'entry'
British English: entry /ˈɛntrɪ/ 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.
- American English: entry
- 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
- European Portuguese: registro
- Romanian: înscriere
- Russian: вступительное задание
- Spanish: inscripción
- Swedish: registrering
- Thai: การขึ้นทะเบียน
- Turkish: kayıt
- Ukrainian: вступ
- Vietnamese: ghi tên thi đấu
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