Definition of 'enter'
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Example sentences containing 'enter'
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The opportunity to enter and take share is substantial. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Sign up for that course or enter that competition instead of just thinking about it. The Sun (2016)Couples can get on the winning track by entering competitions together. The Sun (2016)The sun shines a light on the luckiest part of your chart so this is a key day to enter competitions. The Sun (2016)And when you go on to enter a contest together, you should win it. The Sun (2016)We've also had members enter competitions to cycle 100 miles. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Spending 10 to enter a competition to win a sports car, yes. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Thoughts that enter the mind should be seen as bubbles rising from the depths of the pond. The Beat Fatigue Workbook - how to identify the causes (1988)The audience may do a double take on entering the auditorium. Times, Sunday Times (2012)For an instant a wild idea entered his mind. Man of Honour (2007)This helps at work and when you enter competitions. The Sun (2013)But then again he has to duck when he enters most places. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The rides are fun but the thrill comes from entering a world from a different time. The Sun (2015)But no sooner had the thought entered his mind than she undressed herself. BomberDivers come to enter a spectacularly different world. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He entered a competition in which one of the prizes was to have me as a champion. Times, Sunday Times (2014)To enter just go to the website. The Sun (2013)Then a thought entered his mind. Man of Honour (2007)You can still enter and compete for the 1million prize pot. The Sun (2009)As they keep entering vulnerable places, so we are beckoned to join them. Fools Rush In - A Call to Christian Clowning (1993)It takes courage to enter. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But it's not all downside - the prospect of big penalties discourages any company with a good reputation from entering to compete with us. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Synonyms of 'enter'
come or go in or into, arrive, set foot in somewhere, cross the threshold of somewhere
join, start work at, begin work at, sign up for
participate in, join (in), be involved in, get involved in
Trends of 'enter'
Very Common. enter is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'enter'
British English: enter /ˈɛntə/ VERB
When you enter a place, you come or go into it.
He entered the room and stood near the door.
As soon as I entered, they stopped and turned my way.
- American English: enter
- Arabic: يَدْخُل
- Brazilian Portuguese: entrar
- Chinese: 进入
- Croatian: ući
- Czech: vstoupit
- Danish: gå ind i
- Dutch: binnenkomen
- European Spanish: entrar en
- Finnish: tulla sisään
- French: entrer
- German: eintreten
- Greek: καταχωρώ
- Italian: entrare
- Japanese: 入る
- Korean: ...에 들어가다
- Norwegian: gå inn
- Polish: wejść
- European Portuguese: entrar
- Romanian: a intra
- Russian: входить
- Spanish: entrar introducir
- Swedish: gå in
- Thai: เข้า
- Turkish: girmek bir yere
- Ukrainian: входити
- Vietnamese: đi vào
Definition of enter from the Collins English Dictionary
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