In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(coming, going in)entrada feminineentrada a algo Latin Americaentry into sth — entrada en algo
- she made her entry by a side door — hizo su entrada / entró por una puerta lateral
- on entry into the military zone — al entrar en la zona militar
- (of bullet) point of entry — (of immigrant, goods) punto de entrada
- Then she turned on her heel and left me staring at the green door, contemplating my entry.
- Can such alleged moral indecency justify the forced entry into one's home without any warrant?
- The soldiers surrounded it, knocked on the door, and politely but forcefully made their entry.
- In both cases, there was no evidence of a forced entry or anything stolen from either property.
- Police have said that the thieves might have got in through a side door as a superintendent had locked up the unit at 6.30 pm the other way in is through the maternity ward and there were no signs of a forced entry.
- Private security personnel stood at the entrance and regulated the entry of visitors.
- The forced entry may be the result of a predetermined or notional plan to seize an airfield following or during combat operations.
- We were prepared for a forced entry, but then reorganized available forces to accomplish the new mission.
- It was about half past six when the ‘Supreme Star’ Sarath Kumar made his entry.
- It looks like there are signs of a forced entry and we are treating it as suspicious.
- Some snorkellers swam alongside a whale shark, while divers of one boat made their entry to find themselves among a welcoming committee of pilot whales.
- While the crowd settled down with the initial bang, the star of the show made his entry.
- These deaths shocked the authorities into action and a strict ban was enforced on the entry of plastic materials inside the zoo.
- The miscreants had reportedly made their entry through the front of the house.
- On May 9 that year William Fitzherbert, recently restored as Archbishop of York by pope Anastatius IV, made his entry into York.
- It creaked as the gates had at his entry, and the door shut behind him, enveloping him in sudden noise.
- A grand dame made her entry, progressing to the front row, clacking her heels all the way.
- ‘That is where the actors made their entry and exit and the tunnel still runs from below the stage to the front of the building,’ he reveals.
- The bell over the door chimed as another person made his entry.
- When Kamal made his entry to the accompaniment of drumbeats, a frisson of excitement shot through the crowds.
- If you made your entry here, you'll probably want to top up your fuel tank and head along the string of cays leading southeast.
- He opened the passenger door to allow her entry and closed it after she was seated.
- She stepped aside as another person made their entry.
- The court heard that when police went to her home they said they had to make a forced entry to arrest her after clearly warning her three times that they wanted her to open her front door.
1.2(into an organization)entrada feminineentrada a algo Latin Americaentry into sth — entrada en algo
- our entry into the Common Market — nuestra entrada en el Mercado Común
- Citizens of countries who do not require a visa to enter Bulgaria should get 90-day visas upon entry.
- The Australian government is technically within its rights to refuse entry, but is caught between an electoral rock and a humanitarian hard place.
- I have the right to stamp Thai entry visas and therefore relieve Bulgarian citizens who used to have to go to Bucharest to get stamps from the embassy there.
- These are known as ‘on-entry’ cases, because they are seeking entry but have not entered.
- Citizens of specific countries are restricted travel due to their national origins and are routinely denied entry visas to western nations.
- She said that the decision to deny entry to members of the public was due to issues of ‘public liability insurance’ and a general need for tight security at any facility.
- SIR - Keighley Town Council has had eighteen ‘confidential’ meetings, where the press and public were refused entry.
- In seeking entry to Australia family members must also demonstrate good character, even if they have no desire to come to Australia themselves.
- If a landowner refuses entry, the operator can begin condemnation proceedings.
- To shield you even more by refusing you entry or hospitality would deny your critics even the small opportunity to make their point.
- The Liquor License Act states that bar staff and security have the right to refuse entry to anyone.
- Individuals, when recognised as travellers, are sometimes arbitrarily refused entry or access to public places and services.
- Security guards, at this point, refused entry to the public, saying they had just heard that there was an emergency in the court.
- He was also a hardened anti-communist who simultaneously refused entry to mainly left-wing refugees from the Franco fascist dictatorship in Spain.
- Nothing, until the fugal entries of the main theme in the winds, really takes off.
- Every now and then a graceful movement of his left arm through the air preceded his entry into the music, as though he were offering a cue to an imaginary force.
- The concerto soloist, a distinguished cellist, made an incorrect entry, and there was some untidy wind playing.
- King opts for slower tempos than expected, illuminating every stately arpeggio in the opening instrumental prelude until the explosive entry of the voices.
- He proves a match for the orchestral mass, with a magisterial entry and huge singing tone.
2(access, admittance)entrada feminineacceso masculineno entry — prohibido el paso
- to refuse sb entry — negarle la entrada / la admisión a algn
- he gained entry to the premises by force — consiguió entrar al local por la fuerza
- before noun entry pass — pase (de entrada)
3.1(in accounts)entrada feminineasiento masculine
- The diary entries give the book a personal touch and show the generals' emotional reactions to key events.
- I'm looking at a diary entry he wrote in June 1917, just before the declaration was published, though after it was written.
- Assuming this book contains correct entries, the systems listed should share their data.
- The defendant has produced the single line entry from the log that pertains to the representative plaintiff's claim.
- Students may write a newspaper account for the local paper describing their adventures, or they could write a diary entry in the voice of a person from that time period.
- Here's a link to the entry where we introduce the photo album.
- They can set up custom reports, forms and letters and make diary entries for individual users, based on any date related information such as a reminder to return all appraisal forms by the due date.
- She was quite young for one who wrote such deep entries inside the book.
- Reading my diary entries written before you died, I see a picture of a self-absorbed adolescent.
- I hope to write a bit about the good TV stuff in a later entry, as I think there are a number of items worth mentioning.
- I spend between four and six hours every day doing something with the blogs - researching and writing new entries and posting them.
- The first entry is dated 1993, but the bulk is from the autumn of 1994 onwards.
- We primarily had overlapping data that led to multiple entries for a given piece of information.
- The tone of these diary entries / letters fluctuates between sorrow, desperation, affirmation, joy, remorse and guilt.
- That night, I wrote a long entry in my diary, which I had kept since I was a child (as Mama had done).
- It occurs to me that my user info should be almost like an introductory entry, rather than the haphazard mess I typed in as I signed up.
- The entries appeared between detailed entries for 6th March 1996 and 22nd August 1996.
- He was in difficulty because there was no transaction, there were only book entries and accounts made after liquidation.
- Then it is the transaction that constitutes the misfeasance and the journal entry might be an admission of the transaction.
- I continued to be online for the rest of the night and went to bed early after writing a short entry in my diary.
3.2(in diary)anotación feminineentrada feminine
3.3(in dictionary)feminine entradamasculine artículo
4.1(thing entered, person entered)participantethe winning entry at the cattle show — el ejemplar ganador de la exposición
- there were 20 entries — hubo 20 inscripciones
4.2(field of entrants)número de participantes masculineentry requirements — requisitos de entrada
- A picnic atmosphere prevailed and thankfully everything ran like clockwork, even with a huge entry of over 200 competitors.
- A huge entry is anticipated, giving a lot of entertainment free on the streets of Swinford.
- A total entry of 34 competitors played in the competition and the adults probably learned a few tips about the finer points of the game.
- The event attracts a large entry of international teams, including South Africa, the reigning champions, New Zealand, Canada, Zimbabwe, and Japan.
- The previous record entry, in 2002, was 821 crews.
- The organisers are hoping to swell the entry with first-time competitors.
- Due to the mammoth entry the competitors were allowed a massive seven and a half hours to complete the two laps of 16 sections, as queuing at sections became very much the order of the day.
- A big entry is anticipated this year and the fact that the parade will fall on a Sunday should add to its success.
5US(door, gate)entrada feminine
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