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entrance / entrada
 
entrance   1   [ˈentrəns]
A. -noun
1. (=way in)   entrada (f)
·front/back entrance
entrada (f) principal/trasera
2. (=act)   entrada (f)   (into   en)   (into profession etcetera)   ingreso (m)   (theatre)   entrada (f) en escena
·to make one'noun entrance
·hacer su entrada
(theatre)   entrar en escena
3. (=right to enter)   (derecho (m) de) entrada (f)
·to gain entrance to
[+a place]   conseguir entrar en or acceder a
[+a profession etcetera]   conseguir ingresar en
B. -compound
·entrance card   -noun   pase (m)
·entrance exam(ination)   -noun   (to school)   examen (m) de ingreso
·entrance fee   -noun   (to a show)   (precio (m) de) entrada (f)   (to a club, society etcetera)   cuota (f) de ingreso
·entrance hall   -noun   vestíbulo (m),   antesala (f)
·entrance qualifications   -noun plural   entrance requirements
·entrance ramp   -noun
(United States)   (automobiles)   rampa (f) de acceso
·entrance requirements   -noun plural   requisitos masculine plural de ingreso
 
entrance / encantar
 
entrance   2   [ɪnˈtrɑ:ns]   -transitive verb
1. (=bewitch)   encantar,   hechizar
2. (generally passive)
(=captivate)
·we listened entranced
·escuchamos extasiados or embelesados
 
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