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entrance

1. noun way in2. noun admission3. noun admission to club, institution, etc4. noun instance of entering5. verb charm, bewitch
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1 noun way inslí isteach  c m ubealach isteach  c m uthe entrance to the cinema an tslí isteach chun na pictiúrlainne, an bealach isteach go dtí an phictiúrlannthe entrance door an doras isteachmain entrance príomhshlí isteach, príomhdhoras 2 noun admissionentrance to the museum is free tá saorchead isteach chuig an iarsmalannthe thieves gained entrance to the house bhris na gadaithe isteach sa teach, rinne na gadaithe a mbealach isteach sa teachthey were refused entrance to the bar níor ligeadh isteach sa bheár iad, diúltaíodh cead isteach sa bheár dóibh
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3 noun admission to club, institution, etciontráil fem3  c m uentrance fee táille iontrálaentrance exam scrúdú iontrála 4 noun instance of enteringthey rose to their feet at her entrance d'éirigh siad ina seasamh ar theacht isteach ditheir entrance was greeted by applause thosaigh daoine ag bualadh bos nuair a tháinig siad isteach 5 verb charm, bewitch TRANSITIVEcuir faoi dhraíochtshe was entranced by the view chuir an radharc tíre faoi dhraíocht í, bhí sí faoi dhraíocht ag an radharc tíre
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to make an entrance

1 enter in attention-seeking wayhe made his entrance wearing his new suit tháinig sé isteach go postúil agus a chulaith nua air, isteach leis go postúil faoina chulaith nua 2 come on stage, into scene teacht isteachthe dancers made their entrance tháinig na rinceoirí amach ar an ardán

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