entry


entry
entry [en′trē]
n.
pl. entries [ME < OFr entree < fem. pp. of entrer: see ENTER]
1.
a) the act of entering; entrance
b) the right or freedom to enter; entree
2. a way or passage by which to enter; door, hall, etc.; entryway
3.
a) the recording of an item, note, etc. in a list, journal, etc. or of data in a computer file
b) an item thus recorded
4. the registration of a ship or cargo at a customhouse
5.
a) one entered in a race, competition, etc.; entrant
b) two or more horses belonging to the same owner, entered in the same race, and constituting a unit for betting purposes
6.
a) a term defined, or a person, place, abbreviation, etc. identified, in a dictionary
b) the heading under which an encyclopedia article is entered
7. Card Games a card that can win a trick and thus gain the lead
8. Law
a) the taking possession of buildings, land, etc. by entering or setting foot upon them
b) the entering upon premises with the intention of committing burglary or some other crime

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