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entrance /ntrns/ n. 1 a door, gate, or other opening allowing one to enter: We walked through the entrance to the museum. 2 the area around an entrance: We had waited for a friend at the entrance. 3 an act of entering: He has formally announced his entrance into the race for President. 4 to make an entrance: to appear, often in a dramatic fashion: The princess waited for all the other guests to arrive, then made an entrance in a beautiful gown.
v. [T] /ntrns/ -tranced, -trancing, -trances to hold s.o.s attention and give delight, (syn.) to enchant: Her beauty and intelligence entranced him. -adj. entrancing.
Thesaurus: entrance n. 1 an entry, entrance way, entryway 2 the foyer, lobby, reception area.