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Thread: Entry-Entrance

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    Dear teacher,
    Is there difference between these two words.
    How to use them correctly.
    Please help.

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    Re: Entry-Entrance

    Not a great deal:

    Quick definitions (entry)

    # noun: an item inserted in a written record
    # noun: a written record of a commercial transaction
    # noun: something (manuscripts or architectural plans and models or estimates or works of art of all genres etc.) submitted for the judgment of others (as in a competition)
    # noun: the act of entering
    # noun: something that provides access (entry or exit) (Example: "Beggars waited just outside the entryway to the cathedral")
    # noun: the act of beginning something new

    # noun: the act of entering (Example: "She made a grand entrance")
    # noun: something that provides access (entry or exit) (Example: "They waited at the entrance to the garden")
    # noun: a movement into or inward
    # verb: put into a trance
    # verb: attract; cause to be enamored

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