- n. 入口；进入；登场；进入权
- vt. 使入迷；使狂喜
- [C]入口,大门口 way into a place
- [U]进入,登场,入学 becoming a member of a university or a club, etc.
something that provides access (to get in or get out);
"they waited at the entrance to the garden"
"beggars waited just outside the entryway to the cathedral"
a movement into or inward
the act of entering;
"she made a grand entrance"
attract; cause to be enamored;
"She captured all the men's hearts"
put into a trance
- There is an entrance just around the corner.
- I'll meet you at the entrance of the zoo tomorrow.
- A lighthouse marks the entrance to the harbour.
- The actress makes her entrance in Act 3.
- The singer's entrance was greeted with applause.
- The police were unable to gain entrance to the house.
- Guests have free entrance to the swimming pool and the health club.
- Her beauty entirely entrances him.
- This gift is bound to entrance any child.
- I left my car outside the main entrance.
- I'll have the car waiting at the entrance.Will that be all right?
- No entrance!
- How much is the entrance fee?
- We were refused entrance because we weren't properly dressed.
- Entrance is by way of the side door.
- Everyone rose at the judge's entrance.
- He made an entrance through the window.
- The burglar forced an entrance into the house.
- She was interrupted by the entrance of an attendant.
- She had decided on taking the entrance exam.
- He met the university's entrance requirements.
- He applied for entrance at a number of schools.
- Entrance into college was a great event in his life.
- An actor must learn his entrances and exits.
- She made an impressive entrance leading her two pet tigers.
- entrance to
进入,入学 start school
- block up the entrance 堵塞入口
- effect one's entrance into 进入
- force an entrance 闯进入口
- gain an entrance 挤进去
- guard the entrance 把门,守卫门户,警戒入口
- have free entrance 自由进入
- knock at the entrance 敲门
- make one's entrance into 进入
- use the side entrance 走边〔侧〕门
- at an entrance 在入口处
One paid a shilling for entrance and another for the programme.出自： J. Galsworthy
A door..which gave entrance to a smaller room.出自： C. S. Forester
Engrossed, entranced, he forgot about time, and about humanity.出自： A. P. Herbert
- at〔in〕 entrance的意思是“在入口处”。
- entrance, admission
- entrance强调进入的行为,如入门、入场、参战等; 而admission则强调进入的权利,指经过允许而进入学校、礼堂或俱乐部、组织等。另外, entrance比admission的使用范围更广。例如:
- She had decided for taking the entrance exam.她决定参加入学考试。
- No admission is permitted in an hour before closing.关门前一小时不准入内。
误 Do you know the man standing at the entrance of the building?
正 Do you know the man standing at the entrance to the building?
析 表示建筑物等的“入口处”, entrance后面通常接介词to,不接of。
- ☆ 直接源自中古英语的entraunce，意为进入。