Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Entry"

The meaning of "Entry" in various phrases and sentences

Q: entry ne anlama geliyor?
A: Entry is the noun of the verb enter.
Q: After all entries have been submitted. ne anlama geliyor?
A: Entries usually mean something like documents or a case where something must be turned in/ submitted.
Q: " You may submit multiple entries " ne anlama geliyor?
A: Vous pouvez soumettre plusieurs entrées
Q: a dialy entry ne anlama geliyor?
A: A diary entry is a section of writing that has been organized by date. The entries within your diary are how you organize the thoughts, feelings and opinions you are pouring into it. They break up your diary into smaller pieces. Think of them like chapters of a book. They can be as short or as long as you want.

Example sentences using "Entry"

Q: entry barrier ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: market entry barrier . Markets (for example the automobile
market in Germany) have an entry barrier and an exit barrier. There is a high entry barrier for competitors.
Q: entries ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: "I submitted my contest entries"
"Did you see my music entries for the up-coming music festival?"
Q: entry ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: This will be my last entry before I buy a new journal
Q: "entry" and "enter" ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: Enter the house.
He entered the contest.

The entry is that way.
She put in her entry for the contents.

Synonyms of "Entry" and their differences

Q: entry ve entrance arasındaki fark nedir?
A: entry- an act of going or coming in.

example: the door was locked but he forces an entry

entrance- 1) an opening, such as a door, passage, or gate, that allows access to a place
2)an act or instance of going or coming in

example: At their abrupt entrance, he rose to his feet.

they are very similar and can most likely be interchanged
Q: entry into ve enter into arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Enter - Verb command form. You're asking him/her to come in.

Entry - Noun form (A thing).
It is the door into a place. Or the place people go to get in.

to enter - verb infinitive form (入る). A verb with no conjugation.
Q: entry examination ve entry form arasındaki fark nedir?
A: entry examination is a test that you take to show your level of knowledge.
entry form is a document you have to fill in with your details.
Q: entry ve entrance arasındaki fark nedir?
A: this is a hard one to explain, but I found a good article for you:
Q: entry ve entrance arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Entry could refer to a writing in a book or journal, but in reference to doors, we normally say entrance or entry way. Entry way probably refers less to doors and more towards opening or something similar to that. I rarely hear or see people using the word 'entry' alone. For example:
The entrance is over there.
The entry way is over there.

Translations of "Entry"

Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? 入館登録 entry procedure?
A: entry registration
Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? can you help me check three entries below and give some feedbacks about these?
A: For your first sentence under Day 1, make sure to say “I learned how to pronounce the “t” sound properly.” In your second sentence, insert a comma between the “difficult” and “but” (comma rules are tough! Make sure to ask about/read about the FANBOYS rule). In your last sentence of your “Day 1,” change the last sentence to “After this lesson, I realize that I need to pay more attention to my pronunciation by practicing regularly and making some sentences with the sounds.”

Overall, just a couple of grammatical issues with the first paragraph.
Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? entries karwana hain
A: we have to enter.....You can say we have to enter..... whatever you want to enter you can say like this.
Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? I'm interesting in an entry level position
A: "I'm interested in an entry level position."

Other questions about "Entry"

Q: I want you to ask to correct my entry strict, also very welcome any comments or suggestions on this. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: I want you to be strict when you correct my entry; also any comments or suggestions are very welcome.
Q: I really hope that my entry would correct by English speakers. Please correct my English.
Please let me speak about the entry as my conclusion. I found the reason why my aunt put a suger in her drink because it tastes good. Her action showed me that she has lived her life to her heart's content not to afraid of getting weight. Don't be afraid of sugar. It has more meanings that my inner heart tells me that do exercise more than cuttting my calories off. Have a pleasant in Full of my life!
A: I hope this is the meaning you want!

Let me explain how I came to my conclusion. I found out that my aunt puts sugar in her drink simply because she likes the taste, and doesn't care about gaining weight. I think that's a good lesson. She lives her life to her heart's content, and I feel like that's way more important than cutting calories and exercising. Don't be afraid of sugar! Have a happy and full life!
Q: Could you please correct my entry to make it sound more natural, if you don't mind?
Calling each other by using a tag name, frankly speaking I'd like to suggest that we have to call by our name, like my close friend call me Mayumi. Let's relax, be casual but not be too polite. It seems that it takes thousand years till we can get to know better and we can start to communicate. I speak from my soul. I'm a straighforward woman and I'm learning English with the best I can be.
A: I think we should relax ourselves and address each other using nickname. For example: My close friend call me Mayumi. Speaking from the bottom of my soul, I believe that it takes thousand years till we can get to know each other better and start to communicate. I'm a straighforward woman and I'm learning English the best I can.
Q: Please correct my entry to make it sound more natural, if you don't mind. I prefer Native speakers. If you know a better way to write it, please tell me.

I have my opinion that comes with my personality with straightforward and passion inside but we are hierarchy society in my country so people don't like someone who sounds stubborn never admit the falt and come of brush, I don't like it either. Well, I wonder how to represent the word, cheeky or sausy? but that's necessity to tell how you feel about it. I think that's a good thing. You know we're laborers so we at least have a right to claim it to break the stutas quo.
A: As we say in America, 'Practice makes perfect.' 😉
Q: Please correct my entry to make it sound more natural? If you know a better alternative saying please tell me.
I woke up while hearing the sound of rain drops are falling. It makes me peaceful. I reflect upon to live laughing and vividly in my life but also do I need time to silent to calm me down to be balanced. I feel that half of myself are different personality sometimes that are inside of myself as true to myself and my appearance. I like both being in a profound silence and a vivid time
A: It makes me feel peaceful when I wake up to the sound of raindrops falling.As I reflected upon living my life vividly and light heartedly, I realized I also need silence to calm me down so I feel balanced. Sometimes I feel like i have two different personalities inside of me,both true to myself and my appearance. I enjoy being in both profound silence and vivid times.

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