B1 [ C or U ] the act of entering a place or joining a particular society or organization进入；加入，参加
[ C ] a door, gate, etc. by which you enter a place门；入口；通道
The police had to force an entry into the building.
That's not the normal method of entry into the legal profession, is it?
You'll need an entry visa to get into the country.
No one can gain entry into the building without a security pass.
Shortly after his triumphal entry into Havana in January 1959, Castro spoke on television for seven hours without a break.
B1 [ C ] a separate piece of information that is recorded in a book, computer, etc.项目；条目；（一则）记录
Each entry in this dictionary has a grammar code.
The main entry also cross-refers you to the appendix on page 259.
I'm always interested in the new entries in a dictionary.
How many entries are there in the encyclopedia?
She's written all the entries for trees and shrubs.
B1 [ C or U ] a piece of work that you do in order to take part in a competition, or the act of taking part in a competition参赛作品；参赛
The competition entries were of such high calibre that judging them was very difficult.
There were a lot of very amusing entries, but the pick of the bunch came from John Robinson.
The winning entry will be the first correct answer drawn at random.
My entry was ranked third in the flower show.
Have you heard the winning entry in this year's Eurovision Song Contest?