enter

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enter

verb

Definition of ENTER

1
to go or come in or into <the hikers entered the cave with considerable caution>
Related Words barge (in), breeze (in), burst (in or into), waltz (in); drop in, pop (in); stray (into), wander (into); crash, encroach, gate-crash, infiltrate, infringe, intrude, invade, trespass
Phrases set foot in, step into
Antonyms depart, exit, leave
2
to become a member of <patriotic young men and women entering the armed services> <debutantes entering society>
Synonyms enlist (in), enroll (in), join, sign on (for), sign up (for)
Near Antonyms drop out, quit, withdraw
Antonyms demit
3
to put (someone or something) on a list <new voters fill out a form and elections officials enter their names into the database>
Synonyms catalog (or catalogue), enroll (also enrol), enter, index, inscribe, put down, record, register, schedule, slate
Near Antonyms delete
4
to offer entrance (as to a place, school, or privilege) to <the club enters only five new members a year>
Synonyms enter, receive, take
Antonyms ban, bar

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