Definition of entrant
: one that enters; especially : one that enters a contest
Examples of entrant in a Sentence
Each entrant had to agree to the contest rules.
new entrants into a highly competitive field
Recent Examples of entrant from the Web
That lowers the risk of antitrust problems and deters new entrants.
There is potential for as many as three wing departures after this coming season, with Deng Adel, Brian Bowen and V.J. King all possible NBA draft entrants.
Every entrant will receive feedback and networking opportunities with capital providers.
By entering, entrants agree to these Official Rules. 4.
The new order would have banned entrants from six of the seven Muslim-majority nations that were targeted in the first ban, and barred Syrian refugees for 120 days rather than indefinitely.
Tesla is expecting to start delivering its $35,000 entrant into the fully electric market later this year, and its flagship 250-mile Model S sells for $70,000, far below the initial sales price of $100,000 five years ago.
The endorsement in the 2018 governor's race came hours after the contest saw a new entrant, Drury, who was first elected to the House in 2012.
Some entrants go on to participate in the main fest, which is a day of ample sampling of unique flavors.
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Definition of entrant for English Language Learners
: a person who enters something (such as a competition)
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