entrance
noun
1. (place where one enters) 
Reception is right inside the entrance to the hotel.La recepción está justo dentro de la entrada del hotel.
2. (act of entering) 
The prince made a royal entrance into the marketplace.El príncipe hizo una entrada real al mercado.
3. (admission) 
His entrance into the university was guaranteed because his father was an important donor.Su ingreso a la universidad estaba garantizado porque su padre era un donante importante.
She was denied entrance to the school because she had failed too many classes.Le negaron la entrada en el colegio porque había suspendido demasiadas asignaturas.
4. (theater) 
My grand entrance is at the beginning of the second act of the play.Mi gran entrada es al principio del segundo acto de la obra.
transitive verb
5. (to bewitch) 
a. encantar 
The sorceress entranced them with every movement of her wand.La hechicera les encantó con cada gesto de su varita.
b. embelesar 
The belly dancers entranced us with their exotic movements.Las bailarinas del vientre nos embelesaron con sus movimientos exóticos.
c. extasiar 
The artists entranced the crowd for two hours straight with their incredible performances.Los artistas extasiaron al público durante dos horas sin parar con sus actuaciones impresionantes.
entrance
transitive verb
1. (charm) 
a. cautivar, encantar 
entrance [ˈentrəns]
noun
1 (way in) entrada (f)
front/back entrance entrada (f) principal/trasera
2 (act) entrada (f);into en; (into profession etc) ingreso (m); (Teat) entrada (f) en escena
to make one's entrance hacer su entrada; (Teat) entrar en escena
3 (right to enter) (derecho (m) de) entrada (f)
to gain entrance to [+a place] conseguir entrar en or acceder a; [+a profession etc] conseguir ingresar en
modifier
entrance card (n) pase (m)
entrance exam(ination) (n) (to school) examen (m) de ingreso
entrance fee (n) (to a show) (precio (m) de) entrada (f); (to a club, society etc) cuota (f) de ingreso
entrance hall (n) vestíbulo (m); antesala (f)
entrance qualifications (n)
entrance requirements See culture box in entry entrance.
entrance ramp (n) (US) (Aut) rampa (f) de acceso
entrance requirements (n) requisitos (m) de ingreso
entrance [ɪnˈtrɑːns]
transitive verb
1 (bewitch) encantar; hechizar
2 (gen passive) (captivate)
we listened entranced escuchamos extasiados or embelesados
Phrases with "entrance"
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entrance fee
entrada
main entrance
la entrada principal
she saw a young man at the entrance
vio a un joven en la entrada
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