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entrance

Theatre the coming of an actor or other performer onto a stage

Entrance

Any passage that affords entry into a building; an exterior door, vestibule or lobby.

What does it mean when you dream about an entrance?

Entrances, as the name suggests, often symbolize entering into a new stage of life. Entryways into one’s home indicate entering more deeply into oneself. Entrances into caves, basements, or some other underground chamber may symbolize entering into the unconscious. Blocked or locked entrances may show difficulties or fears associated with entering.

entrance

[′en·trəns]
(civil engineering)
The seaward end of a channel, harbor, and so on.
(computer science)
The location of a program or subroutine at which execution is to start. Also known as entry point.
(engineering)
A place of physical entering, such as a door or passage.
(naval architecture)
The part of a ship's underwater hull which is forward of the amidships.

entrance

The point of entry into a building: an exterior door, a vestibule, or a lobby.
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Actors all but fall over each other making entrances and exits, while the play's disturbed psychological milieu, of the natural order corrupted in extremis, is dutifully evoked by innumerable ominous thunderclaps.
Fitch believes that the company has wisely avoided making entrances into new businesses, such as small ticket leasing, that it is not familiar with and, ultimately, which have caused pain for other commercial finance companies.
Al-Ganzoury delegated Head of the Fish Wealth Authority and Governors of Damietta, Dakhlyia and Port-Said to head to Suez Canal Authority for providing them with required equipments to develop the navigation way for the Lake, along to making entrances and exists to the lake to provide salt water and double production over three months.