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enter

The act of entering data into the computer. After a line of text is typed, pressing the Enter key, also called the "Return key," causes the computer to input the data. See Enter key.
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The queen entered and D'Artagnan remained at the door.
D'Artagnan saw it all through an opening he had made in the curtain, and in the very first man who entered he recognized Planchet.
and all these men, who had entered enraged, passed from anger to pity and blessed the royal infant in their turn.
They all bowed, and retired by degrees as noiselessly as they had entered.
The queen uttered a cry of surprise and entered the carriage, and the king and monsieur took their places at her side.
Then, taking her courage in both hands, she boldly pushed the door and entered.
I'm old and frequently forget whether or not I actually entered or not.
4m, rig: barquentine 3 masts, built: 1948, entered by: Pelican Partnership, homeport: Weymouth Class B: De Gallant, flag: Netherlands, length: 36.
2 : to stab into : pierce <The thorn entered my thumb.
A competent authority of a foreign-sending country has entered a decree of adoption with respect to the foreign-born child or has authorized the child to leave the foreign-sending country under a guardianship or legal custody arrangement; and
Two are active and only one is expected to be entered in tonight's race, a combination event with the Midwest Series.