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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.
References in classic literature ?
A screen was placed at the entrance of the corridor, so as to hide it from the view of persons passing on the stairs.
The young man, having dismissed the boy and horse, knocked at the door of the hotel, which was opened, and again closed after his entrance.
He hurried out to the entrance and was soon exchanging greetings with a big handsome man in a fur coat, who brought into the dingy little station the indescribable glow of the great cities and the luxuries of the great world.
But perhaps there was something ostentatiously elegant about the languid figure of Seymour leaning against one of the looking-glasses that brought him up short at the entrance, turning his head this way and that like a bewildered bulldog.
Quietly she stole toward the entrance and glanced within.
A ladder, naively placed on the outside, was to serve as means of communication between the dressing-room and the stage, and lend its rude rungs to entrances as well as to exits.
The fact is unalterable, that a fellow-mortal with whose nature you are acquainted solely through the brief entrances and exits of a few imaginative weeks called courtship, may, when seen in the continuity of married companionship, be disclosed as something better or worse than what you have preconceived, but will certainly not appear altogether the same.
These are the seven entrances to the home under the ground, for which Hook has been searching in vain these many moons.
I have heard that thou art vulgar, but I cannot see how, unless it be that tattered children haunt thy portals, those awful yet smiling entrances to so much joy.
So all except Jack Pumpkinhead, who was still tied fast to the Saw-Horse, ran to the various entrances of the royal palace and closed the heavy doors, bolting and locking them securely.
The numerous lofty, granite towers which mark the several entrances to the subterranean city were all in front of me--behind, the plain stretched level and unbroken to the nearby foothills.
For long had the brain been contemplating these burrow entrances.