Saturday, June 4, 2011


(i)To come or go into: Enter a room, building, country etc. (WITHOUT into): ‘The teacher entered the class room.’ ‘The boat entered an area of shallow marshes.’ (ii) To put or insert: ‘Enter a picture into the text.’ (iii) To penetrate or pierce: ‘A bullet entered the flesh.’

Get into (a) college, university etc. (=be admitted to): ‘What qualifications do you need to get into medical school?’

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