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Definition of "entering" []

  • To come or go into (a place, house, etc) (verb)
  • To penetrate or pierce (verb)
  • To introduce or insert (verb)
  • To join (a party, organization, etc) (verb)
  • To become involved or take part (in) (verb)
  • To record (an item such as a commercial transaction) in a journal, account, register, etc (verb)
  • To record (a name, etc) on a list (verb)
  • To present or submit (verb)
  • To come on stage: used as a stage direction (verb)
  • To begin; start (verb)
  • To come into possession (of) (verb)
  • To place (evidence, a plea, etc) before a court of law or upon the court records (verb)
  • To go onto and occupy (land) (verb)
  • To file a claim to (public lands) (verb)
  • Present participle of enter. (verb)

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  • Action of the verb to enter (noun)

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Use "entering" in a sentence
  • "The past two seasons, Jimmie Johnson virtually had clinched the title entering the finale, and aside from its first two years, the Chase hasn't delievered a multiple-driver battle for the title as intended."
  • "xvOne shudders to think what our anti-inkhornian Professor Cheke would have made of such a word entering his native language."
  • "That being said, I do believe that my initial foray into the world of blogging, particularly in entering into the book blogging universe, saw an increased pressure to read more and read faster."