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Soldiers entered the houses, apparently searching for weapons.
The man had entered through the back door.
The bullet missed his kidney because it entered his body at an angle.
They were imprisoned for illegally entering the country.
There are dozens of new companies entering the software market.
She had hoped to enter the legal profession.
She's entered several poetry competitions.
Each owner can enter a horse for a maximum of three races.
The competition is free, and anyone over the age of 18 can enter.
You enter the customer's name on this line.
Enter your user name and password.
This is the British English definition of enter. View American English definition of enter.
the condition of continually consuming large amounts of information, especially when this has a negative effect on a person's well-being and ability to concentrateBuzzWord Article
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