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en·trant

 (ĕn′trənt)
n.
One that enters, especially one that enters a competition.

[French, from present participle of entrer, to enter, from Old French; see enter.]

entrant

(ˈɛntrənt)
n
1. a person who enters
2. a new member of a group, society, or association
3. a person who enters a competition or contest; competitor
[C17: from French, literally: entering, from entrer to enter]

en•trant

(ˈɛn trənt)

n.
1. a person who takes part in a competition or contest.
2. a new member, as of an association or school.
3. a person who enters.
[1625–35; <entrant, present participle of entrer to enter]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.entrant - a commodity that enters competition with established merchandise; "a well publicized entrant is the pocket computer"
commodity, trade good, good - articles of commerce
2.entrant - any new participant in some activity
beginner, initiate, tiro, tyro, novice - someone new to a field or activity
enlistee, recruit - any new member or supporter (as in the armed forces)
3.entrant - someone who enters; "new entrants to the country must go though immigration procedures"
traveler, traveller - a person who changes location
interloper, intruder, trespasser - someone who intrudes on the privacy or property of another without permission
4.entrant - one who enters a competition
contestant - a person who participates in competitions

entrant

noun
1. newcomer, novice, initiate, beginner, trainee, apprentice, convert, new member, fresher, neophyte, tyro, probationer, newbie (slang) the newest entrant to the political scene
2. competitor, player, candidate, entry, participant, applicant, contender, contestant All items submitted for the competition must be the entrant's own work.
Translations
مُتَسابِق، مُشْتَرِك في المُنافَسَه
deltager
jelentkezõ
òátttakandi

entrant

[ˈentrənt] N (in race, competition) → participante mf, concurrente mf; (in exam) → candidato/a m/f; (to profession) → principiante mf

entrant

[ˈɛntrənt] n
(in race)participant(e) m/f, concurrent(e) m/f
(in competition)concurrent(e) m/f
(British) (in exam)candidat(e) m/f
(= newcomer) (to profession)nouveau venu(nouvelle venue m/f); (to school)élève mf entrant(e) clandestine entrant

entrant

n (to profession) → Berufsanfänger(in) m(f) (→ to in +dat); (in contest) → Teilnehmer(in) m(f); (in exam) → Prüfling m

entrant

[ˈɛntrnt] n (in race, competition) → concorrente m/f, partecipante m/f (Brit) (in exam) → candidato/a
he's a new entrant to teaching → è nuovo all'insegnamento

entrance1

(ˈentrəns) noun
1. a place of entering, eg an opening, a door etc. the entrance to the tunnel; The church has an impressive entrance.
2. (an) act of entering. Hamlet now makes his second entrance.
3. the right to enter. He has applied for entrance to university; (also adjective) an entrance exam.
ˈentrant noun
one who enters (eg a competition). There were sixty entrants for the musical competition.
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Here, in almost the first paragraph, he saw the name which had happened to catch his eye a moment or two before: GOLF AT THE HAGUE Among the entrants for the tournament which commences to-morrow, are several well-known English players, including Mr.
On religion, politics, and the prospects of the entrants for the three o'clock race their opinions clashed.
The Chief Inspector invites anyone with knowledge or experience of the Home Offices identification and handling of irregular arrivals and entrants to submit evidence for his next inspection.
Lynn Cassells and Sandra Baer, who run the 150-acre Lynbreck Croft in the Cairngorms National Park, are the UK winners of the Europe-wide Newbie award for innovative new entrants.
KARACHI -- As over 300,000 units of additional capacity in cars, sport utility and light commercial vehicles are coming up in the next one to two years, some new entrants believe that the government should avoid giving green signal to more new players while others say that let the market decide the fate of new entrants.
NEW YORK&nbsp; - Financial technology startups and other new entrants are making inroads in the U.S.
The chart shows, by decades from 1976-86 to 2006-16, the growing numbers of Hispanics who entered and remained in the labor force during the decade (entrants); who were in, and stayed in, the labor force during the decade (stayers); and who were in the labor force at the start of the decade but were not part of it at the end (leavers).
Among the new entrants, almost half of them were coffee and restaurant retailers, Li Chia-ping from CBRE Taiwan's research department said, pointing out that nearly 90 percent of these companies were Asian brands from Japan and South Korea.
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Rural Secretary Fergus Ewing: "It's vital to the sustainability of agriculture that we do everything in our power to encourage new entrants to farming.
Entrants in this year's Barrow Runners' Boxing Day run which was won by GB triathlete Mark Buckingham.
An agreement between the Welsh Government and Plaid Cymru over the budget has secured an extra PS6m for young entrants over the next two years.