entry

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İngilizce - Türkçe
giriş

Polis zorla giriş izi bulamadı. - The police found no sign of forced entry.

Senin bir giriş biletin var. - You have an entry ticket.

{i} girdi
(Bilgisayar) öğe
veri girişi
(Avcılık) baskın
yarışmacı
giriş yeri
(Ticaret) deftere kayıt
geçit
(Bilgisayar) girdiyi
yarışmacı(lar)
{i} kalem
girilecekdouble entry çifte kayıt usulu
{i} sahneye çıkma
(in a table) Öğe (tabloda)
{i} kapı
sahip olarak mülke girme
{i} madde
{i} kayıt
geminin manifestosunu verip gümrüğe giriş kaydı yaptırma entrywaymethal
{i} katılma
{i} antre
Varlık
{i} girme

Evde zorla girme işaretleri yoktu. - There were no signs of forced entry in the house.

(Ticaret) yevmiye maddesi
(Politika, Siyaset) tescil
(Politika, Siyaset) sınır
(Dilbilim) madde başı
girişin
entry barrier
(Ticaret) giriş engeli
entry fees
(Bilgisayar) giriş ücretleri
entry form
kayıt formu
entry id
(Bilgisayar) giriş no
entry level
(Bilgisayar) giriş düzeyi
entry type
(Bilgisayar) giriş türü
entry fee
kayıt vergini
entry inwards
gümrüğe giriş deklarasyonu
entry outwards
gümrük çıkış bildirisi
entry permit
giriş izni
entry point
giriş noktası
entry price
giriş fiyatı
entry visa
giriş vizesi
entry condition
giriş koşulu
entry instruction
giriş komutu
entry time
giriş zamanı
entry to
giriş
Entry of Conveyor System Data Window
(Tekstil) Taşıma Sistemi Verilerinin Girişi" ekranı
Entry of Doffer Data/Functions Window
(Tekstil) Takım Değiştirici Verileri / Fonksiyonları Girişi" ekranı
Entry of Doffer Heights Window
(Tekstil) Takım Değiştirici Yüksekliklerinin Girişi" ekranı
Entry of Doffer Timing Window
(Tekstil) Takım Değiştiricinin Zamanlanmasının Girişi" ekranı
Entry of Ring Rail Heights Window
(Tekstil) Bilezik Sehpası Yüksekliklerinin Girişi" ekranı
Entry of Speed Factors Window
(Tekstil) Hız Faktörlerinin Girişi" ekranı
Entry of Spinning Speed Window
(Tekstil) Eğirme Hızının Girişi" ekranı
Entry of values
(Tekstil) Değerlerin girilmesi
entry block
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) giriş öbeği
entry conditions
(Askeri) GİRİŞ KOŞULLARI: Bir bilgisayar programına, yordama veya alt yordama girerken belirtilecek koşullar
entry control
giriş kontrolü
entry deadline
son katılma tarihi
entry deadline
son katılım tarihi
entry fee
ücretli giriş
entry fee
kayıt ücreti
entry fixe
(Askeri) hava sahasına giriş kapısı
entry group
(Askeri) AMİ GİRİŞ GRUBU: Aynı temel meleke ve bilgiye ihtiyaç gösteren ve normal olarak, aynı giriş seviyesinde eğitim gören, meşguliyet bakımından birbiriyle münasebetli bir askeri meslek ihtisasları grubu
entry into force
yürürlüğe girmek
entry inwards
gümrük giriş kaydı
entry loss
giriş kaybı
entry macros
(Bilgisayar) giriş makroları
entry macros
(Bilgisayar) girdi makroları
entry name
(Bilgisayar) girdi adı
entry number
(Bilgisayar) girdi sayısı
entry on duty
(Askeri) vazifeye başlama
entry on duty
(Askeri) VAZİFEYE GİRİŞ/GÖREV SIRASINDA GİRİLİR, GİRİŞ
entry on duty
(Askeri) vazifeye giriş
entry plan
(Askeri) limana giriş planı
entry plan
(Askeri) LİMANA GİRİŞ PLANI: Mümkün olan azami emniyetle, fazla sayıda teknenin bir limana muntazam olarak girmesini temin eden plan
entry point
(Askeri) GİRİŞ NOKTASI: Bir bilgisayar programına, yordama veya alt yordama girerken belirtilecek koşullar
entry point
(Avrupa Birliği) giriş kapısı, giriş noktası
entry point
(Havacılık) fir noktası
entry stump
(Madencilik) galeri topuğu
entry table
(Bilgisayar) giriş tablosu
entry tax
(Ticaret) giriş vergisi
entries
(Bilgisayar) adet
authority entry
(Bilgisayar) kaynakça girdisi
authority entry
(Bilgisayar) öğesi
book entry
(Ticaret) hesaben saklama
confirm entry
(Bilgisayar) girdiyi onayla
credit entry
(Ticaret) matlup maddesi
delete entry
(Bilgisayar) girdiyi sil
entries
(Bilgisayar) girdiler

Bir çalışma, Wikipedia'nın sağlık ve tıp konularındaki girdilerinin yüzde 90'ının hatalı olduğunu buldu. - A study has found that Wikipedia is wrong in 90 percent of its entries on health and medical matters.

Girdileriniz için can atıyoruz. - We look forward to your entries.

entries
(Bilgisayar) girdi

Girdileriniz için can atıyoruz. - We look forward to your entries.

Bir çalışma, Wikipedia'nın sağlık ve tıp konularındaki girdilerinin yüzde 90'ının hatalı olduğunu buldu. - A study has found that Wikipedia is wrong in 90 percent of its entries on health and medical matters.

find entry
(Bilgisayar) girdiyi bul
force entry
zorla içeri girme
force entry
(Askeri) kuvvet kullanma
journal entry
(Bilgisayar) günlük girişi
journal entry
(Bilgisayar) günlük girdisi
legend entry
(Bilgisayar) gösterge girdisi
multiple entry visa
çoklu giriş vizesi
schedule entry
(Bilgisayar) zamanlama girdisi
sight entry
muayene senedi
aft entry door
arka giriş kapısı
bill of entry
gümrük beyannamesi
book of final entry
son giriş kayıtları defteri
book of original entry
ilk giriş kayıtları defteri
bookkeeping entry
muhasebe kaydı
cancel entry
iptal maddesi
closing entry
kapanış kaydı
closing entry
kapanış maddesi
customs entry
gümrük girişi
data entry
veri girişi
data entry device
veri giriş aygıtı
data entry operator
veri giriş operatörü
debit entry
borç kaydı
debit entry
borç girişi
direct data entry
doğrudan veri girişi
double entry
amerikan usulü defter tutma
double entry
çift giriş
double entry
çifte kayıt usulü
double entry
çift kayıt
early entry lethality
erken müdahele
journal entry
yevmiye kaydı
lexical entry
kelime girişi
main entry word
ana giriş kelimesi
make an entry
hesap defterine geçirmek
point of entry
giriş noktası
port of entry
varış limanı
portal of entry
giriş yeri
single entry
tek kayıt jüyesi
added entry
ekledi giriş
adjusting entry
giriş ayar
air-entry
Hava girişi
application for entry
giriş için başvuru
catalogue entry
katalog giriş
closure entry
kapanış maddesi
correcting entry
tashih maddesi
cross entry
muvazene kaydı, mukabil giriş
double entry working
çift galerili işletme
entries
girişler

Girişler artık kabul edilmektedir. - Entries are now being accepted.

first word entry
İlk kelime girişi
forename entry
isim girdi
form entry
form girdi
full entry
tam giriş
get an entry
bir giriş olsun
indirect entry
dolaylı giriş
individual entry
giriş bireysel
item entry
öge giriş
keyless entry
Araçlarda otomatik kapı açma ve anahtar takmadan çalıştırma sistemi. Anahtar olarak kullanılan kartı taşıyan kişinin araca yaklaşması ile kapılar merkezi kilitten açılıyor ve araca girince de start tuşuna basarak motor çalıştırılıyor
lexical entry
sözcük girişi
multiple-entry
çoklu giriş
no vehicle entry
taşıt giremez
outgoing entry
Giden giriş
point of entry
yabancı ülkeye giriş yapılan hava alanı yada liman
postdate entry
geç giriş, sonraki giriş
rear entry
arka giriş
rotated entry
giriş dondurulmuş
skeleton entry
iskelet giriş
term entry
terim giriş
term entry system
terim giriş sistemi
İngilizce - İngilizce
A term at any position in a matrix

The entry in the second row and first column of this matrix is 6.

A small group formed within a church, especially Episcopal, for simple dinner and fellowship, and to help facilitate new friendships
An item in a list, such as an article in a dictionary or encyclopedia; a record made in a log, diary or anything similarly organized; a datum in a database

What does the entry for 2 August 2005 say?.

A doorway that provides a means of entering a building
The act of entering
A small room immediately inside the front door of a house or other building, often having an access to a stairway and leading on to other rooms
Permission to enter

entry for children only if accompanied by an adult.

{n} an entrance, act of entering, passage, giving an account of a cargo to the officer of the customs
something that provides access (entry or exit); "they waited at the entrance to the garden"; "beggars waited just outside the entryway to the cathedral"
Entry in a competition is the act of taking part in it. Entry to this competition is by invitation only. an entry form
a written record of a commercial transaction
A record of information source in a catalog, database, index or other information source
The act of entering or passing into or upon; entrance; ingress; hence, beginnings or first attempts; as, the entry of a person into a house or city; the entry of a river into the sea; the entry of air into the blood; an entry upon an undertaking
The exhibition or depositing of a ship's papers at the customhouse, to procure license to land goods; or the giving an account of a ship's cargo to the officer of the customs, and obtaining his permission to land the goods
A customs form used for the clearance of ships or merchandise See also COMPILE, EDIFACE
The end of a dive, when the diver begins to enter the water Judges look for a vertical body position, with toes pointed, on entry On a head-first entry, the arms should be stretched above the head, in line with the body, and the hands should be close together On a feet-first entry, the arms should be close to the body and the elbows should not be bent
one of the short sections into which a dictionary is divided An entry explains the meaning or meanings of a word or expression
An entry in a diary, account book, computer file, or reference book is a short piece of writing in it. Violet's diary entry for 20 April 1917 records Brigit admitting to the affair
That by which entrance is made; a passage leading into a house or other building, or to a room; a vestibule; an adit, as of a mine
If you gain entry to a particular place, you are able to go in. Bill was among the first to gain entry to Buckingham Palace when it opened to the public recently Non-residents were refused entry into the region without authority from their own district Entry to the museum is free. = entrance No Entry is used on signs to indicate that you are not allowed to go into a particular area or go through a particular door or gate
The actual taking possession of lands or tenements, by entering or setting foot on them
See Enter, v
The act in addition to breaking essential to constitute the offense or burglary
uci See "Data entry" or "Control entry "
A bibliographic record of an item in a catalog See also Heading
8, and Entrance, n
A small group formed within a church, esp. Episcopal, for simple dinner and fellowship, and to help facilitate new friendships
An entry is used for communication between tasks Externally, an entry is called just as a subprogram is called; its internal behavior is specified by one or more accept statements specifying the actions to be performed when the entry is called
An underground horizontal or near-horizontal passage used for haulage, ventilation, or as a mainway; a coal heading; a working place where the coal is extracted from the seam in the initial mining; same as "gate" and "roadway," both British terms
Word or words, in a list (usually alphabetical such as in a library catalog or an index) which give access to information For example, the catalog contains author, title, and subject entries
an item inserted in a written record a written record of a commercial transaction
An entry for a competition is a piece of work, for example a story or drawing, or the answers to a set of questions, which you complete in order to take part in the competition. The closing date for entries is 31st December
An item or fact that has been "entered" (placed on a list or into a catalog or index or database) See also citation
the act of entering; "she made a grand entrance"
The heading under which information is located in indexes, catalogs, bibliographies, encyclopedias, etc
Journalists sometimes use entry to refer to the total number of people taking part in an event or competition. For example, if a competition has an entry of twenty people, twenty people take part in it. Prize-money of nearly £90,000 has attracted a record entry of 14 horses from Britain and Ireland Our competition has attracted a huge entry
A citation or record in an index or catalog
Description of individual sources of information See also Record
A record of an item in a catalog See also Heading
an item inserted in a written record
The entry to a place is the way into it, for example a door or gate. = entrance
An access point to a bibliographic record under which the record may be searched and identified Typical entries are title, author, and subject
A representation of a bibliographic record at a particular point in the database There can be one or more entries for any one heading Refer also to Heading
An Entry is anything that appears in the In-Tray or your Agenda pages (Meetings, Tasks, Daily Notes, Holidays and day Events)
An item of data in a database
A record made in a log, diary or anything similarly organized
(n ) The value or information in a table cell or list item
Someone's entry into a particular society or group is their joining of it. He described Britain's entry into the European Exchange Rate Mechanism as an historic move. people who cannot gain entry to the owner-occupied housing sector. = entrance
a record of a work in a catalog of list; the heading chosen for this record
An entry includes a headword, pronunciation information, grammatical information, a definition and usually an example Here is an example for the headword 'than': than /謷n/ preposition You use than to link two parts of a comparison EG 'I can jump higher than you '
A directory entry This may be either a file or directory or An item recorded in the Index by the Message Server, such as a message, service, folder, or attachment Each Index entry (and so each item) is uniquely identified by an ID field
the act of beginning something new; "they looked forward to the debut of their new product line"
all of the material entered under the one headword
something (manuscripts or architectural plans and models or estimates or works of art of all genres etc ) submitted for the judgment of others (as in a competition); "several of his submissions were rejected by publishers"; "what was the date of submission of your proposal?"
{i} opening through which one enters, entrance; act of entering; record, information entered (in a book, list, etc.)
You can refer to someone's arrival in a place as their entry, especially when you think that they are trying to be noticed and admired. He made his triumphal entry into Mexico City. = entrance
An article in a dictionary or encyclopedia
A putting upon record in proper form and order
The act of making or entering a record; a setting down in writing the particulars, as of a transaction; as, an entry of a sale; also, that which is entered; an item
A heading in a catalog, index, or database under which a record of a book, serial article, etc is located Each cataloged book, serial, etc has entries in BobCat; entries for serial articles are found primarily in periodical indexes, not in BobCat A main entry is the entry under which an item is cataloged, and may be an individual author, a corporate body, or a title Added entries are additional entries under which an item may be found, such as joint authors or editors, title, or series Subject entries locate an item by subject An analytic entry is for a part of a larger work, such as an article in a collection or anthology A series entry is under the series heading
Once attached, the virus enters through the cell's membrane, and pushes it's tightly bound package of viral core proteins inside This viral core holds the virus' genetic material and several important enzymes, which are special chemicals vitally necessary for proper viral reproduction; these enzymes include reverse transcriptase, integrase, and protease Various forms of messenger RNA are also carried in the viral core, and these, too, play a role in the mechanics of viral reproduction
The formal process by which goods are imported into a country, consisting of filing of documents with the importing country’s customs service and the payment of customs duties Various types of entries are used in different circumstances such as consumption entries, warehouse entries, immediate transportation entries, and transportation and exportation entries
entry point for the eye
The first spot in a particular print advertisement noticed by the reader

We thought the entry point for the eye in this ad would be the actress’ face, but it was actually her legs.

entry points for the eye
plural form of entry point for the eye
entry wound
A wound made by a bullet or other object as it enters the body, as contrasted with exit wound
entry-level
simple enough to be appropriate to an inexperienced person, or to someone who does not need advanced features
entry clearance
Entry Clearance is a catch all term under UK Immigration legislation that refers to both visas and entry certificates issued to persons seeking to enter the UK
entry into force
The moment at which all provisions of a treaty are legally binding on its parties Every treaty specifies preconditions for its entry into force For example, the NPT specified that it would enter into force after the United States, Great Britain, and the Soviet Union (the Depository governments) and 40 other countries ratified the Treaty, an event that occurred on March 5, 1970
entry into force
protocols and amendments are not legally binding until they have been ratified by an agreed number of countries The Framework Convention on Climate Change, for example, required 50 and entered into force for each party 90 days after that party ratified The Kyoto Protocol includes what is called a "double trigger": the Protocol will enter into force once 55 countries accounting for at least 55% of developed countries' current greenhouse gas emissions have ratified the Protocol
entry into force
A treaty or convention comes into force when a sufficient number of states have expressed their consent to be bound by the treaty Once in force, the treaty or convention has a legal existence both in the international legal system and in the legal systems of states parties
entry into force
Multilateral agreements are usually not legally binding until they have been ratified by a certain number of countries The UNCCD required 50 ratifications and entered into force on 26 December 1996 Equally the Convention states, that it will enter into force for a given Party 90 days after this Party has deposited its instrument of Ratification or Accession
entry into force
The moment at which all provisions of a treaty are legally binding on its parties Every treaty specifies preconditions for its entry into force The NPT specified that it would enter into force after the United States, Great Britain, and the Soviet Union (the Depository governments) and forty other countries ratify the Treaty, an event which occurred on March 5, 1970
entry into force
The treaty comes into force when a sufficient number of States have expressed their consent to be bound by the treaty Then, the treaty has a legal existence in the international legal system and in the legal systems of States Parties
entry into force
Intergovernmental agreements, including protocols and amendments, are not legally binding until they have been ratified by a certain number of countries; the Climate Change Convention required 50 and enters into force for each new Party 90 days after it ratifies
entry into running accounts
recording an accounting transaction
entry level
A candidate for an Entry Level position would typically have recently completed either a Bachelors or Masters degree, or have up to two years of post Bachelors degree professional work experience directly related to the position being filled Salary Range: $ 26,623 - $ 56,831 Grade Range: GS 05 - 09
entry level
Only slightly above most users' heads
entry level
Really crap job
entry level
entry-level entry level product/model/computer etc a product etc that is the most basic or simple of its kind, making it suitable for people who do not have much money to spend or who do not have experience using the product
entry level system
basic system, minimal system which is suited for a certain type of work
entry point
In the BWCAW, one of a limited number of locations where access to the wilderness area is allowed; controlled by permit system
entry point
This is the function that is called when a dynamic link library is loaded into memory
entry point
The starting point in the code of an application In Visual Basic 6, entry points include a Sub Main procedure or a Form_Load event
entry point
The point where stored water enters the distribution system Español
entry point
The first executable statement within a component
entry point
(u) means a representative sampling location after the last point of treatment but before the first consumer connection
entry point
The location where a program, module, or control structure begins 12 9
entry point
An IBM network management term An entry point provides management functions for itself and the devices attached to it It has to be an SNA-addressable unit, allowing it to participate in network management by monitoring its own environment and exchanging information and messages with a Focal point
entry point
Designated locations for entering the BWCAW
entry point
The address at which a function or task begins to execute In C, the entry point of a function is the function's name
entry point
A point in the program to which the machine goes before you have had time to stop it from going there
entry point
A labelled place in a piece of code where execution can begin
entry point
A point within a help volume that may be displayed directly as the result of a request for help That is, a topic where the user may " "enter" or begin reading online help Any topic, or location within a topic, that has an ID can become an entry point
entry point
A stock's "entry point" refers to the price point at which an investor takes an initial position in a stock Defining an entry point depends on the approach taken when analyzing stock prices, i e , whether an investor is using technical or fundamental analysis A good entry point for a growth stock is near a bottom of its price range or at a breakout price from a higher high
entry point
The point at which a calling program accesses a called program
entry point
A function which is called when the DLL is loaded, or attached by a thread or process In Symbian OS, the function E32Dll() is usually coded as the entry point
entry point
In assembler language, the address or label of the first instruction that is executed when a routine is entered for execution
entry visa
endorsement on a passport permitting entrance to a country
entry-
A record of information source in a catalog, database, index or other information source
entry-
An entry is used for communication between tasks Externally, an entry is called just as a subprogram is called; its internal behavior is specified by one or more accept statements specifying the actions to be performed when the entry is called
entry-
An underground horizontal or near-horizontal passage used for haulage, ventilation, or as a mainway; a coal heading; a working place where the coal is extracted from the seam in the initial mining; same as "gate" and "roadway," both British terms
entry-
Once attached, the virus enters through the cell's membrane, and pushes it's tightly bound package of viral core proteins inside This viral core holds the virus' genetic material and several important enzymes, which are special chemicals vitally necessary for proper viral reproduction; these enzymes include reverse transcriptase, integrase, and protease Various forms of messenger RNA are also carried in the viral core, and these, too, play a role in the mechanics of viral reproduction
entry-
A heading in a catalog, index, or database under which a record of a book, serial article, etc is located Each cataloged book, serial, etc has entries in BobCat; entries for serial articles are found primarily in periodical indexes, not in BobCat A main entry is the entry under which an item is cataloged, and may be an individual author, a corporate body, or a title Added entries are additional entries under which an item may be found, such as joint authors or editors, title, or series Subject entries locate an item by subject An analytic entry is for a part of a larger work, such as an article in a collection or anthology A series entry is under the series heading
entry-
Word or words, in a list (usually alphabetical such as in a library catalog or an index) which give access to information For example, the catalog contains author, title, and subject entries
entry-
uci See "Data entry" or "Control entry "
entry-
An Entry is anything that appears in the In-Tray or your Agenda pages (Meetings, Tasks, Daily Notes, Holidays and day Events)
entry-
A directory entry This may be either a file or directory or An item recorded in the Index by the Message Server, such as a message, service, folder, or attachment Each Index entry (and so each item) is uniquely identified by an ID field
entry-
one of the short sections into which a dictionary is divided An entry explains the meaning or meanings of a word or expression
entry-
all of the material entered under the one headword
entry-
a record of a work in a catalog of list; the heading chosen for this record
entry-
introduction: the act of beginning something new; "they looked forward to the debut of their new product line"
entry-
A record of an item in a catalog See also Heading
entry-
entrance: something that provides access (entry or exit); "they waited at the entrance to the garden"; "beggars waited just outside the entryway to the cathedral"
entry-
The heading under which information is located in indexes, catalogs, bibliographies, encyclopedias, etc
entry-
entrance: the act of entering; "she made a grand entrance"
entry-
A bibliographic record of an item in a catalog See also Heading
entry-
An access point to a bibliographic record under which the record may be searched and identified Typical entries are title, author, and subject
entry-
An item or fact that has been "entered" (placed on a list or into a catalog or index or database) See also citation
entry-
The formal process by which goods are imported into a country, consisting of filing of documents with the importing country’s customs service and the payment of customs duties Various types of entries are used in different circumstances such as consumption entries, warehouse entries, immediate transportation entries, and transportation and exportation entries
entry-
a written record of a commercial transaction
entry-
an item inserted in a written record
entry-
The end of a dive, when the diver begins to enter the water Judges look for a vertical body position, with toes pointed, on entry On a head-first entry, the arms should be stretched above the head, in line with the body, and the hands should be close together On a feet-first entry, the arms should be close to the body and the elbows should not be bent
entry-
A representation of a bibliographic record at a particular point in the database There can be one or more entries for any one heading Refer also to Heading
entry-
Description of individual sources of information See also Record
entry-
A citation or record in an index or catalog
entry-
submission: something (manuscripts or architectural plans and models or estimates or works of art of all genres etc ) submitted for the judgment of others (as in a competition); "several of his submissions were rejected by publishers"; "what was the date of submission of your proposal?"
entry-
(n ) The value or information in a table cell or list item
entry-
A customs form used for the clearance of ships or merchandise See also COMPILE, EDIFACE
entry-level
Entry-level is used to describe basic low-cost versions of products such as cars or computers that are suitable for people who have no previous experience or knowledge of them. Several companies are offering new, entry-level models in hopes of attracting more buyers
entry-level
Entry-level jobs are suitable for people who do not have previous experience or qualifications in a particular area of work. Many entry-level jobs were filled by school leavers
analytical entry
an entry in a bibliographic catalogue that describes a part of a larger work that has its own entry
bill of entry
An account of goods entered at a customs house, of imports and exports, detailing the merchant, quantity of goods, their type, and place of origin or destination. It is issued by the customs presenting the total assigned value and the corresponding duty charged on the cargo
book entry
A bond or similar security for which no certificate is issued, but ownership is recorded on computer
data entry
The act of inputing data into a computer, such as by typing out handwriting, capturing data from scanned documents, taking responses from telephone interviews, etc
double-entry
Describing a method of bookkeeping in which each transaction is entered in two accounts, for debits and for credits
no entry
Used on signs to indicate that entry into the area where the sign is displayed is forbidden
re-entry
The act of retaking possession of land, etc
re-entry
The return of a spacecraft into the Earth's atmosphere
remote keyless entry
On an automobile, a remote control device used to lock and unlock a vehicle's doors, open the trunk and sound the alarm system
right of entry
Where a grantor has created a fee simple subject to condition subsequent, and the condition of the grant has come to pass, the right of the grantor to physically reclaim ownership of the land
rights of entry
plural form of right of entry
adjusting entry
An accounting entry made at the end of an accounting period to allocate items between accounting periods
rear entry
(Argo) Doggy style is a sex position. This name refers to the initial position assumed by dogs when mating (see canine copulation). It is also known as kitty style, retrocopulation, or simply rear entry, or by its Latin name, coitus more ferarum ("sex after the custom of beasts")
entries
plural of entry
entries
One piece of information contained in a forum Examples from a discussion include a topic, a reply, a document, a URL, or a survey question Other examples include a calendar appointment or a chat session
entry