Translation: from spanish

to enter something

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  • enter — [[t]e̱ntə(r)[/t]] ♦♦ enters, entering, entered 1) VERB When you enter a place such as a room or building, you go into it or come into it. [FORMAL] [V n] He entered the room briskly and stood near the door... [V n] Before entering the bathroom, he …   English dictionary

  • enter — en‧ter [ˈentə ǁ ər] verb [transitive] 1. if people or goods enter a country, they arrive there: • A lot of goods are fraudulently and illegally entering the US. 2. COMMERCE if a company enters a market, it starts selling goods or services in that …   Financial and business terms

  • enter — 1 Enter, penetrate, pierce, probe are comparable when meaning to make way into something so as to reach or pass through the interior. Enter (see also ENTER 2) is the most comprehensive of these words and the least explicit in its implications.… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • enter on — ● enter * * * ˈenter on ˈenter u ˌpon [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they enter on he/she/it enters on present participle …   Useful english dictionary

  • enter the picture/scene — 1 : to become involved in something The company went through many drastic changes after its new owner entered the scene. 2 or enter (into) the equation : to become something that must be considered or dealt with Once politics enters the picture,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Enter the Haggis — Background information Also known as ETH Origin Toronto, Ontario, Canada …   Wikipedia

  • enter into the spirit of something — enter/get into the spirit of (something) to show that you are happy to be at a social event by talking to a lot of people, dancing, or wearing special clothes. Hey, I like your hat! Well, I thought I d better enter into the spirit of things. I m… …   New idioms dictionary

  • enter — Neither Fowler nor Gowers, nor even Burchfield in 1998, included an entry on enter, which is surprising given its range of collocation and usage. It is both transitive (i.e. takes an object) and intransitive: you can enter a place or simply enter …   Modern English usage

  • enter into the spirit of something — enter/get/into the spirit of something phrase to take part in something with enthusiasm Everyone entered into the spirit of things by wearing costumes. Thesaurus: to take part, or to become involvedsynonym Main entry: spirit …   Useful english dictionary

  • Something for Rockets — (EP) is an American alternative rock band out of Los Angeles, California. The band includes Rami Perlman on vocals and guitar, Josh Eichenbaum on keyboards, and Barry Davis on drums. The band recently released their second full length record with …   Wikipedia

  • Something Wicked this Way comes — (deutsch Etwas Böses kommt daher) ist ein Zitat aus der ersten Szene des vierten Aktes des Dramas „Macbeth“ von William Shakespeare. Die betreffende Szene spielt in einer Höhle. Drei Hexen versammeln sich um einen Kessel mit brodelndem… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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