[en-tran-sing, -trahn-] /ɛnˈtræn sɪŋ, -ˈtrɑn-/
[en-trans, -trahns] /ɛnˈtræns, -ˈtrɑns/
verb (used with object), entranced, entrancing.
to fill with delight or wonder; enrapture.
to put into a :
to be hypnotically entranced.
the act or an instance of entering; entry
a place for entering, such as a door or gate
the coming of an actor or other performer onto a stage
to fill with wonder and delight; enchant
to put into a trance; hypnotize
1520s, “act of entering,” from Middle French entrance, from entrer (see enter). Sense of “door, gate” first recorded in English 1530s.
“to throw into a trance,” 1590s, from en- (1) “put in” + trance (n.). Meaning “to delight” also is 1590s. Related: Entranced; entrancing.
[en-tran-sing, -trahn-] /ɛnˈtræn sɪŋ, -ˈtrɑn-/ adjective 1. delightful; enchanting.
[en-truh nt] /ˈɛn trənt/ noun 1. a competitor in a contest. 2. a new member, as of an association or school. 3. a person who . /ˈɛntrənt/ noun 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 n. 1630s, […]
[en-trap] /ɛnˈtræp/ verb (used with object), entrapped, entrapping. 1. to catch in or as in a trap; ensnare: The hunters used nets to entrap the lion. 2. to bring unawares into difficulty or danger: He entrapped himself in the web of his own lies. 3. to lure into performing an act or making a statement […]
[en-trap-muh nt] /ɛnˈtræp mənt/ noun 1. the luring by a law-enforcement agent of a person into committing a crime. 2. an act or process of . 3. a state of being . /ɪnˈtræpmənt/ noun 1. the luring, by a police officer, of a person into committing a crime so that he may be prosecuted for […]