Entre-



in words from French, corresponds to English enter-, which is itself from French entre “between, among,” from Latin inter (see inter-).

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  • Entreasure

    [en-trezh-er] /ɛnˈtrɛʒ ər/ verb (used with object), entreasured, entreasuring. 1. to lay up in or as in a treasury.

  • Entreat

    [en-treet] /ɛnˈtrit/ verb (used with object) 1. to ask (a person) earnestly; beseech; implore; beg: to entreat the judge for mercy. 2. to ask earnestly for (something): He entreated help in his work. verb (used without object) 3. to make an earnest request or petition. /ɪnˈtriːt/ verb 1. to ask (a person) earnestly; beg or […]



  • Entreating

    [en-treet] /ɛnˈtrit/ verb (used with object) 1. to ask (a person) earnestly; beseech; implore; beg: to entreat the judge for mercy. 2. to ask earnestly for (something): He entreated help in his work. verb (used without object) 3. to make an earnest request or petition. /ɪnˈtriːt/ verb 1. to ask (a person) earnestly; beg or […]

  • Entreatment

    [en-treet] /ɛnˈtrit/ verb (used with object) 1. to ask (a person) earnestly; beseech; implore; beg: to entreat the judge for mercy. 2. to ask earnestly for (something): He entreated help in his work. verb (used without object) 3. to make an earnest request or petition. /ɪnˈtriːt/ verb 1. to ask (a person) earnestly; beg or […]



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