Used to form compound words with the sense of "mutually", "between", or as an early variant of "inter-".
Origin: From entre, from inter.
a prefix signifying between, among, part
Origin: [F. entre between, fr. L. inter. See Inter-]
The numerical value of enter- in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of enter- in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
You should enter a ballpark the way you enter a church.
One voice can enter ten ears, but ten voices cannot enter one ear.
He's the new archbishop and is knocking, wishing to enter his cathedral.
The only cave you've always feared to enter holds the treasure you've been seeking all your life. Dare yourself to enter, and Happiness is yours!
As far as people are concerned, they can enter Croatia, our border is ready and open for any other car without Serbian registration. Buses with Serbian registration will not enter into Croatia.
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