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ˈɛn trənten·trant

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. entrantnoun

    a commodity that enters competition with established merchandise

    "a well publicized entrant is the pocket computer"

  2. newcomer, fledgling, fledgeling, starter, neophyte, freshman, newbie, entrantnoun

    any new participant in some activity

  3. entrantnoun

    someone who enters

    "new entrants to the country must go though immigration procedures"

  4. entrantnoun

    one who enters a competition


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Webster Dictionary

  1. Entrantnoun

    one who enters; a beginner

    Etymology: [See Entrance, n.]

  2. Entrantnoun

    an applicant for admission

    Etymology: [See Entrance, n.]

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of entrant in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of entrant in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of entrant in a Sentence

  1. Jack Buser:

    The games business is a tough business... There's a reason why there hasn't been a major new entrant into the gaming space since the Xbox in the early 2000s, have we made mistakes ? Absolutely. Have we learned from those mistakes ? Absolutely. Will we make mistakes in the future ? I'm sure we will. Right. And that's part of what it means to be in this business. But one thing is for sure : we are committed to it.

  2. Phil Grant:

    This auction does not solve the long term problem in attracting new entrant large scale gas plant to the market.

  3. Alastair Bishop:

    If you look over the next five, 10 years, something very similar will happen in the automotive space, not every new entrant will be a winner, just as not every incumbent will be a loser. It's going to be a bit more nuanced.

  4. Dan Elwell:

    To be engaged in one new entrant piece, which is drones, on almost a daily basis, tells you how much attention is being paid to drone space.

  5. Edsger W. Dijkstra:

    The argument against recursive procedures was always an efficiency argument: non-re-entrant code could be executed so much more efficiently. But with the advent of multiprogramming another need for felxible storage allocation has emerged. And if there are still machines in which the use of recursive routines is punished by too heavy a penalty, then I would venture the opinion that the structure of such a machine should now be called somewhat old-fashioned.

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