entrant

[ UK /ˈɛntɹənt/ ]
[ US /ˈɛntɹənt/ ]
NOUN
  1. a commodity that enters competition with established merchandise
    a well publicized entrant is the pocket computer
  2. someone who enters
    new entrants to the country must go though immigration procedures
  3. any new participant in some activity
  4. one who enters a competition
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How To Use entrant In A Sentence

  • Entrants must specify their choice of prize when entering. Times, Sunday Times
  • Rapid market growth and sector under-capacity encouraged Pilkingtons to expand and attracted new entrants to the marketplace without adverse effects on profits.
  • Real world firms, and in particular real world entrants, face many kinds of uncertainty.
  • At full strength, it will have about 600 students, with 130 new entrants each year.
  • All entrants will receive £20 worth of discount vouchers for Vodafone services.
  • The incumbents often behave badly towards new entrants. Times, Sunday Times
  • Free entry and exit enables a potential entrant to adopt hit-and-run behaviour whenever the incumbent shows any signs of making above-normal profits.
  • Cracks most commonly occur at the re-entrant corners in sink openings, where the concrete is only 2 or 3 inches wide.
  • Many entrants to nursing will be leaving home for the first time or changing their location.
  • However, pre-press and production employers say math, science and IT skills are as important as creative software skills and new entrants are expected to learn on the job.
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