[ US /ˈɑnˌtɹeɪ/ ]
  1. the principal dish of a meal
  2. an entrance, especially a theatrical entrance onto a stage or as if onto a stage
    she made a graceful entree into the ballroom
  3. something that provides access (to get in or get out)
    beggars waited just outside the entryway to the cathedral
    they waited at the entrance to the garden
  4. the right to enter
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How To Use entree In A Sentence

  • The phenomenon in the mid 80s provided Laurie's entrée into the hair accessories market.
  • One curious point is the "Romanov" label attached to this and other meat entrees. The Prague Post
  • That initial contact gave her entrée into other university offerings.
  • Offal, long the most unchic of entrees, is suddenly cool. Not For the Lily-Livered
  • The next course is a ‘Menu Planner’ that's built around five easy-to-follow steps: Search for a meal, choose an entrée, add extras, get your menu, and make a shopping list.
  • My friend ordered a pork tenderloin from the meat and fish entrées.
  • Among the entrées, the dosai is a large crêpe wrapped into a cone shape; lift the crêpe and there is a piece of sea bass done to flaky perfection with a swirl of light chutney.
  • The large selection of vegetarian entrées starts at $7.95 for red lentils cooked with onions, tomatoes and cumin, and runs up to $12.95 for the vegetable biryani.
  • Bruni recounts the plethora of pork belly on the app menu ( "pork belly with kimchi in an Asian preparation" or "house-smoked pork belly with lentils") then noted the pig-plenty on the entrees list ( "a pork chop, pork ribs or a pork foot, also known as a trotter"), and even found a little piggy available for dessert ( "the house-made bacon chocolate crunch bar"). LAist
  • University provides Benjamin an entrée to a whole new way of life.
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