What is Entered?
Entered definition and meaning on Dictionary terms:
verb (used without object)
to come or go in: Knock before you enter.
to be admitted into a school, competition, etc.: Some contestants enter as late as a day before the race.
to make a beginning (often followed by on or upon): We have entered upon a new phase in history.
Theater. to come upon the stage (used in stage directions as the 3rd person imperative singular or plural): Enter Othello, and Iago at a distance.
verb (used with object)
to come or go into: He just entered the building. The thought never entered my mind.
to penetrate or pierce: The bullet entered the flesh.
to put in or insert.
to become a member of; join: to enter a club.
to cause to be admitted, as into a school, competition, etc.: to enter a horse in a race.
to make a beginning of or in, or begin upon; engage or become involved in: He entered the medical profession.
to share in; have an intuitive understanding of: In order to appreciate the novel, one must be able to enter the spirit of the work.
to make a record of; record or register: to enter a new word in a dictionary.
Law. to make a formal record of (a fact). to occupy or to take possession of (lands); make an entrance, entry, ingress in, under claim of a right to possession. to file an application for (public lands).
Computers. to put (a document, program, data, etc.) into a computer system: Enter your new document into the word-processing system.
to put forward, submit, or register formally: to enter an objection to a proposed action; to enter a bid for a contract.
to report (a ship, cargo, etc.) at the custom house.
enter into, to participate in; engage in. to investigate; consider: We will enter into the question of inherited characteristics at a future time. to sympathize with; share in. to form a constituent part or ingredient of: There is another factor that enters into the situation. to go into a particular state: to enter into a state of suspended animation.