IN MATH: 1. n. an expression or a command or a program written on the command or entry line of a calculator prior to its execution ordered by pressing the ENTER key. EX. The previous entry may be recalled to the command line by pressing the ENTRY key. 2. n. the calculator key which reprints the last entry.
IN ENGLISH: 1. n. an opening. EX. His entry to the conversation was the line: "How are you feeling?" EX. Their entry way was decorated with colored lights for Christmas. 2. as defined above.
APPLICATION: See list 400.
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