Skip to definition.
Get the FREE one-click dictionary software for Windows or the iPhone/iPad and Android apps

Noun: entrance  en-trun(t)s
  1. Something that provides access (to get in or get out)
    "they waited at the entrance to the garden";
    - entranceway, entryway, entry, entrée
  2. A movement into or inward
    - entering
  3. The act of entering
    "she made a grand entrance";
    - entering, entry, ingress, incoming
  4. The right or opportunity to enter
Verb: entrance  en-trun(t)s
  1. Cause rapt attraction or admiration; attract love
    "She entranced all the men's hearts";
    - capture, enamour [Brit, Cdn], trance, catch, becharm [archaic], enamor [US], captivate, beguile, charm, fascinate, bewitch, enchant
  2. Put into a trance
    - spellbind
  3. Hold spellbound
    - enchant, enrapture, transport, enthrall [US], ravish [literary], enthral [Brit, Cdn], captivate

Derived forms: entrancing, entrances, entranced

Type of: access, appeal, approach, arrival, attract, change of location, delight, hypnotise [Brit], hypnotize, mesmerise [Brit], mesmerize, please, travel

Encyclopedia: Entrance