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Another word for entree

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Noun
  1. The right to enter or make use of

      1. The act of entering
      2. A place or means of entering; entrance
      3. The right or permission to enter
      1. (Card Games) A card that can win a trick and thus gain the lead
      2. An item entered in this way:
      3. The recording of an item, note, etc. in a list, journal, etc. or of data in a computer file
      1. (Uncountable) The right to go in.
      2. The entering upon; the beginning, or that with which the beginning is made; the commencement; initiation.
      3. A means or point by which to enter.
      1. Permission or right to enter
      2. (Elec.) The ratio of effective current to effective voltage in a circuit carrying an alternating current; the reciprocal of impedance, measured in siemens and consisting of conductance and susceptance: symbol, Y
      3. Permission to enter:
      1. An admitting or being admitted; entrance
      2. A voluntary acknowledgment of a fact or truth; a concession:
      3. The price required or paid for entering; an entrance fee.
      1. The ability or right to approach, enter, exit, communicate with, or make use of:
      2. A means of approaching, entering, exiting, communicating with, or making use of:
      3. An outburst or onset:
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    enter

Another word for entree

Noun
  1. The right or freedom to enter

      1. One that has position, influence, or power:
      2. A person, group, etc. that is in power, in office, or in a favored position
      3. (Informal) Special influence or favor; pull
      1. The ability or right to approach, enter, exit, communicate with, or make use of:
      2. A means of approaching, entering, exiting, communicating with, or making use of:
      3. An outburst or onset:
      1. The price required or paid for entering; an entrance fee.
      2. A voluntary acknowledgment of a fact or truth; a concession:
      3. The right to enter; access
      1. Permission or right to enter
      2. (Elec.) The ratio of effective current to effective voltage in a circuit carrying an alternating current; the reciprocal of impedance, measured in siemens and consisting of conductance and susceptance: symbol, Y
      3. Permission to enter:
  2. A dish served before the main course or between principal courses

      1. (Computing, informal) A quarter of a byte (Half of a nibble).
      2. A pleasing or choice bit of food, news, gossip, etc.
      3. A tasty morsel (of food, gossip etc.)
      1. (Usually in the plural) A small, light, and usually savory first course in a meal
      2. A small portion of a tasty food or a drink to stimulate the appetite at the beginning of a meal
      3. A food or drink served usually before a meal to stimulate the appetite.
      1. A member of the vegetable kingdom, especially a green plant.
      2. A plant cultivated for its edible parts, such as the roots of the beet, the leaves of spinach, the flower buds of broccoli, or the fruit or seeds of certain species, as beans, corn, and squash.
      3. Broadly, any plant, as distinguished from animal or inorganic matter
      1. A green vegetable or herb used in salad, especially lettuce.
      2. A finely chopped or ground food mixed with mayonnaise, seasonings, etc. and served as on lettuce or in a sandwich
      3. A dish of raw leafy green vegetables, often tossed with pieces of other raw or cooked vegetables, fruit, cheese, or other ingredients and served with a dressing.
      1. A dish of pungent taste, such as anchovies on toast or pickled fruit, sometimes served in Great Britain as an hors d'oeuvre or instead of a sweet dessert.
      2. In England and Canada, a small, highly seasoned portion of food served at the end of a meal or as an appetizer
      3. The leaves of either of these plants, used as seasoning.
      1. A dish served between the main courses or as a side dish
      2. A side dish (often of vegetables), or a small dish of savories served between courses
      3. A dessert
      1. A serving of food meant as an accompanying dish.
      2. Any food served along with the main course, usually in a separate dish