enter, come in, get into, get in, go into, go in, move into(verb)
to come or go into
"the boat entered an area of shallow marshes"
move into, figure, pull in, place, insert, make it, go into, inscribe, participate, put in, put on, recruit, embark, enrol, throw in, come in, assume, record, accede, go far, interject, get into, get in, infix, put down, inject, don, move in, enroll, come, wear, draw in, come out, arrive, go in, interpose, tangle with, introduce
become a participant; be involved in
"enter a race"; "enter an agreement"; "enter a drug treatment program"; "enter negotiations"
enroll, inscribe, enter, enrol, recruit(verb)
register formally as a participant or member
"The party recruited many new members"
recruit, go into, participate, enrol, infix, encrypt, get into, go in, put down, figure, introduce, levy, code, cipher, cypher, embark, grave, scratch, autograph, record, inscribe, write in code, insert, engrave, encipher, accede, get in, come in, enroll, move into, raise
be or play a part of or in
"Elections figure prominently in every government program"; "How do the elections figure in the current pattern of internal politics?"
move into, figure, reckon, insert, go into, work out, participate, embark, estimate, record, enrol, come in, see, fancy, picture, compute, visualize, accede, calculate, envision, inscribe, get in, cipher, infix, put down, image, get into, enroll, recruit, visualise, cypher, forecast, project, go in, introduce, count on
record, enter, put down(verb)
make a record of; set down in permanent form
move into, land, figure, repose, bring down, commemorate, insert, read, introduce, go into, register, show, participate, destroy, drop off, embark, get down, place down, enrol, demean, come in, write down, record, accede, lay, immortalize, degrade, inscribe, memorialise, take down, get in, disgrace, infix, put down, unload, tape, get into, drop, discharge, enroll, recruit, immortalise, go in, set down, memorialize
come on stage
take on duties or office
"accede to the throne"
defer, go into, participate, acquiesce, bow, recruit, get into, go in, put down, give in, figure, assent, record, submit, embark, introduce, insert, enrol, inscribe, infix, enroll, get in, move into, come in, accede
insert, infix, enter, introduce(verb)
put or introduce into something
"insert a picture into the text"
move into, go in, figure, bring out, insert, go into, premise, slip in, inscribe, participate, acquaint, put in, embark, present, sneak in, enrol, stick in, preface, come in, inclose, record, accede, precede, usher in, get into, tuck, get in, infix, put down, bring in, enroll, recruit, inaugurate, enclose, introduce, innovate
set out on (an enterprise or subject of study)
"she embarked upon a new career"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
To reach, in the sense here considered, is to come to by motion or progress. Attain is now oftenest used of abstract relations; as, to attain success. When applied to concrete matters, it commonly signifies the overcoming of hindrance and difficulty; as, the storm-beaten ship at length attained the harbor. Come is the general word for moving to or toward the place where the speaker or writer is or supposes himself to be. To reach is to come to from a distance that is actually or relatively considerable; to stretch the journey, so to speak, across the distance, as, in its original meaning, one reaches an object by stretching out the hand. To gain is to reach or attain something eagerly sought; the wearied swimmer reaches or gains the shore. One comes in from his garden; he reaches home from a journey. To arrive is to come to a destination, to reach a point intended or proposed. The European steamer arrives in port, or reaches the harbor; the dismantled wreck drifts ashore, or comes to land. Compare ATTAIN.
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We got off track very severely for the last four years with a climate denier in the Oval Office, we enter the international arena with a credibility deficit.
There are challenges, this is a very difficult operation to undertake. We have to identify Syrians who want to enter this program, we have to vet them, which is a difficult process.
You enter all the information online, either through the phone or on a computer, and then immediately you can print out a birth certificate and give it to that baby.
When you enter a hotel room, you have an expectation of privacy and safety. In my case, both of these things were stolen from me. What happened to me is an incredible violation and should be treated as a sex crime.
Part of Read MoreOr is that Americans fundamentally don't trust rich people, another part of that is : They don't have that reservoir of familiarity and good feeling that some politicians enter any race with.
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