Definition of Dictionary entry
1. Noun. The entry in a dictionary of information about a word.
Terms within: Headword, Citation Form, Entry Word, Main Entry Word
Group relationships: Dictionary, Lexicon
Generic synonyms: Entry
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Literary usage of Dictionary entry
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1. Authentic Reading Practice Grades 4-6 by Jo Ellen Moore (2001)
"The pages that follow provide an opportunity for students to become acquainted with the parts of a dictionary entry and to get important hands-on ..."
2. Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of English Usage by Inc. Merriam-Webster (1994)
"... 17), who regard it as verbose and patronizing, ause it is a phrase whose meaning is self-explanatory d therefore not a candidate for dictionary entry), ..."
3. An Adventure of Great Dimension: The Launching of the Chicago Assyrian by Erica Reiner (2002)
"... CAD staff ever had a quarrel with Landsberger, it was on account of his in- depth and consequently long-lasting study of the lemma (dictionary entry). ..."
4. Altova Xmlspy 2005 User & Reference Manual by Altova (2005)
"Click in the Word: field and enter the new dictionary entry (this automatically activates the Add button). 3. Click Add to add it to the dictionary. ..."
5. Authentic Reading Practice Grades 1-3by Jo Ellen Moore by Jo Ellen Moore (2001)
"... parts of a dictionary entry. Alphabetical Order (Pages 249 and 250) Reproduce these pages for students to practice putting words in alphabetical order. ..."
6. A Supplement to A Guide to Manuscripts Relating to the American Indian in by Daythal Kendall, John F. Freeman (1982)
"Includes: letter to Whitfield J. Bell, Jr.; photocopies of a few dictionary entry cards. [10(172)] Donor, grantee, Mar. 1978. 4178. MARSH, GORDON H., comp. ..."