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make your/an entrance

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmake your/an entrancemake your/an entranceto come onto the stage in a play entrance
Examples from the Corpus
make your/an entranceWith her long fur coat, she always made a dramatic entrance.With the separation and distinction, light and life can make an entrance.Drunk or crazy, the tall man had made an entrance worthy of Henry Irving.Dominic used to love making an entrance.The hero doesn't make his entrance until Act II, Scene 2.Frankie tells the audience how the Producers had wanted him to make an entrance by sliding down a fireman's pole!
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