ingang

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle English ingang(entrance, admission), from Old English ingang(ingress, entry, entrance), from Proto-Germanic *in(in) + *gangaz(a going), equivalent to in- +‎ gang. Cognate with Dutch ingang(entryway), Old High German ingang(entrance) (German Eingang). More at in, gang.

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ingang ‎(plural ingangs)

  1. An entrance or entryway.
    I'll be there in ten minutes. Meet me at the ingang.
    She was waiting for him at the ingang of the market.

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Noun[edit]

ingang m ‎(plural ingangen, diminutive ingangetje n)

  1. entrance
  2. (electronics) input

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Middle English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old English ingang(ingress, entry, entrance), from Proto-Germanic *in + *gangaz(going). Cognate with Old High German ingang(entrance) (German Eingang).

Noun[edit]

ingang (plural ingangs)

  1. an entry, entrance
  2. permission granted for entry, admission

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