Entering their names - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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enter (one's) name
To submit one's own or someone else's name for consideration in a selection, such as a competition, application pool, election, etc. I'm thinking about entering my name for class president! Just so you know, I entered your name for a chance to win an all-expenses-paid trip to Florida! As has been widely predicted, the governor announced today that he was entering his name for the presidential election next year.
enter somebody’s/your ˈname (for something),
put somebody’s/your ˈname down (for something) apply for a place at a school, in a competition, etc. for somebody or yourself: Have you entered your name for the quiz yet?
References in periodicals archive
Visitors fill out a questionnaire on the screen, entering their names
, addresses and descriptions of their businesses.
The work of these award-winning photographers can be seen by entering their names
as keywords in the search box at this link: http://creative.