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English definition of “gate”

gate

noun [C]  /ɡeɪt/ us  
a section of a fence or outer wall that can swing open to let you through: I pushed open the gate and went into the backyard. A gate is also the door at an airport that you go through to get on an aircraft: All passengers for flight 103 please proceed to gate D4.
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