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English definition of “five-bar gate”

five-bar gate

noun [C] /ˌfaɪv.bɑːˈɡeɪt/ US  /-bɑːr-/ (also five-barred gate, /ˌfaɪv.bɑːdˈɡeɪt/ US  /-bɑːrd-/)
a wide gate consisting of five horizontal bars and usually one or two bars going from corner to corner
(Definition of five-bar gate noun from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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