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gateway

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈɡeɪt.weɪ/
an entrance through a wall, fence, etc. where there is a gate
(圍牆或籬笆等的)出入口
Passages and entrance areas
gateway to somewhere a place through which you have to go to get to a particular area
(通往…的)通道;門戶
Manchester is known as the gateway to the north.
曼徹斯特被稱作通往英格蘭北部的門戶。
Passages and entrance areas
Translations of “gateway”
in Korean 입구…
in Arabic بَوّابة…
in Portuguese portão, portal…
in Catalan entrada, porta…
in Japanese (門の)入り口…
in Italian cancello, entrata, ingresso…
in Russian ворота, проход…
in Turkish giriş yolu…
in Chinese (Simplified) (围墙或篱笆等的)出入口…
in Polish brama…
(Definition of gateway noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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