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Translation of "gate" - English-Spanish dictionary

gate

noun   /ɡeɪt/
A2 a door in a fence or outside wall puerta, verja Please shut the gate.
B1 the part of an airport where you get on or off a plane puerta de embarque The flight to Dublin is now boarding at gate 8.
(Definition of gate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

gate

noun /ɡeit/
(a metal, wooden etc doorlike object which closes) the opening in a wall, fence etc through which people gate pass puerta; verja I’ll meet you at the park gate(s).
gatecrash verb
to enter or go to (a party, meeting etc) without being invited or without paying colarse (de gorra) They’re planning to gatecrash the party.
gatecrasher noun
persona que se ha colado, intruso Some gatecrashers managed to get into the party.
gatepost noun
a post to which a gate is fixed. poste
gateway noun
an opening or entrance into a city etc, which contains a gate. entrada, puerta, puerta de entrada
(Definition of gate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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