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gatepost

noun [C] uk   /ˈɡeɪt.pəʊst/ us    /-poʊst/
a post to which a gate is fixed, or to which it fastens when closed
Translations of “gatepost”
in Korean 문기둥…
in Arabic أحد القائمين اللذين يَحمِلان البَوّابة…
in Portuguese poste…
in Catalan estaca…
in Japanese 門柱…
in Italian pilastro…
in Chinese (Traditional) (大門的)門柱…
in Chinese (Simplified) (大门的)门柱…
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