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English words starting with gat

Gate

ɡeɪt

Meanings of Gate:

noun

A hinged barrier used to close an opening in a wall, fence, or hedge.

Usage examples:

She closed the front gate
verb

Confine (a pupil or student) to school or college.

Usage examples:

He was gated for the rest of term
combining form

In nouns denoting an actual or alleged scandal, especially one involving a cover-up.

Usage examples:

Irangate

Gate-money

ˈɡeɪt ˌmʌn.i

Meanings of Gate-money:

noun

The total amount of money paid by people to see a sports event

Gateau

ˈɡæt.əʊ

Meanings of Gateau:

noun

A rich cake, typically one containing layers of cream or fruit.

Usage examples:

A chocolate gateau

Gatecrash

ˈɡeɪt.kræʃ

Meanings of Gatecrash:

verb

To go to a party or other event when you have not been invited

Usage examples:

He decided to gatecrash the wedding.

Meanings of Gatecrashers:

noun

Someone who goes to a party or other event when they have not been invited

Usage examples:

The party was ruined by a couple of rowdy gatecrashers., there were at least forty people at the pa…

Gated

ˈɡeɪ.tɪd

Meanings of Gated:

adjective

Having gates to control the movement of traffic, people, or animals.

Usage examples:

A gated road
verb

Confine (a pupil or student) to school or college.

Usage examples:

He was gated for the rest of term

Gatefold

ˈɡeɪt.fəʊld

Meanings of Gatefold:

noun

An oversized page in a book or magazine folded to the same size as the other pages but intended to be opened out for reading.

Usage examples:

Lift the first gatefold up, the second gatefold down and the next gatefold sideways to the left.

Gatehouse

ˈɡeɪt.haʊs

Meanings of Gatehouse:

noun

A house standing by a gateway, especially on a country estate.

Usage examples:

The house was built as one of the gatehouses to the estate.

Meanings of Gatekeep:

verb

To try to control who gets particular resources, power, or opportunities, and who does not

Usage examples:

The system gatekeeps quite well., a key task of the facilitator is to gatekeep group interaction so…

Meanings of Gatekeeper:

noun

An attendant employed to control who goes through a gate.

Usage examples:

To use it, the gateman had to lower the gates while he left the tower.

Gatekeepers

ˈɡeɪtˌkiː.pər

Meanings of Gatekeepers:

noun

An attendant employed to control who goes through a gate.

Usage examples:

To use it, the gateman had to lower the gates while he left the tower.

Gateman

ˈɡeɪtkiːpə

Meanings of Gateman:

noun

An attendant employed to control who goes through a gate.

Usage examples:

To use it, the gateman had to lower the gates while he left the tower.

Meanings of Gatemen:

noun

An attendant employed to control who goes through a gate.

Gatepost

ˈɡeɪt.pəʊst

Meanings of Gatepost:

noun

A post on which a gate is hinged, or against which it shuts.

Usage examples:

Like crowning jewels, these ceramic finials for deck railing, fence posts, or gateposts add sculptu…

Meanings of Gateposts:

noun

A post on which a gate is hinged, or against which it shuts.

Usage examples:

Like crowning jewels, these ceramic finials for deck railing, fence posts, or gateposts add sculptu…

Meanings of Gates:

noun

A hinged barrier used to close an opening in a wall, fence, or hedge.

Usage examples:

She closed the front gate
verb

Confine (a pupil or student) to school or college.

Usage examples:

He was gated for the rest of term

Meanings of Gateway:

noun

An opening that can be closed by a gate.

Usage examples:

We turned into a gateway leading to a cottage

Meanings of Gatewaying:

noun

The action of "gateway"; (the manner or process of) connection or transmission via one or more gateways.

Gateways

ˈɡeɪtweɪ

Meanings of Gateways:

noun

An opening that can be closed by a gate.

Usage examples:

We turned into a gateway leading to a cottage

Gather

ˈɡaðə

Meanings of Gather:

verb

Come together; assemble or accumulate.

Usage examples:

As soon as a crowd gathered, the police came
noun

A part of a garment that is gathered.

Usage examples:

This can be accomplished at side seams, the center back seam, gathers, pleats, darts or a combinati…

Meanings of Gather-up:

phrase

To prepare to make a great effort to be strong or brave

Usage examples:

I spent a week gathering the courage to say no., she paused briefly to gather her strength., someho…

Meanings of Gathered:

verb

Come together; assemble or accumulate.

Usage examples:

As soon as a crowd gathered, the police came
noun

A part of a garment that is gathered.

Usage examples:

This can be accomplished at side seams, the center back seam, gathers, pleats, darts or a combinati…

Meanings of Gatherer:

noun

A person who collects or gathers things from numerous places.

Usage examples:

Nut gatherers harvest so many nuts that few if any seedlings are taking root

Meanings of Gatherers:

noun

A person who collects or gathers things from numerous places.

Usage examples:

Nut gatherers harvest so many nuts that few if any seedlings are taking root

Gathering

ˈɡæð.ər.ɪŋ

Meanings of Gathering:

noun

An assembly or meeting, especially one held for a specific purpose.

Usage examples:

A family gathering
verb

Come together; assemble or accumulate.

Usage examples:

As soon as a crowd gathered, the police came

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