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noun as in movable barrier at entrance

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Healthe concedes its entry gate may not be as critical as its 222 nm products focused on air decontamination, but says it a valuable part of its layered approach to disinfection.

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One of the first major tech companies out of the gate with a questionably useful product is LG.

FinFET maintained fine control of current by surrounding the channel with a gate on three sides.

A transistor is “on” when the gate allows current to flow, and it’s off when no current flows.

If women’s soccer became popular and could attract those kinds of gates, that would take away from the men’s professional team.

The Florida GOP senator stormed out of the gate Wednesday in the highest of dudgeons.

Said it was like speed dating because he was late after hitting every wrong gate on the lot.

They dumped his body at the gate of a black cemetery—his head and right arm were gone.

“We shoot at Sunset Gower Studios, and you can see the street through the gate,” he says.

In earlier centuries academies existed to decide what was art, while today we have gallerists and critics at the gate.

Yet he feared to meet her eyes, and was glad of a saluting sepoy who swaggered jauntily past the open gate.

At once the sepoys at the Kashmir Gate fired a volley at the nearest officers, of whom three fell dead.

First through the gate came a company of Korean foot-soldiers, in blue uniforms.

Bride and bridegroom, accompanied by the weeping crowd, proceeded to the castle gate.

A rough track led to the gate, and Frank knocked loudly on an iron-studded door.


On this page you'll find 56 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to gate, such as: bar, door, doorway, exit, fence, and port.

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