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  1. gate

    • IPA[ɡeɪt]

    英式

    • n.
      a hinged barrier used to close an opening in a wall, fence, or hedge;a gateway
    • v.
      confine (a pupil or student) to school or college
    • noun: gate, plural noun: gates

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a hinged barrier used to close an opening in a wall, fence, or hedge:

      she closed the front gate

      they were opening the gates of their country wide to the enemy

    • 2. a gateway:

      she went out through the gate

    • 3. an exit from an airport building to an aircraft:

      a departure gate

    • 4. a mountain pass or other natural passage:

      the Golden Gate

    • 5. the number of people who pay to enter a sports ground for an event:

      an average home gate of more than 12,000

    • 6. the money taken for admission to a sports ground for an event.
    • 7. a device resembling a gate in structure or function.
    • 8. a hinged or sliding barrier for controlling the flow of water:

      a sluice gate

    • 9. an arrangement of slots into which the gear lever of a motor vehicle moves to engage each gear.
    • 10. a device for holding each frame of a film in position behind the lens of a camera or projector.
    • 11. an electric circuit with an output which depends on the combination of several inputs:

      a logic gate

    • 12. the part of a field-effect transistor to which a signal is applied to control the resistance of the conductive channel of the device.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. confine (a pupil or student) to school or college:

      he was gated for the rest of term

    • adj. having gates to control the movement of traffic, people, or animals:

    • a gated road

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    • comb. in nouns denoting an actual or alleged scandal, especially one involving a cover-up:

    • Irangate

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    • comb. in nouns denoting an actual or alleged scandal, especially one involving a cover-up:

    • Irangate

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    • plural the gates of heaven:

    • I am getting less fond of poems about old age as I near the Pearly Gates

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    • ph. a mountain pass in the Taurus Mountains in southern Turkey. Historically, it forms part of a route that linked Anatolia with the Mediterranean coast.

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    • ph. (born 1943), US intelligence expert and cabinet member; full name Robert Michael Gates. After 26 years with the CIA, including its directorship 1991–93, he became US secretary of defense in 2006, serving under Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama.

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    • IPA[ɡāt]

    美式

    • n.
      a hinged barrier used to close an opening in a wall, fence, or hedge:
    • she closed the front gate

      they were opening the gates of their country wide to the enemy

    • v.
      confine (a student) to school or college:
    • he was gated for the rest of term

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    • IPA[ɡāt]

    美式

    • n.
      (in place names) a street:
    • Kirkgate

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    • IPA[ɡeɪt]

    英式

    • n.
      (in place names) a street:
    • Kirkgate

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  2. 知識+

    • gate是神麼意思??

      n.[C]1. 大門;柵欄門;圍牆門I'll wait for you at the gate.我在大門口等你。2. 出入口;門道;登機門Our flight is boarding...

    • right out of the gate

      right out of the gate 打從一開始 例如: Our team scored 10 points right...比賽一開始就連得10分。 He knew what to do right out of the gate. 他打從一開始,就知道要怎麼做。 2008-08-30 17:52:15 補充: 請參閱:http...

    • A cow at a new gate

      A cow at a new gate you look like a cow looking at a new gate >> a look of lost bewilderment...: huh? Jack: You look like a cow looking at a new gate. 2. Using secured credit cards to establish or rebuild ...