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Another word for gate

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Noun
  1. The amount of money collected as admission, especially to a sporting event

      1. To grasp or grip:
      2. To capture physically; seize:
      3. To seize with authority or legal right:
      1. A booth, as in a theater or stadium, where tickets are sold.
      2. The drawing power of a theatrical entertainment or of a performer; popular appeal.
      3. A factor influencing this power:
    See also:

    money

Another word for gate

Noun
      1. A fence or wattle placed in a stream to catch or retain fish.
      2. A dam placed across a river or canal to raise or divert the water, as for a millrace, or to regulate or measure the flow.
      1. A relatively long, straight, rigid piece of solid material used as a fastener, support, barrier, or structural or mechanical member.
      2. A solid oblong block of a substance or combination of ingredients, such as soap or candy.
      3. Any of various flat baked confections that are typically dense and harder than cakes and served cut into rectangular pieces.
      1. A material formation or structure, such as a mountain range or wall, that prevents passage or access.
      2. Something immaterial that obstructs or impedes:
      3. A membrane, tissue, or mechanism that blocks the passage of certain substances.
      1. A grating of iron or wooden bars or slats, suspended in the gateway of a fortified place and lowered to block passage.
      1. A small door or gate, especially one built into or near a larger one.
      2. A small window or opening, often fitted with glass or a grating.
      3. A sluice gate for regulating the amount of water in a millrace or canal or for emptying a lock.
      1. A point or matter of discussion, debate, or dispute:
      2. A matter of public concern:
      3. A misgiving, objection, or complaint:
      1. A door, especially at the entrance of a building, typically made of three or four rigid upright sections joined at right angles and rotating about a central upright pivot.
      2. A recurring pattern of events or problems:
      3. A situation in which people remain or work only a short time before going elsewhere.
      1. A mechanical device used to limit the passage of individuals moving from one public area to another to one at a time, consisting of a vertical post or frame with several bars that project from it and revolve at the same point, with the bar in the highest position being parallel to the floor.
      2. A similar structure that permits the passage of an individual once a charge has been paid or that counts the number of individuals passing through.
      1. A place on a waterway with facilities for loading and unloading ships.
      2. A city or town on a waterway with such facilities.
      3. The waterfront district of a city.
      1. A road, path, or highway affording passage from one place to another.
      2. An opening affording passage:
      3. Space to proceed:
      1. Movement from one place to another:
      2. The process of elapsing:
      3. The process of changing from one condition or stage to another; transition:
      1. A going in or entering.
      2. Right or permission to enter.
      3. A means or place of entering.
      1. A doorway, entrance, or gate, especially one that is large and imposing.
      2. An entrance or a means of entrance:
      3. The portal vein.
      1. The act or an instance of entering.
      2. A means or point by which to enter.
      3. Permission or power to enter; admission:
      1. An opening or a structure framing an opening, such as an arch, that may be closed by a gate.
      2. Something that serves as an entrance or a means of access:
      3. Software or hardware that enables communication between computer networks that use different communications protocols.