gateway, entrance, portal, ingress, passage, way, port, turnstile, revolving door, means of access, issue, wicket, portcullis, lich gate (British), barrier, bar, weir; see also door 1, entrance 2.
be dismissed, be rejected, be asked to leave, be thrown out, be fired, get the boot*; see also get it 2.
dismiss, reject, force out; see dismiss 1, 2, oust.
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The amount of money collected as admission, especially to a sporting event:
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