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Definition of gate

gate

noun

  • a prison; the prison gates; or release from prison (usually used as, "the gate")

    Last edited on Mar 23 2016. Submitted by Chuck S. on Mar 23 2016.

  • any place esp. in the streets where drug dealers deal or drugs sold.

    Last edited on Mar 23 2016. Submitted by Chuck S. on Mar 23 2016.

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Definitions include: suffix applied to a word to name a scandal.
Definitions include: a more thorough inspection of some passengers flying in the United States, prior to entering the gate area.
Definitions include: a person's home.
Definitions include: to end a relationship with someone suddenly.
Definitions include: a time period that is close to a prisoner's release date.

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