German translation of 'gate'
1. Tor nt
(= garden gate) Pforte f
(= five-barred gate) Gatter nt
(in station) Sperre f
(in airport) Flugsteig m
[of level crossing] Schranke f
(sport) (= starting gate) Startmaschine f
(= sports ground entrance) Eingang m
to open/shut the gate(s) das Tor etc öffnen/schließen
(= attendance) Zuschauerzahl f
(= entrance money) Einnahmen npl
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Groups of relatives wait anxiously outside the gates.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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'gate' in Other Languages
British English: gate /ɡeɪt/ NOUN
A gate is a structure like a door that you use to enter a field, a garden, or the area around a building.
He opened the gate and walked up to the house.
- American English: gate
- Arabic: بوَّابَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: portão
- Chinese: 大门
- Croatian: ulazna vrata
- Czech: brána
- Danish: port
- Dutch: hek
- European Spanish: puerta valla
- Finnish: portti
- French: portail
- German: Tor
- Greek: πύλη
- Italian: cancello
- Japanese: 門
- Korean: 문
- Norwegian: port
- Polish: brama
- European Portuguese: portão
- Romanian: poartă
- Russian: ворота
- Latin American Spanish: puerta
- Swedish: grind
- Thai: ประตู
- Turkish: kapı
- Ukrainian: ворота
- Vietnamese: cổng
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