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Definition of the verb gate-crash
What does gate-crash mean as a doing word?
- enter uninvited; informal
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by Random House
cash, clash, crash, dash, flash, gash, gnash, hash, lash, mash, Nash, pash, plash, rash, sash, slash, smash, splash, thrash, trash; abash, backlash, backslash , backsplash, bone ash, calash, cold cash, eyelash, gate-crash, goulash, heat rash, ...
by Sidney L. Landau
horn in Slang barge in, butt in, crash, trespass, interlope, intrude, interrupt, encroach, infringe, insinuate oneself, gate-crash (Slang) . horny adj.
The First Dictionary For The Internet Age by Anne H. Soukhanov
gate-CraSh-er /gayt krashar/ n an attender of a party, entertainment, or sports event without an invitation or ticket —gate-crash vti gate-fold /gayt fold/ n a page in a publication that is larger than the other pages and is folded to fit gate-hOUSe ...
by Eric Partridge
gate-crash, orig. rare, hardlyin Eng, at least—antedates 1930. Ex forcing one's way through a gate to attend an outdoor sport. gate(-)lever. That restlessness which affects long-term prisoners clue to be released fairly soon: prisons': ...
by Bernard Sabiiti
To gate-crash an event. “Go away, you are fluking.” 2. To jump the queue. Origin: Possibly from the wrong understanding of the noun 'Fluke' which means an odd occurrence that happens by chance and is unlikely to be repeated Future ...
by Louisa Pansegrouw
gate at railway station barrier gateau cake gate-crash intercede, interrupt, intrude, obtrude gate-crasher infiltrator, interloper, intruder gatehouse bar, lodge gateway barway, door, entrance ...
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