a movable frame, often with bars across it, which closes an opening in a fences, wall, etc., and provides a way of entering or leaving a usually outdoor place
an entrance or way out, especially in an airport
the money paid by these people; the number of people who go in to see a sports even, especially a football match
"The house was gated"
I made a square wall..with a great gate, for the bringing in of my cariages.
出自： B. Googe
Brutus and Cassius Are rid like madmen through the gates of Rome.
出自：Julius Caesar , Shakespeare
He was..gated for a fortnight for disobedience and contumacy.
出自： G. Saintsbury