gate-crash


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gate-crash

vb
to gain entry to (a party, concert, etc) without invitation or payment
ˈgate-ˌcrasher n

gate-crash


Past participle: gate-crashed
Gerund: gate-crashing

Imperative
gate-crash
gate-crash
Present
I gate-crash
you gate-crash
he/she/it gate-crashes
we gate-crash
you gate-crash
they gate-crash
Preterite
I gate-crashed
you gate-crashed
he/she/it gate-crashed
we gate-crashed
you gate-crashed
they gate-crashed
Present Continuous
I am gate-crashing
you are gate-crashing
he/she/it is gate-crashing
we are gate-crashing
you are gate-crashing
they are gate-crashing
Present Perfect
I have gate-crashed
you have gate-crashed
he/she/it has gate-crashed
we have gate-crashed
you have gate-crashed
they have gate-crashed
Past Continuous
I was gate-crashing
you were gate-crashing
he/she/it was gate-crashing
we were gate-crashing
you were gate-crashing
they were gate-crashing
Past Perfect
I had gate-crashed
you had gate-crashed
he/she/it had gate-crashed
we had gate-crashed
you had gate-crashed
they had gate-crashed
Future
I will gate-crash
you will gate-crash
he/she/it will gate-crash
we will gate-crash
you will gate-crash
they will gate-crash
Future Perfect
I will have gate-crashed
you will have gate-crashed
he/she/it will have gate-crashed
we will have gate-crashed
you will have gate-crashed
they will have gate-crashed
Future Continuous
I will be gate-crashing
you will be gate-crashing
he/she/it will be gate-crashing
we will be gate-crashing
you will be gate-crashing
they will be gate-crashing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been gate-crashing
you have been gate-crashing
he/she/it has been gate-crashing
we have been gate-crashing
you have been gate-crashing
they have been gate-crashing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been gate-crashing
you will have been gate-crashing
he/she/it will have been gate-crashing
we will have been gate-crashing
you will have been gate-crashing
they will have been gate-crashing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been gate-crashing
you had been gate-crashing
he/she/it had been gate-crashing
we had been gate-crashing
you had been gate-crashing
they had been gate-crashing
Conditional
I would gate-crash
you would gate-crash
he/she/it would gate-crash
we would gate-crash
you would gate-crash
they would gate-crash
Past Conditional
I would have gate-crashed
you would have gate-crashed
he/she/it would have gate-crashed
we would have gate-crashed
you would have gate-crashed
they would have gate-crashed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.gate-crash - enter uninvitedgate-crash - enter uninvited; informal; "let's crash the party!"
intrude, irrupt - enter uninvited; "They intruded on our dinner party"; "She irrupted into our sitting room"
Translations

gate-crash

[ˈgeɪtˌkræʃ] vt (fam) (party) → intrufolarsi in, imbucarsi in; (enter without paying) → fare il portoghese

gate

(geit) noun
(a metal, wooden etc doorlike object which closes) the opening in a wall, fence etc through which people etc pass. I'll meet you at the park gate(s).
ˈgate-crash verb
to enter or go to (a party, meeting etc) without being invited or without paying.
ˈgate-crasher noun
ˈgate-post noun
a post to which a gate is fixed.
ˈgateway noun
an opening or entrance into a city etc, which contains a gate.
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Rogers' decision to break with tradition and not station social office staff members at entrance gates for the November banquet for Manmohan Singh was sharply criticised by members of Congress after Tareq and Michaele Salahi, a pair of aspiring reality television stars, managed to gate-crash at the high profile gala.