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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