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gate·crash·er

 (gāt′krăsh′ər)
n. Slang
One who gains admittance, as to a party or concert, without being invited or without paying.

gate′crash′ v.
Translations

gatecrash

[ˈgeɪtkræʃ]
A. VT [+ party] → colarse en
B. VIcolarse (de gorra)

gatecrash

[ˈgeɪtkræʃ]
vt [+ party] → s'inviter à
vientrer sans invitation
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The Ultimate Guide To Gatecrashing by Nicholas Allen will be published by Ebury Press on Thursday.
GATECRASHING Phil's wedding - the first bit on Friday night, that is - was hugely entertaining and informative
Gatecrashing a hedonistic world of pill-popping eccentrics and mad-for-it DJs, Carl and Sunny become unwitting pawns in a deadly game of blackmail and deceit.
Summary: The mystery woman dressed in red and blue who angered Indian officials after gatecrashing the country's Olympics parade was a cast member.
HARRY REDKNAPP has hailed his January signings Jermain Defoe, Lassana Diarra and Milan Baros - and admits Portsmouth are now in with a real chance of gatecrashing the Premier League's top four.
AARON Barschak was not the only comedian at Windsor during that infamous gatecrashing.
PEOPLE thinking about gatecrashing this year's Glastonbury festival should stay away or risk killing it off forever, organiser Michael Eavis warned.
SHANE may have spent a fortune on a massive security operation - but that didn't stop the Irish Daily Mirror gatecrashing the big bash.
FREELOADING: There is a subtle art to gatecrashing a party as Peter Sellers discovered in the film The Party (above) and is explained in Nicholas Allan's book on the subject (below)
Amiably gatecrashing the suburban scene, the new building - or, more accurately, agglomeration - has a perplexing formal and material indeterminacy.
DONCASTER'S slim hopes of gatecrashing the top six were finally extinguished by Danish striker Poul Hubertz.