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Mar·gate

 (mär′gāt′, -gət)
A seaside resort of southeast England east of London.
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Margate

(ˈmɑːɡeɪt)
n
(Placename) a town and resort in SE England, in E Kent on the Isle of Thanet. Pop: 58 465 (2001)
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Mar•gate

(ˈmɑr gɪt, -geɪt)

n.
a city in NE Kent, in SE England: seaside resort. 122,500.
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Noun1.Margate - a grunt with a red mouth that is found from Florida to Brazilmargate - a grunt with a red mouth that is found from Florida to Brazil
grunt - medium-sized tropical marine food fishes that utter grunting sounds when caught
genus Haemulon, Haemulon - type genus of the Haemulidae
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Sheepshead should be chewing all month, with some black margates and giant ringtails thrown in around the jetties.
Surf zone reefs along Hutchinson Island and, farther south, Miami-Dade County beaches, produce black margates. Their edibility ranks as passable.