gatecrash


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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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