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.
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Translations

gatecrash

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

[ˈgeɪtkræʃ]
vt [+ party] → s'inviter à
vientrer sans invitation
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THE serial interloper who has made a career out of gatecrashing major sporting events is no longer welcome in racing after being given an indefinite exclusion order.
Even at the count at the Ricoh he insisted on gatecrashing the victors' election speeches and even complained that he was not allowed to use the stage microphone.
Vitalii Sediuk, known for past stunts including gatecrashing the Grammys, was arrested Wednesday evening after knocking off Pitt's sunglasses at a premiere for his partner Angelina Jolie's latest film, "Maleficent."
MARK HUGHES has revealed how gatecrashing a post-match social helped the Stoke chief bury the hatchet with Arsene Wenger.
Summary: Taylor Swift has had a hard week so did she really need Olivia Munn gatecrashing her speech?!
BARRY BREMEN, a businessman whose gatecrashing stunts led him to shoot baskets before NBA All-Star games and accept an Emmy Award for best TV supporting actress, has died of cancer at the age of 64.
Nugent has netted three in his last four games to give Pompey a faint hope of gatecrashing the play-offs.
Now moves are afoot to create a bizarre new crime that would be punishable by up to a year in jail - gatecrashing a showbiz party.
They allegedly amuse themselves by systematically gatecrashing events at which free drink and food is likely to be served, such as book launches, wine-tastings and funerals.
New York, Dec.3 (ANI): The couple accused of gatecrashing a White House state dinner last week, had recently asked the British director of a television series about "blagging" for advice on tricking their way into a black tie event, it has been claimed.