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A gate is an opening in a wall or fence fitted with a moveable barrier allowing it to be closed.
Gate or GATE may also refer to:
- Gate (transistor), terminal of a field effect transistor
- Logic gate, a functional building block in digital logic such as "and", "or", or "not"
- Noise gate, a high-quality audio squelch control for reducing noise
- Range gate, the area encompassed by one pixel of radar data
- Gate valve, a valve that opens by lifting a wedge out of the path of the fluid
- Gate (engineering) a movable structure used to control the flow of fluid in a pipe or channel
- Gate (water transport), the watertight door that seals off a chamber of a lock
- Gate, a sprue molding channel which carries molten metal into a mold
- Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering, an entrance examination for admission to postgraduate courses in India
Media and entertainment
- Gate (solitaire), a solitaire card game
- Gåte, a Norwegian band
- GATE, a fictional company Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell works for in season 4 of the TV series Prison Break
- Gate: Jieitai Kanochi nite, Kaku Tatakaeri, novel series by Takumi Yanai
- Gay Alliance Toward Equality, one of the first Canadian gay liberation groups
- Grupo de Ações Táticas Especiais (Portuguese for "Special Tactical Actions Group"), a Brazilian police special forces squad
- Gate Petroleum, a U.S. gas station franchise founded in Jacksonville, Florida
- Gate Studios, a British film studio in operation from 1928 to the early 1950s
Science and technology
- Gate (cytometry), a set of limits for data from a cytometer
- GARP Atlantic Tropical Experiment, a 1974 study under the Global Atmospheric Research Programme
- General Architecture for Text Engineering, a human language processing system
- Film gate, the opening in the front of a motion picture camera
- Gate (airport), a specified location for boarding or leaving an aircraft in an airport
- Gifted education, or gifted and talented education
- Gate, a rowing term for the hinged bar that prevents the oar from coming out
- Grammy, Academy, Tony, and Emmy Awards; see List of people who have won Academy, Emmy, Grammy, and Tony Awards
- Floodgate, an adjustable gate used to control water flow in flood barriers, lake, river, stream, or levee systems
- All pages beginning with "gate"
- All pages with titles containing "gate"
- "-gate", common suffix for a public scandal
- -gate, a part of a city in England near the historic location of a gate in the city walls, such as Moorgate in London
- -gate, certain street names in northern England, for example Micklegate in York
- Gates (disambiguation)
- The Gate (disambiguation)
- Gating (disambiguation)
- Báb, which means "Gate" and is the title taken by the founder of Bábism
- Gait, pattern of movement of limbs
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