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Watergate is the Watergate scandal, a 1972 break-in at the Watergate Hotel by members of President Richard Nixon's administration and the resulting cover-up.
Watergate may also refer to:
- Watergate, a gate opening onto water, or only or mainly accessible by water
- Traitors' Gate, an entrance to the Tower of London accessible by boat
- York Watergate or Buckingham Watergate, names for the York House Watergate, London
- Watergate complex, an office-apartment-hotel complex built in 1967 in Washington, D.C. near a watergate onto the Potomac river
- Watergate, Chester, Cheshire
- Watergate, Cornwall
- Watergate Bay, Cornwall
- Watergate Beach, Cornwall
- Watergate Halt railway station, a defunct station in Devon
- Watergate (album), by American hip hop group Thirsty Fish
- "Watergate" (Stargate SG-1), an episode from Season 4
- Watergate salad, a dish made with pistachio pudding and whipped cream
- Watergate, a 1994 Emmy award winning documentary by Mick Gold
- Watergate, a 2012 novel by Thomas Mallon.
- Watergate tapes, also known as the Nixon tapes, a collection of conversations between U.S. President Richard Nixon and various White House staff members
- Watergate burglaries, which took place between May and June 1972, resulting in the Watergate scandal
- List of scandals with "-gate" suffix
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