gate

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Pronunciation[change]

  • (file)

Noun[change]

Singular
gate

Plural
gates

A gate
  1. A gate is like a door in a fence. It opens to let people go through the fence.
    Please open the gate for me; my hands are full.


A logic gate
  1. In computers and logic, a gate is something that gives a simple yes-or-no answer from two (or one, or more than two) yes-or-no things coming into it.
    We need one more "and"-gate here so that it will give the finished answer.