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-gate

  

      n combining form   indicating a person or thing that has been the cause of, or is associated with, a public scandal  
     (C20: on the analogy of Watergate)  
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gate

  
  
access, barrier, door, doorway, egress, entrance, exit, gateway, opening, passage, port     (Scot.)   portal  

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