gate-crash gate-crash

Definition(s):

  • (v) enter uninvited; informal

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. While the company seeks to redefine the low end of the market, Tata Motors is struggling with its attempt to gate-crash the luxury-car segment.
  2. I decided to warm up for my attempted gate-crash of the Texas ball by testing my theory that anyone with a half-filled wine glass can wander into any party.
  3. It tells how members of a backwoods family at last achieve their dearest ambitionto gate-crash high society in Cuna-Cuna City.

News

  1. Deportations to leave aftershocks

    This week, there was a massive attempt to gate-crash on the U.S.-Mexico border, part of the "Bring Them Home" campaign. A better name for it would be "Operation Return to Sender."
    on March 13, 2014     Source: CNN

  2. Deportations will leave aftershocks for years

    This week, there was a massive attempt to gate-crash on the U.S.-Mexico border, part of the "Bring Them Home" campaign. A better name for it would be "Operation Return to Sender."
    on March 13, 2014     Source: CNN

Quotes

  • "The Court of Appeal did not overturn the decision of the High Court that Zambry is the unlawful MB. He (Zambry) has no right to gate-crash the state scretariat building to reoccupy the MB's post. Zambry has put Perak into a constitutional limbo...
    on May 14, 2009 By: Lim Kit Siang Source: Malaysia Today

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