Fun, funny, short-tempered, immature, wise, cheery, always smiling, obnoxious but sweet, and loud. Gates(s) is a particular boy/girl whom always seems to be smiling, and making others laugh for the fun of it. Gates is an out going person who will attempt anything and everything, no matter what it is. They're strong willed and strong minded, nothing ever brings this person down. Gates(s) hate rules, and always try to find a way to find a void in them. A Gates is also someone who will become your best friend if you get past their obnoxious, odd ways. Gates has a tough way in life, but they will do their best to see the brighter side of everything. Befriending this kind of person would be the best decision in your life, because no matter how old you are, where you'll be in life, Gates will always be the person you can rely on the most. If you already have a Gates in your life, consider yourself to be incredibly lucky!
Girl 1: Look, Nick and that Gates are jabbering away again!
Girl2: Ugh, they always seem to be the ones who make all the noise, especially that Gates.
A suffix used to denote a political scandal. Its use originated with the Watergate scandal during the Nixon administration.
Filegate and Chinagate are examples of Clinton era scandals.
A Gay date. Most commonly, a gate occurs when a single woman needs a date when attending a function like a wedding, company Christmas party, or even a school dance.
Gates, are non-threatening to the woman, and usually make great companions because there are no pre-conceived ideas of the definition of the date, make great dance partners, have good etiquette, and of course dress well.
There have been many instances when the woman becomes delusional and secretly views the gate as a real date. This is known as "trying to change the lock on the gate" and has never succeeded.
Bride to Sister: Samantha, have you found someone to bring to my wedding yet?
Samantha: Actually, yes, I have. I'm bringing my friend Bryan.
Bride: Oh, could Bryan be someone special? More than just a friend?
Samantha: No, he's just a gate. Unfortunately, he doesn't play on our team, but he looks good and is fun to hang with. Plus it will prevent the family from getting their hopes up about me being the next to walk down the aisle in a white dress.
To lick out pussy
"im gonna gate her tonight" = im going to lick her out tonight
Used as a suffix to highlight the nature of certain controversial news and current affair stories. Based on the infamous Watergate scandal.
MasterChef embroiled in SatayGate scandal
(headline from the Daily Telegraph, 9 July 2010)
A suffix added onto a word to denote a scandal involving the base word. The suffix originated from the Watergate
Complex in Washington, DC where the scandal leading to the resignation of President Nixon took place. Watergate, strangely enough, was not a scandal involving water.
Examples include Strippergate
(one of several scandals involving politicians and strippers), Nipplegate
(the wardrobe malfunction at Super Bowl XXXVIII), and Maidgate
(Meg Whitman's illegal immigrant maid).
Bill Gates: "Sup dogg."
Steve Jobs: "Not much playa, just tryin' to keep it gangsta
Bill Gates: "I think I'm going to put up a new gate at my house."
Steve Jobs: "Oooh scandalous!"
Bill Gates: "No, not really, it's just a gate, like a door in a fence."
Steve Jobs: "What kind of -gate? Are you going to hire illegal immigrants to build it? Are you going to paint 'Google is Microsoft's bitch' on it?"
Bill Gates: "No, no, just a regular old gate. Not a -gate as in a scandal."
Steve Jobs: "I can see it now: Gatesgategate! Just make sure you chiggity-check yo self before you wriggity-wreck yo self, sport
Bill Gates: "Riiight..."
meaning something expensive, flashy, worth a lot of money (i.e. Bill Gates)
Yo, that Cadillac EXT with the 20 inch rims is Gates!
staten island slang for places where drugs are sold, such as drug corners and weed spots
"runnin' up in gates, and doin' hits for high stakes"
Reakwon - C.R.E.A.M