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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgatewaygate‧way /ˈɡeɪt-weɪ/ ●○○ noun  1 [countable]DH the opening in a fence, wall etc that can be closed by a gate2 gateway to something3 TD[countable] a way of connecting two computer networks
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gatewayAeromanager features a gateway to Enginedatacenter.com, a new data systems and solutions service.Screening routers and application gateway firewalls are frequently used in combination when security concerns are very high.Tables are installed at gateways and usually comprise distinctive paving materials.London's Heathrow Airport is the dominant gateway in Europe.Prices for the enhanced gateways begin at £1,750, but there is no word yet on upgrade prices for existing users.The Chamber of Commerce billed the village as the gateway to the Catskills.No complete buildings are intact, but there are extensive remains in walling, gateways, arches and in tombs.You want me to be your gateway to another world?