- 1Having gates to control the movement of traffic, people, or animals: a gated roadMore example sentences
- The roads and pavements of these cul-de-sacs are quasi-private places, gated communities without gates.
- A dimension where everyone lives in climate controlled gated estates and they don't like lost midwestern lunatics.
- He claims the development plans would scoop out a lot of the woods and natural habitat for detention ponds to control flooding in a gated development of million-dollar homes.
- 1.1Denoting a residential development in which access is allowed only through a secured gate, often protected by additional security measures: a gated communityMore example sentences
- Welcome to Wavering Facades, the world's first gated and secure metrosexual community.
- Cobblestone Estates once promoted as the city's next gated communityis just over the East New York border in Lindenwood, Queens.
- Having moved to a fashionable "gated community" they invite their old neighbors to dinner.
- 2 • technical Denoting a channel or pathway through a system that can be opened and closed depending on set conditions.More example sentences
- Voltage gated potassium channels open and inactivate in response to changes of the voltage across the membrane.
- Indeed, ion channels, whether gated by ligand, voltage, or force, all possess specialized molecular sensors for detection of their stimuli.
- The serotonin type 3 receptor is a member of a superfamily of ligand gated ion channels.
More definitions of gatedDefinition of gated in:
- The US English dictionary