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kissing gate

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Definition of kissing gate in English:

noun

British
A small gate hung in a U- or V-shaped enclosure, letting one person through at a time.
Example sentences
  • The fence includes stiles, a bridle gate and kissing gates which are fully accessible to push-chairs and wheelchair users.
  • Alternatively, you can continue along the path, go through a kissing gate and a second gate on the right.
  • Leeds City Council says it has a responsibility to make all its footpaths accessible to all, but if kissing gates are a barrier - what does that mean for stiles or farm gates?

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