Definition of gated
1 : having or controlled by a gate a gated entrance
2 : designed to restrict entrance usually by means of physical barriers, a private security force, and a controlled gate gated communities
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Surveillance footage from her gated Miramar community shows Vilet Torrez arriving, and cell phone records show her calling Cid Torrez around the same time.
According to social media posts and eyewitnesses, Cruz visited the High Desert Museum, floated the Deschutes River and roomed at the upscale 400-acre gated community of Caldera Springs, 15 miles south of Bend.
Police inside of the gated alleyway used bins to block the body from the view of the public as residents and tourists passed by the scene in the afternoon.
Called Mia Patria, the gated estate was previously owned by film and music producer Freddy DeMann and, before him, former Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan.
Cosby's sexual assault case has sparked debate over celebrity, race, power and gender, but the brisk story laid out by prosecutors at his trial has focused mostly on what happened one night in 2004 at his gated estate in suburban Philadelphia.
After the win, the 84-year-old traded her rental unit for a five-bedroom home in a gated golf course community in Jacksonville, Tampa Bay Times reported.
Knieper Real Estate presents 5009 Wedgefield Road in gated Pecan Plantation.
Mission Chateau spans 18.4 gated acres, offering the finest country club style senior living community in Johnson County.
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Definition of gated for English Language Learners
: having a gate
: having guarded or locked gates so that only some people are allowed to enter
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