Definitions for gaitgeɪt
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word gait
the rate of moving (especially walking or running)
a horse's manner of moving
a person's manner of walking
Manner of walking or stepping; bearing or carriage while moving.
Carrying a heavy suitcase, he walked with a lopsided gait.
One of the different ways in which a horse can move, either naturally or as a result of training.
To teach a specific gait to a horse.
Origin: gate, from gata (road).
a going; a walk; a march; a way
manner of walking or stepping; bearing or carriage while moving
Origin: [See Gate a way.]
GAIT is a wireless standard developed in 1999 that allows cross-operation of mobile telephone technologies. Phones compliant with the GAIT standard can operate on either contemporary GSM networks, or the legacy IS-136 TDMA and AMPS networks found extensively throughout North America. Since GAIT phones are interoperable over several types of networks, users could operate their phones in a much larger area of North America compared to phones that used only the GSM standard. The modern equivalent of a GAIT phone would be a GSM phone that also supports the CDMA IS-95 modes used in North America. Such phones are sometimes called "world phones," although this phrase is also used to describe a GSM phone that supports all four frequency bands used throughout the world.
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Manner or style of walking.
Translations for gait
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- Gang, GangartGerman
- andadura, zancadaSpanish
- askellaji, käynti, astuntaFinnish
- allure, démarcheFrench
- gluasadScottish Gaelic
- göngulag, gangtegundIcelandic
- gange, ganglagNorwegian
- porte, andar, andaduraPortuguese
- аллюр, походка, поступьRussian
- gångart, gång, gångstilSwedish
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