1 definition by StayinSkool

A "golden tate" is an unexpected, undeserved victory or reward one receives after they have already resigned themselves to defeat.
Although Marvin's job interview went horribly wrong, he was granted a golden tate, getting the job after the three other better-qualified candidates were indicted in a corruption scandal.
作者 StayinSkool 2012年9月27日

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