A girl or woman (or "bird") who waits at the gates of a famous person hoping to catch a glance of the person or get an autograph. Used mostly when referring to a member of the BEATLES's house in England. Used in the 60's a lot.
The young gatebird waited outside of Paul's home anxiously to catch a glance of her heart-throb.
作者 Katie B! 2005年9月25日

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