Definitions, Meanings, Synonyms, Examples and Famous Quotes of turnstile in English
UK /ˈtɜːn.staɪl /
US /ˈtɝːn.staɪl /
A mechanical gate consisting of revolving horizontal arms fixed to a vertical post, allowing only one person at a time to pass through.
A device that controls the way into or out of a building, room, or area of land, especially one that you have to pay to enter. It is a post with a number of short poles sticking out from it that have to be pushed round as each person walks through the entrance
"The number of spectators going through the turnstiles is up from last season."
A gate consisting of a post that acts as a pivot for rotating arms; set in a passageway for controlling the persons entering
Type of (1)
We’ve had 600,000 admissions through the turnstiles.
It is not merely the amount taken at the turnstiles.
More than 18 million visitors have poured through Disneyland’s turnstiles.
There could be separate turnstiles, children's enclosures and family enclosures.
The fact was that they had to pass through turnstiles.
Quotes and Sayings about "turnstile"
"Each of the seven chakras references different dimensional planes. It is a turnstile that leads us into different dimensions. As the kundalini rises, the knowledge and powers of those dimensions will begin to come to you."