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gan·try / ˈgantrē/ • n. (pl. -tries) a bridgelike overhead structure with a platform supporting equipment such as a crane, railroad signals, lights, or cameras. ∎  a movable framework for supporting and servicing a rocket prior to launching.

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gantry. Stand for barrels, shelves, racks, etc., often treated with elaborate architectural enrichment and mirrors, behind a bar in a public-house.

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gantry, gauntry four-footed wooden stand for barrels XIV; platform for a travelling crane, etc. XIX. prob. f. gawn, dial. form of GALLON + TREE.

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