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Gibson

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[ gib-suhn ]
/ ˈgɪb sən /
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noun
a dry martini cocktail garnished with a pearl onion.
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Origin of Gibson

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First recorded in 1925–30; after the surname Gibson

Other definitions for Gibson (2 of 2)

Gibson2
[ gib-suhn ]
/ ˈgɪb sən /

noun
Althea, 1927–2003, U.S. tennis player.
Charles Da·na [dey-nuh], /ˈdeɪ nə/, 1867–1944, U.S. artist and illustrator.
Josh(ua), 1911–47, U.S. baseball player.
Robert "Bob", 1935–2020, U.S. baseball pitcher.
a male given name.
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British Dictionary definitions for Gibson (1 of 2)

Gibson1
/ (ˈɡɪbsən) /

noun
mainly US a cocktail consisting of four or more parts dry gin and one part dry vermouth, iced and served with a pickled pearl onion

British Dictionary definitions for Gibson (2 of 2)

Gibson2
/ (ˈɡɪbsən) /

noun
Mel. born 1956, Australian film actor and director: his films include Mad Max (1979), Hamlet (1990), Braveheart (1996; also directed), What Women Want (2000), The Passion of the Christ (2004; director only), and Apocalypto (2006; director and co-writer)
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