noun, plural G's or Gs, g's or gs.
plural Gs or G's.
Related Words for gspenitentiary, lockup, confinement, jail, dungeon, cooler, keep, pen, can, stockade, reformatory, clink, slammer, G, guardhouse, bastille, statesville
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Contemporary Examples of gs
In 2012, FIS announced a new requirement increasing the minimum turn radius of GS skis by eight meters.
While Ligety missed the 2009 GS title, Miller won his second World Cup overall that year.
Speeds range from 30 to 90 mph, creating jet- fighter like forces of 5-8 Gs.Skiing Prodigy Mikaela Shiffrin Looks Ahead to Sochi
December 1, 2013
She went from dominatrix to dowager, swapping her D & Gs for sensible brogues, her sexy leather and lace for tweeds and twin sets.Why Madge Got Bored
October 15, 2008
Historical Examples of gs
In Bs portrait of himself a portrait of G. hangs on the wall, and in Gs.The Letters of a Post-Impressionist
Vincent Van Gogh
It's strong enough to tow this whole cargo at a couple of Gs.Atom Drive
Charles Louis Fontenay
He pronounced the word as spelled with two gs; but I prefer to retain the good English.
The grammarians say that the character axis a monogram representing cs or gs.
Quintilian remarks that x is not an indispensable letter in Latin, implying that cs and gs could take its place.
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noun plural g's, G's or Gs
- a note having a frequency of 392 hertz (G above middle C) or this value multiplied or divided by any power of 2; the fifth note of the scale of C major
- a key, string, or pipe producing this note
- the major or minor key having this note as its tonic
- general exhibition (used to describe a category of film certified as suitable for viewing by anyone)
- (as modifier)a G film
for history of the letter's development, see C. As a movie rating in the U.S., 1966, standing for general. Standing for gravity in physics since 1785.