1. gigaton; gigatons.
  2. Also called GT car, grand touring car, grand touring. Automotive.
    1. an automobile in the style of a coupe, usually seating two but occasionally four, and designed for comfort and high speed.
    2. a high-speed, two-door model of a four-door sedan.


  1. gilt.
  2. great.
  3. (in prescriptions) a drop.

Origin of gt.

(def 3) < Latin gutta Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018

Examples from the Web for gt

Historical Examples of gt

  • It appeared so likely to be a wet evening that I went up to the Gt.

    Jane Austen, Her Life and Letters

    William Austen-Leigh and Richard Arthur Austen-Leigh

  • Hit gelamp t sumum sle t a deofolgyldan e a gt ungeleaffulle wǽron, gecwdon t hi woldon one apostol to heora henscipe geneadian.

  • Combinations like gt, kd, &c., may be called incompatible combinations.

    The English Language

    Robert Gordon Latham

  • Cf. Bhagavad Gt: "Better one's own dharma, however ill-performed, than others' dharma, well-performed tho' it be."

    The Buddha's Path of Virtue

    Frank Lee Woodward

  • Zircon held a hand to his head in a sign of chagrin that he had forgotten, then he wrote, "Hw we gt clos?"

    The Wailing Octopus

    Harold Leland Goodwin

British Dictionary definitions for gt


the internet domain name for
  1. Guatemala


abbreviation for
  1. gran turismo: a high-performance luxury sports car with a hard fixed roof, designed for covering long distances
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gt in Medicine


  1. gutta
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