- picogram; picograms.
- parental guidance: a rating assigned to a motion picture by the Motion Picture Association of America indicating that children of all ages may attend but that some material may be deemed unsuitable and that parental guidance is advised.
Origin of PG
An Americanism dating back to 1965–70
or P.G.or p.g.
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Examples from the Web for pg
PG has been used in more than 4,000 food, beverage, pharmaceutical and cosmetic products for more than 50 years.Europeans Recall Fireball Whiskey Over a Sweetener Also Used in Antifreeze
October 28, 2014
Or do you give them the PG version that will stop any subsequent questions?Whitey Bulger and the FBI Whitewash
November 15, 2013
Since 2008, WWE has been rebranding itself as PG and family-friendly, and Linda defends WWE as “scripted entertainment.”Ex-WWE CEO Linda McMahon Ready to Battle in Connecticut Senate Debate
October 6, 2012
The two packed on the PDA (the PG version) throughout the night, hugging and kissing briefly while seated next to each other.Teen Choice’s Best Moments
August 8, 2011
“We want to in some ways make a PG version of Bridesmaids—but the website,” said McAleer.OMG! Women's Sites Need to Grow Up
June 8, 2011
It is a damned thing for a man to have his all hanging by a Pg.
One of the most beneficent forward steps that our time can boast of is the Pg.
The partners continued working in the right direction and Pg.
For there is a poetic as well as a commonplace side to business; Pg.
At first he was able to carry out all his orders himself; now he had as Pg.
- Papua New Guinea
- a film certified for viewing by anyone, but which contains scenes that may be unsuitable for children, for whom parental guidance is necessary
C20: from abbreviation of parental guidance
- paying guest
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