pg


picogram; picograms.

Definition for pg (2 of 6)

PG


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

Definition for pg (3 of 6)

PG

or P.G. or p.g.


Informal.

Definition for pg (4 of 6)

Definition for pg (5 of 6)

Definition for pg (6 of 6)

P.G.


Past Grand.
paying guest.
Also p.g. Informal. pregnant1(def 1).
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Examples from the Web for pg

British Dictionary definitions for pg (1 of 5)

pg


the internet domain name for

Papua New Guinea

British Dictionary definitions for pg (2 of 5)

PG

1

symbol for

a film certified for viewing by anyone, but which contains scenes that may be unsuitable for children, for whom parental guidance is necessary

Word Origin for PG

C20: from abbreviation of parental guidance

British Dictionary definitions for pg (3 of 5)

PG

2

abbreviation for

paying guest
postgraduate

British Dictionary definitions for pg (4 of 5)

pg.


abbreviation for

page

British Dictionary definitions for pg (5 of 5)

Pg.


abbreviation for

Portugal
Portuguese
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Medicine definitions for pg

pg


abbr.

picogram
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