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abbreviation
picogram; picograms.
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Pg

or Pg.


abbreviation

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PG1

abbreviation
Trademark. parental guidance: a rating assigned to a movie by the MPA indicating that children of all ages may attend but that some material may be deemed unsuitable and that parental guidance is advised.Compare G3, NC-17, PG-13, R3.

Origin of PG

1
An American designation established in 1972

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PG2

or P.G. or p.g.


abbreviation Informal.

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pg.

abbreviation
page.

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P.G.

abbreviation
Past Grand.
paying guest.
Postgraduate.
Informal. pregnant1 (def. 1). Also p.g.
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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)

PG1

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

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PG2

abbreviation for
paying guest
postgraduate

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pg.

abbreviation for
page

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Pg.

abbreviation for
Portugal
Portuguese
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