PG-13

[ pee-jee-thur-teen ]
/ ˈpiˈdʒiˌθɜrˈtin /

abbreviation

Trademark. parental guidance for children under 13: a rating assigned to a movie by the Motion Picture Association of America advising parents that a film contains material deemed unsuitable for children under the age of 13.

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Origin of PG-13

An American designation established in 1984

Words nearby PG-13

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