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sg

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  1. Grammar. singular.
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Sg

Symbol, Chemistry, Physics.
  1. seaborgium.
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SG

  1. senior grade.
  2. Secretary General.
  3. Solicitor General.
  4. Surgeon General.
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s.g.

  1. Physics. specific gravity.
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Examples from the Web for sg

Historical Examples

  • This 'meed' is singular and plural, but the singular is more commonly meedl, SG.

    Pennsylvania Dutch

    S. S. Haldeman

  • "If the admiral belonged to this family, doubtless Jewish," says Sg.

  • Sicher, sg' ich dir, as Alles is' dein, Alles in Himmel gehr' zu dir!

  • While one spark passes at SG, an intermittent current passes through the receiver in one direction.

    Physics

    Willis Eugene Tower

  • The secondary charges a condenser until its potential becomes high enough to produce a discharge across a spark gap, SG.

    Physics

    Willis Eugene Tower


British Dictionary definitions for sg

sg1

abbreviation for
  1. specific gravity
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sg2

the internet domain name for
  1. Singapore
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SG

abbreviation for
  1. (in transformational grammar) singular
  2. solicitor general
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sg in Medicine

sg

abbr.
  1. specific gravity
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sg in Science

Sg

  1. The symbol for seaborgium.
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seaborgium

[sē-bôrgē-əm]
Sg
  1. A synthetic, radioactive element that is produced by bombarding californium with oxygen ions or bombarding lead with chromium ions. Its most long-lived isotopes have mass numbers 259, 261, 263, 265, and 266 with half-lives of 0.9, 0.23, 0.8, 16, and 20 seconds, respectively. Atomic number 106. See Periodic Table.
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