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Gd symbol of the chemical element gadolinium.
GDR abbreviation of "German Democratic Republic," a European country, formerly also known as East Germany, located between West Germany and Poland, and in 1990 reunited with West Germany.
Ge symbol of the chemical element germanium.
gear a mechanical part that transmits, and may change, motion from another part by means of interlocking teeth on the two moving parts. [8 definitions]
gearbox the gears and housing that constitute a transmission, esp. of a motor vehicle.
gearing a system or assemblage of gears for transmitting motion. [2 definitions]
gearless combined form of gear.
gear lever (chiefly British) a lever used to change the arrangement of gears, esp. in an automobile transmission; gearshift.
gear ratio the relationship between the speeds of two gears.
gearshift a lever used to change the arrangement of gears, esp. in an automobile transmission.
gear stick (chiefly British) a lever used to change the arrangement of gears, esp. in an automobile transmission; gearshift.
gear up to make preparations; get ready for.
gearwheel a wheel with a toothed edge in a system of gears; cogwheel.
gecko any of various small, soft-skinned, insect-eating lizards that have a short body, large head, and suction pads on the feet and are found in tropical and subtropical regions.
GED abbreviation of "general equivalency diploma."
gee1 turn right! (used in directing a horse or work animal). (Cf. haw3.) [2 definitions]
gee2 used as a mild exclamation of wonder or surprise.
geek a performer in a carnival or the like who does grotesque acts, such as biting the heads off live chickens or snakes. [2 definitions]
geese pl. of goose.
gee up go faster! (used in directing a horse or work animal).
gee whiz used to express surprise, objection, or the like.