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gerrymander the manipulation, or the result of the manipulation, of the boundaries of election districts so as to favor a particular political party. [2 definitions]
gerund in English, a form derived from a verb by the addition of the suffix "-ing" that functions as a noun.
gestalt in psychology, a cognitive pattern that is whole and unified and cannot be predicted or inferred from its individual elements, even when they are considered together.
Gestalt psychology a psychological theory that holds that experience is composed of gestalts and that an organism's response to a situation cannot be analyzed as a sum of its elements.
Gestapo the terrorist secret police force of Germany during the Nazi regime.
gestate to carry in the uterus following conception. [3 definitions]
gestation the time that an organism spends developing in a womb, egg, or the like before being born. [2 definitions]
gesticulate to make hand movements, esp. so as to be more emphatic or expressive while speaking. [2 definitions]
gesticulation the act or an instance of using hand movements, as to add emphasis or expressiveness to speech. [2 definitions]
gesture a movement of one's body, limbs, or face that expresses emotion or feeling or reinforces speech. [3 definitions]
gesundheit good health to you! (addressed to one who has sneezed).
get to gain; obtain; acquire. [15 definitions]
get across to make understandable; make or become clear.
get ahead to advance; succeed.
get along to survive or manage. [2 definitions]
getaway an escape, esp. from the police. [5 definitions]
get away with to do without being noticed, caught, or punished.
get away with murder (informal) to avoid punishment or detection of wrongdoing.
get a wiggle on (informal) hurry up.
get dressed to put clothes on.
get even to exact revenge; retaliate.