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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 person who is considered to be socially different or awkward, esp. because of being overly intellectual. [3 definitions]
geeky characteristic of or resembling a geek.
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.
gefilte fish chopped fish mixed with egg, meal, and seasoning, boiled, and served chilled, often as balls.