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g

noun uk   /dʒiː/ us  

g noun (FORCE)

[C] (plural g) specialized physics a unit of measurement of the acceleration (= rate of change of speed) of an object caused by gravity

g noun (MASS)

(also gm) written abbreviation for gram
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