Significado de “gang” - en el Diccionario Inglés

gang en inglés británico

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gangnoun [ C, + sing/pl verb ]

uk /ɡæŋ/ us /ɡæŋ/

B2 a group of young people, especially young men, who spend time together, often fighting with other groups and behaving badly:

Fights among rival gangs account for most murders in the city.

B2 a group of criminals who work together:

a gang of armed robbers

C2 informal a group of friends:

I've made friends at my new school, but I miss the old gang.
I went out with the usual gang from college on Friday night.

a group of workers or prisoners who work together:

a gang of labourers

Más ejemplos

  • The gang drove off, with the police in hot pursuit.
  • He is believed to have been shot by a rival gang in revenge for the shootings last week.
  • The gang admitted they had committed four recent bank robberies.
  • The police demanded that the gang surrender their weapons.
  • A gang of schoolchildren were waiting outside the shop.

(Definición de gang del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

gang en inglés americano

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gangnoun [ C ]

us /ɡæŋ/

gang noun [ C ] (CRIMINALS)

a group of criminals or of people, esp. young men and women, who spend time together and cause trouble:

gang noun [ C ] (GROUP)

a group of people who are friendly with each other or are involved in the same activity:

I went out with the usual gang on Friday night – all my friends from college.

(Definición de gang del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)