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gnoun [C]

(plural g)
abbreviation forgram

Gnoun

 us   /dʒi/
  • G noun (LETTER)

[C] (plural G’s, Gs, g’s or gs) (also g) the seventh ​letter of the ​Englishalphabet
  • G noun (FORCE)

physics [C] (plural G’s or Gs) a ​unit of ​measure that is ​equal to the ​force of ​gravity at the ​surface of the ​earth

Gadjective

 us   /dʒi/
  • G adjective (MOVIE)

abbreviation forgeneral Note: Used in the US for movies considered suitable for all people, including children of any age.

Gnoun [C]

abbreviation forgrand
(Definition of g from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







"g" in British English

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gnoun

uk   us   /dʒiː/
  • g noun (FORCE)

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

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  • g noun (MASS)

(also gm) written abbreviation for gram
(Definition of g from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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Gnoun [C]

uk   us   (plural Gs, or G's) informal MONEY
abbreviation for grand

gnoun

uk   us   MEASURES
written abbreviation for gram
(Definition of G from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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