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Meanings of Girns:

verb

Pull a grotesque face.

Usage examples:

Some people gurn and grimace and pull strange faces whenever a camera is waved near them, as if bei…

Giro

ˈdʒʌɪrəʊ

Meanings of Giro:

noun

A system of electronic credit transfer used in europe and japan, involving banks, post offices, and public utilities.

Usage examples:

Bank deposits transferred by means of giro

Meanings of Gironde:

proper noun

A river estuary in south-western france, formed at the junction of the garonne and dordogne rivers, north of bordeaux, and flowing north-west for 72 km (45 miles) into the bay of biscay.

Girondist

dʒɪˈrɒndɪst

Meanings of Girondist:

noun

A member of the french moderate republican party in power during the revolution 1791–3, so called because the party leaders were the deputies from the department of the gironde.

Usage examples:

What made a girondin was revolutionary intransigence: an attitude of mind that was not prepared to …

Meanings of Giros:

noun

A system of electronic credit transfer used in europe and japan, involving banks, post offices, and public utilities.

Usage examples:

Bank deposits transferred by means of giro

Girt

ɡəːd

Meanings of Girt:

verb

Past participle of gird1.

noun

Old-fashioned term for girth.

Girth

ɡɜːθ

Meanings of Girth:

noun

The measurement around the middle of something, especially a person's waist.

Usage examples:

Idle men of great girth
verb

Surround; encircle.

Usage examples:

The four seas that girth britain

Girthed

ɡəːθ

Meanings of Girthed:

verb

Surround; encircle.

Usage examples:

The four seas that girth britain
noun

The measurement around the middle of something, especially a person's waist.

Usage examples:

Idle men of great girth

Meanings of Girthing:

verb

Surround; encircle.

Usage examples:

The four seas that girth britain
noun

The measurement around the middle of something, especially a person's waist.

Usage examples:

Idle men of great girth

Meanings of Girths:

noun

The measurement around the middle of something, especially a person's waist.

Usage examples:

Idle men of great girth
verb

Surround; encircle.

Usage examples:

The four seas that girth britain

Girts

ɡəːt

Meanings of Girts:

noun

Old-fashioned term for girth.

Gis

dʒiːˈʌɪ

Meanings of Gis:

abbreviation

Geographic information system, a system for storing and manipulating geographical information on computer.

noun

The loose white jacket worn in judo.

Meanings of Gismo:

noun

A gadget, especially one whose name the speaker does not know or cannot recall.

Usage examples:

The latest multimedia gizmo

Meanings of Gismos:

noun

A gadget, especially one whose name the speaker does not know or cannot recall.

Usage examples:

The latest multimedia gizmo

Gists

dʒɪst

Meanings of Gists:

noun

The substance or general meaning of a speech or text.

Usage examples:

It was hard to get the gist of pedro's talk
verb

Engage in chat or gossip.

Usage examples:

I need a good friend i can always gist with

Meanings of Git:

noun

An unpleasant or contemptible person.

Usage examples:

That mean old git

Gitana

dʒɪˈtɑːnə

Meanings of Gitana:

noun

A romani woman or girl from spain; a female spanish gypsy.

Usage examples:

Don diego knew by a glance at the dress and manner of the stranger, that she was a gitana.

Meanings of Gitano:

noun

A romani man or boy from spain; a male spanish gypsy.

Usage examples:

The gitano gave me a good lunch, of which i ate and drank sparingly.

Gitanos

dʒɪˈtɑːnəʊ

Meanings of Gitanos:

noun

A romani man or boy from spain; a male spanish gypsy.

Usage examples:

The gitano gave me a good lunch, of which i ate and drank sparingly.

Gite

ʒiːt

Meanings of Gite:

noun

A furnished holiday house in france, typically in a rural district.

Usage examples:

The most you will get for a gîte is £600 in high season, £300 in the low.

Meanings of Gitksan:

noun

A member of a north american indian people inhabiting north-western british columbia, canada.

adjective

Of or relating to the gitksan or their language.

Gittern

ˈɡɪtəːn

Meanings of Gittern:

noun

A lute-like medieval stringed instrument, forerunner of the guitar.

Usage examples:

A gittern, most musicologists have come to agree, was the earliest form of what we know today as a …

Meanings of Gitterns:

noun

A lute-like medieval stringed instrument, forerunner of the guitar.

Usage examples:

A gittern, most musicologists have come to agree, was the earliest form of what we know today as a …

Meanings of Give a hoot:

idiom

Show no concern or interest; always used in the negative

phrase

Not care at all.

Usage examples:

She doesn't give a hoot what people think of her

Give and take

ˌɡɪv ən ˈteɪk

Meanings of Give and take:

noun

A free exchange of ideas or opinions

Usage examples:

We were simply told what to do – there wasn’t any give-and-take., any successful negotiation involv…
verb

Make concessions and compromises.

Usage examples:

Children learn how to give and take from such experiences

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