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- Rhymes: -æŋ
From Old English gong (“‘a journey, a way, a passage’”) and Old Norse gangr (“‘a group of men’”)
- (obsolete) A going; a course.
- A number going in company; hence, a company, or a number of persons associated for a particular purpose; a group of laborers under one foreman; a squad
- a gang of sailors; a chain gang ; a gang of thieves.
- A combination of similar implements arranged so as, by acting together, to save time or labor; a set
- a gang of saws, or of plows.
- A set; all required for an outfit
- a new gang of stays.
- The mineral substance which incloses a vein; a matrix; a gangue.
- (Electrical components) The number of switches wired into one face plate.
- (electrical components) A group of wires attached as a collection;
- a gang of wires.
- Do a drop for the telephone gang, then another drop for the internet gang, both through the ceiling of the wiring closet.
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- Vietnamese: đoàn, tốp, toán, kíp, bọn, lũ, bộ
Part or all of this page has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster’s Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
Third person singular
to Gang (third-person singular simple present -, present participle -, simple past and past participle -)
- (intransitive) To band together as a group or gang.
- "Lets's gang up on them."
Gang (second-person singular simple present gangst)
- Eye-dialect spelling of gan.
From Dutch gang
- A passageway, alley
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contraction of the root of gaan 'to go' (cognate with English gang) + -ing
Gang m. (plural gangen, diminutive gangetje, diminutive plural gangetjes)
Gang m. (plural Gangs)
- gang, group of ill-doers
From Dutch gang (“‘passageway, alley’”)
- Alleyway, alley, narrow street. A narrow pathway bound by walls on both sides.
- gang buntu — dead-end alley
- An organized crime group.
- A group of people with distinct identity, such as high school mates. See also geng.
- To form a gang group.
- Nonstandard spelling of gāng.
- Nonstandard spelling of gǎng.
- Nonstandard spelling of gàng.
English transcriptions of Chinese speech often fail to distinguish between the critical tonal differences employed in the Chinese language, using words such as this one without the appropriate indication of tone.
- hall, hallway
- Sett fra deg skoene i gangen – Leave your shoes in the hallway
- passage, corridor
- I enden av den lange gangen er klasserommet – The class room is at the end of the long corridor
- walk, path
- walk, walking, going
- walk, gait
- Gangen hans er litt merkelig – His gait is a bit weird
- working, running, action, movement, motion, operation
- course; passage
- Livets gang – Course of life
- course; march
- Vi vant fem ganger på rad! – We won five times in a row!
- plot, action
- Historiens gang var litt komplisert – The history's plot was a little complicated
- Template:Mining dike, lode
- (anatomy) duct
- [[w:Template:Sco phonology|IPA]]: /gɑŋ/
- To go.
- And I will love thee still, my dear
- Till a’ the seas gang dry. - Robert Burns - A Red, Red, Rose
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