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Gadget
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Gadget: Mechanical device device useful for a particular job contraption, contrivance appliance, accessory
Gadgetry
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Gadgetry: Mechanical contrivances, gadgets use of gadgets
Gas
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Gas: Brussels, who died in 164] An a?riform fluid a term used at first by chemists as synonymous with air, but since restricted to fluids supposed to be permanently elas
Gasket
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Gasket: (Naut.) A line or band used to lash a furled sail securely. Sea gaskets are common lines harbor gaskets are plaited and decorated lines or bands. Called also cask
Gasoline engine
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Gasoline engine: Internal-combustion engine which runs on gasoline
Gasser
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Gasser: Well that yields natural gas (Slang) something very amusing or outstanding (particularly a joke) (Slang) arrogant person, person or something that gasses (Sports
Gearing
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Gearing: Harness. (Mach.) The parts by which motion imparted to one portion of an engine or machine is transmitted to another, considered collectively as, the valve geari
Getaway car
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Getaway car: Escape automobile, car used to escape the scene of a crime
Gimmer gimmor
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Gimmer gimmor: A piece of mechanism mechanical device or contrivance a gimcrack. [Obs.] Bp. Hall. Shak.
Gismo
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Gismo: Gadget, device, contraption mechanical device useful for a particular job something whose name is forgotten or unknown (also gizmo)
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