[gang-glee] /ˈgæŋ gli/
adjective, ganglier, gangliest.
1872, American English alteration of gangling.
/ˈɡæŋˌneɪl/ noun 1. trademark a particular arrangement of nails on a metal plate, used as a connecting piece in strong timber joints
noun 1. a group of four radical members of the Chinese Communist Party who were leaders of the Cultural Revolution and who were purged and imprisoned after the death of Mao Zedong: Jiang Qing (widow of Mao), Wang Hongwen, Yao Wenyuan, and Zhang Chunqiao. noun 1. the Gang of Four, a radical faction within the […]
[gang-plangk] /ˈgæŋˌplæŋk/ noun 1. a flat or small, movable, bridgelike structure for use by persons boarding or leaving a ship at a pier. /ˈɡæŋˌplæŋk/ noun 1. (nautical) a portable bridge for boarding and leaving a vessel at dockside n. 1846, American English, from gang + plank. Replacing earlier gang-board.
- Gang plough
noun 1. a plough having two or more shares, coulters, and mouldboards designed to work simultaneously