[gan-truh-sin] /ˈgæn trə sɪn/
a brand of .
[gan-tree] /ˈgæn tri/ noun, plural gantries. 1. a framework spanning a railroad track or tracks for displaying signals. 2. any of various spanning frameworks, as a bridgelike portion of certain cranes. 3. Rocketry. a frame consisting of scaffolds on various levels used to erect vertically launched rockets and spacecraft. 4. a framelike stand for supporting […]
[gant] /gænt/ noun 1. a chart depicting progress in relation to time of projects, tasks, schedules, etc. /ɡænt/ noun 1. a chart showing, in horizontal lines, activity planned to take place during specified periods, which are indicated in vertical bands
[guh-nim-i-duh] /gəˈnɪm ɪ də/ noun, Classical Mythology. 1. .
[gan-uh-meed] /ˈgæn əˌmid/ noun 1. Also, Ganymedes [gan-uh-mee-deez] /ˌgæn əˈmi diz/ (Show IPA). Classical Mythology. a Trojan youth who was abducted by Zeus and taken to Olympus, where he was made the cupbearer of the gods and became immortal. 2. Astronomy. the largest moon of the planet Jupiter. /ˈɡænɪˌmiːd/ noun 1. (classical myth) a beautiful […]