a province of N South Africa; formed in 1994 from part of the former province of Transvaal: service industries, mining, and manufacturing. Capital: Johannesburg. Pop: 8 847 740 (2004 est). Area: 18 810 sq km (7262 sq miles)
[goh-tyey] /goʊˈtyeɪ/ noun 1. Théophile [tey-aw-feel] /teɪ ɔˈfil/ (Show IPA), 1811–72, French poet, novelist, and critic. /French ɡotje/ noun 1. Théophile (teɔfil). 1811–72, French poet, novelist, and critic. His early extravagant romanticism gave way to a preoccupation with poetic form and expression that anticipated the Parnassians
[gawz] /gɔz/ noun 1. any thin and often transparent fabric made from any fiber in a plain or leno weave. 2. a surgical dressing of loosely woven cotton. 3. any material made of an open, meshlike weave, as of wire. 4. a thin haze. /ɡɔːz/ noun 1. 2. a surgical dressing of muslin or similar […]
[gaw-zee] /ˈgɔ zi/ adjective, gauzier, gauziest. 1. like ; transparently thin and light. /ˈɡɔːzɪ/ adjective gauzier, gauziest 1. resembling gauze; thin and transparent adj. 1796, from gauze + -y (2). Related: Gauziness.
[guh-vahzh; French ga-vazh] /gəˈvɑʒ; French gaˈvaʒ/ noun 1. forced feeding, as by a flexible tube and a force pump. /ˈɡævɑːʒ/ noun 1. forced feeding by means of a tube inserted into the stomach through the mouth n. 1889, from French gavage, from gaver “to stuff” (17c.; see gavotte). gavage ga·vage (gə-väzh’) n.