(GSI) A set of C libraries and programming tools used to interface G2 to external systems. Commercially available bridges are available to SCADA systems and PLCs.
[jent] /dʒɛnt/ noun 1. Informal. (defs 1, 2). [jent] /dʒɛnt/ adjective, Obsolete. 1. elegant; graceful. [khent] /xɛnt/ noun 1. Flemish name of . 1. gentleman or gentlemen. /dʒɛnt/ noun 1. (informal) short for gentleman /xɛnt/ noun 1. the Flemish name for Ghent n. short for gentleman, by 17c. (in early uses it is difficult to […]
[jen-tuh-mahy-sin] /ˌdʒɛn təˈmaɪ sɪn/ noun, Pharmacology. 1. a highly toxic broad-spectrum antibiotic mixture of related aminoglycoside substances derived from the actinomycete bacterium Micromonospora purpurea, used in its sulfate form in the treatment of severe Gram-negative infections. /ˌdʒɛntəˈmaɪsɪn/ noun 1. a broad-spectrum antibiotic used in the treatment of serious infections gentamicin gen·ta·mi·cin or gen·ta·my·cin (jěn’tə-mī’sĭn) n. […]
[jen-tee-liz-uh m] /dʒɛnˈti lɪz əm/ noun 1. a word or phrase used in place of another, supposedly less term: “Limb” is a genteelism for “leg.”. /dʒɛnˈtiːlɪzəm/ noun 1. a word or phrase used in place of a less genteel one
[jen-teel] /dʒɛnˈtil/ adjective 1. belonging or suited to polite society. 2. well-bred or refined; polite; elegant; stylish. 3. affectedly or pretentiously polite, delicate, etc. /dʒɛnˈtiːl/ adjective 1. affectedly proper or refined; excessively polite 2. respectable, polite, and well-bred: a genteel old lady 3. appropriate to polite or fashionable society: genteel behaviour adj. 1590s, from Middle […]