[guhn-uh-ree] /ˈgʌn ə ri/
the art and science of constructing and operating , especially large .
the act of firing .
the art and science of the efficient design and use of ordnance, esp artillery
the use and firing of guns
(modifier) of, relating to, or concerned with heavy guns, as in warfare: a gunnery officer
c.1600, from gun + -ery.
noun, Marine Corps. 1. a noncommissioned officer ranking above a staff sergeant and below a first or master sergeant.
[guhn-ing] /ˈgʌn ɪŋ/ noun 1. the act, practice, or art of shooting with ; gunnery. 2. the hunting of game with . [guhn] /gʌn/ noun 1. a weapon consisting of a metal tube, with mechanical attachments, from which projectiles are shot by the force of an explosive; a piece of ordnance. 2. any portable firearm, […]
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electronics, hardware, integrated circuit, standard (GTL) A standard for electrical signals in CMOS circuits used to provide higher data transfer speeds with smaller voltage swings [compared with what?]. The GTL signal swings between 0.4 volts and 1.2 volts with a reference voltage of about 0.8 volts. Only a small deviation of 0.4 volts (or thereabouts) […]
[guhn-ee] /ˈgʌn i/ noun, plural gunnies. 1. a strong, coarse material made commonly from jute, especially for bags or sacks; burlap. /ˈɡʌnɪ/ noun (mainly US) (pl) -nies 1. a coarse hard-wearing fabric usually made from jute and used for sacks, etc 2. Also called gunny sack. a sack made from this fabric n. 1711, Anglo-Indian […]