[gou shing-jyahn] /ˈgaʊ ˈʃɪŋˈdʒyɑn/
born 1940, French novelist and playwright, born in China: Nobel Prize 2000.
born 1940, Chinese dramatist, novelist, and dissident, living in France from 1987; his works include the play Chezhan (Bus Stop, 1983) and the novel Lingshan (Soul Mountain, 1989): Nobel prize for literature 2000
[Chinese gou-shyawng] /Chinese ˈgaʊˈʃyɔŋ/ noun, Pinyin. 1. . /ˌjaʊəˈʃɒŋ/ noun 1. a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for Kaohsiung
[gap] /gæp/ noun 1. a break or opening, as in a fence, wall, or military line; breach: We found a gap in the enemy’s line of fortifications. 2. an empty space or interval; interruption in continuity; hiatus: a momentary gap in a siren’s wailing; a gap in his memory. 3. a wide divergence or difference; […]
- Gap 1
gap 1 n. Abbr. G1 In the somatic cell cycle, the temporary cessation that follows mitosis and indicates a gap in DNA synthesis.
- Gap 2
gap 2 n. Abbr. G2 In the somatic cell cycle, a pause between the completion of DNA synthesis and the onset of the next mitosis.