verb gens up, genning up, genned up
(adverb; often passive; when intransitive, usually foll by on) (Brit, informal) to brief (someone) or study (something) in detail; make or become fully conversant with: I can only take over this job if I am properly genned up
- Genupectoral position
genupectoral position gen·u·pec·to·ral position (jěn’yōō-pěk’tər-əl) n. See knee-chest position.
noun a fear of knees, kneeling Word Origin Latin genu ‘knee’
- Genu recurvatum
genu recurvatum genu re·cur·va·tum (rē’kûr-vā’təm) n. The backward curvature of the knee; hyperextension of the knee.
[jee-nuh s] /ˈdʒi nəs/ noun, plural genera [jen-er-uh] /ˈdʒɛn ər ə/ (Show IPA), genuses. 1. Biology. the usual major subdivision of a family or subfamily in the classification of organisms, usually consisting of more than one species. 2. Logic. a class or group of individuals, or of species of individuals. 3. a kind; sort; class. […]