a foreign worker permitted to work in a country, especially in Western Europe, on a temporary basis.
[French gœ] /French gœ/ noun 1. . [ley gœ] /leɪ ˈgœ/ noun 1. a league of Dutch and Flemish patriots, composed chiefly of nobles and formed in 1566 to resist the introduction of the Spanish Inquisition into the Netherlands. 2. (later) any of various Dutch or Flemish partisan groups organized to gain independence for the […]
[guh-vahr-ist] /gəˈvɑr ɪst/ noun 1. a supporter of the revolutionary theories and tactics of Ernesto Guevara.
[guhff] /gʌff/ noun, Informal. 1. empty or foolish talk; nonsense. 2. insolent talk. /ɡʌf/ noun 1. (slang) ridiculous or insolent talk n. “empty talk, nonsense,” 1888, from earlier sense of “puff of air” (1825), of imitative origin. noun verb To lie; exaggerate; bullshit: Quit your guffing and tell it right [perhaps fr Scots gaff, ”loud, […]
[guh-faw, guh-] /gʌˈfɔ, gə-/ noun 1. a loud, unrestrained burst of laughter. verb (used without object) 2. to laugh loudly and boisterously. /ɡʌˈfɔː/ noun 1. a crude and boisterous laugh verb 2. to laugh crudely and boisterously or express (something) in this way n. 1720, Scottish, probably imitative of the sound of coarse laughter. Cf. […]