A person who monitors electronic detection devices (1970s+ Armed forces)
[ping-goh] /ˈpɪŋ goʊ/ noun, plural pingos. Geology. 1. a hill of soil-covered ice pushed up by hydrostatic pressure in an area of permafrost. 2. a hill of similar origin remaining after the melting of permafrost. /ˈpɪŋɡəʊ/ noun (pl) -gos 1. a mound of earth or gravel formed through pressure from a layer of water trapped […]
[ping-pong, -pawng] /ˈpɪŋˌpɒŋ, -ˌpɔŋ/ Informal. verb (used with object) 1. to move back and forth or transfer rapidly from one locale, job, etc., to another; switch: The patient was ping-ponged from one medical specialist to another. verb (used without object) 2. to go back and forth; change rapidly or regularly; shift; bounce: For ten years […]
- Pin grid array
hardware (PGA) A style of integrated circuit socket or pin-out with pins laid out on a square or rectangular grid with a separation of 0.1 inch in each direction. The pins near the centre of the array are often missing. PGA is often used on motherboards for processors, e.g. Socket 6 and Socket 8. PPGA […]
pinguecula pin·guec·u·la (pĭng-gwěk’yə-lə) or pin·guic·u·la (-gwĭk’-) n.
[ping-gwid] /ˈpɪŋ gwɪd/ adjective 1. fat; oily. /ˈpɪŋɡwɪd/ adjective 1. fatty, oily, or greasy; soapy adj. 1630s, from Latin pinguis “fat (adj.), juicy,” figuratively “dull, gross, heavy; comfortable,” from stem of pinguere, from PIE *pei- “fat, sap, juice” (see pine (n.)).