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gang Explained

gang at CMU American English spelling Of Explained:

[gæŋ]

gang at English => English (English Etymology) Of Explained:

O.E. gong "a going, journey, way, passage," and O.N. gangr "a group of men, a set," both from P.Gmc. *gangaz (noun of action related to *gangan "to go"), from PIE base *ghengh- "to step" (cf. Skt. jangha "shank," Avestan zanga- "ankle," Lith. zengiu "I stride"). The sense evolution is probably via meaning "a set of articles that are usually taken together in going," especially a set of tools used on the same job. By 1627 this had been extended in nautical speech to mean "a company of workmen," and by 1632 the word was being used, with disapproving overtones, for "any band of persons traveling together." Gangway is O.E. gangweg "road, passage," and preserves the original sense of the word, as does gangplank (1846, Amer.Eng., replacing earlier gang-board). To gang up (on) is first attested 1925. To come on like gangbusters (c.1940) is from radio drama "Gangbusters" (1937-57) which always opened with a cacophony of sirens, screams, shots, and jarring music. Gang of Four (1976) translates Chinese sirenbang, the nickname given to the four leaders of the Cultural Revolution who took the fall in Communist China after the death of Mao. ///

gang at English => English (Longman) Of Explained:

S3 n [C] [Language: Old English; Origin: 'way, journey'; the modern meaning comes from the idea of a group of people "going" together]//
1 : a) a group of young people who spend time together, and who are often involved in crime or drugs and who often fight against other groups// --two rival street gangs // gang member/member of a gang // --The parents have denied that their son is a gang member.// --the problem of inner-city gang violence// b) a group of young people together in one place, especially young people who might cause trouble// gang of// --There were always gangs of kids hanging around the mall.// --a victim of gang warfare //
2 a group of criminals who work together: --Several gangs were operating in the area.// -- Armed gangs have hijacked lorries.// gang of// --a gang of smugglers//
3 informal a group of friends, especially young people: --The whole gang will be there next weekend.//
4 a group of workers or prisoners doing physical work together: chain gang//
gang 2 v gang up on/against [gang up on/against sb] phr v// if people gang up on someone, they join together to attack, criticize, or oppose them, especially in a way that seems unfair// --Schoolchildren are quick to gang up on anyone who looks or behaves differently.// gang together phr v// if people gang together, they form a group in order to do something together, especially to oppose something// --The smaller shopkeepers ganged together to beat off competition from the supermarkets.//

gang at Danish => English Of Explained:

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gang at Danish => English Of Explained:

iescinema, mov

gang at German => English Of Explained:

action, corridor, course, duct, errand, gait, gangway, gear, hallway, operation, passage(way), running, speed, visit, walk, walkway, way, working

gang at Dutch => English Of Explained:

corridor, gallery, passage

gang at German => English Of Explained:

aisle, amble, gait, gear

gang at German => English Of Explained:

ambulation, gait, gangway, lode

gang at Indonesian => English Of Explained:

alley, alleyway, breezeway, corridor, gang, gangway, narrow street, passage, passageway, slum

gäng at Swedish => English Of Explained:

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gång at Swedish => English Of Explained:

dedtogglebathing

gäng at Swedish => english Of Explained:

gang, set

gång at Swedish => english Of Explained:

aisle, gait, gangway, time, walk

gang at English => English (Moby Thesaurus II) Of Explained:

175 Moby Thesaurus words for "gang":
Bund, Rochdale cooperative, affiliate, age group, alliance, ally,
army, assemblage, associate, association, axis, band,
band together, battalion, be in cahoots, bevy, bloc, body, brigade,
bunch, bunch up, cabal, cast, cement a union, centralize, circle,
clique, club, club together, coalition, cohort, college, colony,
combination, combine, come together, common market, commute,
company, complement, confederacy, confederate, confederation,
consociate, conspire, consumer cooperative, contingent,
cooperative, cooperative society, corps, coterie, council, couple,
course, cover ground, covey, credit union, crew, crowd,
customs union, detachment, detail, division, drift, drive, drove,
economic community, employees, faction, fare, fare forth,
federalize, federate, federation, fetch, fleet, flit, flock, flow,
force, free trade area, gam, gang up, go, go along, go in partners,
go in partnership, group, grouping, groupment, help, herd, hie,
hired help, hook up with, host, in-group, join forces,
join fortunes with, join together, join up with, join with, junta,
kennel, league, litter, machine, marry, men, mob, move, move along,
move on, movement, organize, out-group, outfit, overwhelm, pack,
pair, pair off, partner, partnership, party, pass, peer group,
personnel, phalanx, platoon, pod, political machine, posse, pride,
progress, regiment, retinue, ring, roll, roll on, run, salon,
sashay, school, servantry, set, shoal, skulk, sloth, society,
squad, stable, staff, stand together, stand up with, stream,
string, team, team up with, team with, the help, throw in with,
tie in with, tie up with, travel, tribe, trip, troop, troupe,
union, unionize, unite with, wayfare, wed, wend, wing

gang at Danish => English Of Explained:


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Gang at German => English Of Explained:

Gang [gaŋ]nsm
action, corridor, errand, gait, gangway, gear, hallway,
operation, passage(way), running, speed, visit, walk,
walkway, way, working

gang at Dutch => English Of Explained:

gang [xɑŋ]
gallery
corridor, passage

gång at Swedish => English Of Explained:

rt(ĉemizo) night‐shirt(noktoĉemizo) bed

gang at Polish => English Of Explained:

achiev

gang at English => English (English Thesaurus) Of Explained:

[N] (Assemblage): {Group}: crowd, throng, group, flood, rush, deluge, rabble, mob, press, horde, body, tribe, crew, gang, knot, squad, band, party, swarm, shoal, school, covey, flock, herd, drove, bunch, drive, force, roundup , array, bevy, galaxy, corps, company, troop, troupe, task force, army, regiment, combatants, host, multitude, clan, brotherhood, fraternity, sorority, association, party, volley, storm, cloud, group, cluster, clump.

[N] (Party): party, faction, side, denomination, crew, band, horde, posse, phalanx, family, clan, team, community, fellowship, confraternity, brotherhood, sisterhood, gang, clique, ring, circle, group, crowd.

gang at English => English (Oxford Advanced Learners) Of Explained:

noun, verb
noun
1 an organized group of criminals:
criminal gang members and drug dealers * a gang of pickpockets * A four-man gang carried out the robbery.
2 a group of young people who spend a lot of time together and often cause trouble or fight against other groups:
a gang of youths * a street gang * All the local boys are members of gangs.
3 (informal) a group of friends who meet regularly:
The whole gang will be there.
4 an organized group of workers or prisoners doing work together
see also CHAIN GANG
verb
PHRASAL VERBS
gang together (informal) to join together in a group in order to have more power or strength
gang up (on / against sb) (informal) to join together in a group to hurt, frighten or oppose sb:
At school the older boys ganged up on him and called him names.

Gang at English => English (Websters 1913) Of Explained:

Gang \Gang\, v. i. [AS. gangan, akin to OS. & OHG. gangan, Icel.
ganga, Goth. gaggan; cf. Lith. ?engti to walk, Skr. ja?gha
leg. [root]48. Cf. {Go}.]
To go; to walk.

Note: Obsolete in English literature, but still used in the
North of England, and also in Scotland.

Gang \Gang\, n. [Icel. gangr a going, gang, akin to AS., D., G.,
& Dan. gang a going, Goth. gaggs street, way. See {Gang}, v.
i.]
1. A going; a course. [Obs.]

2. A number going in company; hence, a company, or a number
of persons associated for a particular purpose; a group of
laborers under one foreman; a squad; as, a gang of
sailors; a chain gang; a gang of thieves.

3. A combination of similar implements arranged so as, by
acting together, to save time or labor; a set; as, a gang
of saws, or of plows.

4. (Naut.) A set; all required for an outfit; as, a new gang
of stays.

5. [Cf. {Gangue}.] (Mining) The mineral substance which
incloses a vein; a matrix; a gangue.

{Gang board}, or {Gang plank}. (Naut.)
(a) A board or plank, with cleats for steps, forming a
bridge by which to enter or leave a vessel.
(b) A plank within or without the bulwarks of a vessel's
waist, for the sentinel to walk on.

{Gang cask}, a small cask in which to bring water aboard
ships or in which it is kept on deck.

{Gang cultivator}, {Gang plow}, a cultivator or plow in which
several shares are attached to one frame, so as to make
two or more furrows at the same time.

{Gang days}, Rogation days; the time of perambulating
parishes. See {Gang week} (below).

{Gang drill}, a drilling machine having a number of drills
driven from a common shaft.

{Gang master}, a master or employer of a gang of workmen.

{Gang plank}. See {Gang board} (above).

{Gang plow}. See {Gang cultivator} (above).

{Gang press}, a press for operating upon a pile or row of
objects separated by intervening plates.

{Gang saw}, a saw fitted to be one of a combination or gang
of saws hung together in a frame or sash, and set at fixed
distances apart.

{Gang tide}. See {Gang week} (below).

{Gang tooth}, a projecting tooth. [Obs.] --Halliwell.

{Gang week}, Rogation week, when formerly processions were
made to survey the bounds of parishes. --Halliwell.

{Live gang}, or {Round gang}, the Western and the Eastern
names, respectively, for a gang of saws for cutting the
round log into boards at one operation. --Knight.

{Slabbing gang}, an arrangement of saws which cuts slabs from
two sides of a log, leaving the middle part as a thick
beam.

gang at English => English (WordNet) Of Explained:

gang
n 1: an association of criminals; "police tried to break up the
gang"; "a pack of thieves" [syn: {pack}, {ring}, {mob}]
2: an informal body of friends; "he still hangs out with the
same crowd" [syn: {crowd}, {crew}, {bunch}]
3: an organized group of workmen [syn: {crew}, {work party}]
4: tool consisting of a combination of implements arranged to
work together

gang
v : act as an organized group [syn: {gang up}]

gang at English (WD) Of Explained:

Inter: also » Gang|gång|gäng|gāng|gǎng|gàng|găng|gắng

English

Pronunciation

* Inter: rhymes » æŋ

Etymology 1

From Inter: etyl » enm Inter: term » gangen|lang=enm, from Inter: etyl » ang Inter: term » gangan||to go, walk, turn out|lang=en, from Inter: etyl » gem-pro|en Inter: recons » ganganan||to go, walk|lang=gem-pro, from Inter: etyl » ine-pro|en Inter: recons » ǵʰengʰ-||to step, walk|lang=ine-pro. Cognate with Inter: etyl » sco|- Inter: term » gang||to go on foot, walk|lang=en, Inter: etyl » sv|- Inter: term » gånga||to walk, go|lang=sv, Inter: etyl » fo|- Inter: term » ganga||to walk|lang=fo, Inter: etyl » is|- Inter: term » ganga||to walk, go|lang=is.

Verb

Inter: en-ver » b
  • Inter: intransitive » chiefly|UK|_|dialectal|Northern England|Scotland To go; walk; proceed.
    Derived terms
    * Inter: l » en|gang alow
    • Inter: l » en|gang gizzen
    • Inter: l » en|gang gleyed
    • Inter: l » en|gang one's gait
    • Inter: l » en|gang-by
    • Inter: l » en|ganger
    • Inter: l » en|gangling
    • Inter: l » en|gangrel

      Etymology 2

      From Inter: etyl » enm Inter: term » gang|lang=enm, from Inter: etyl » ang Inter: term » gang||lang=ang|a journey, a way, a passage, from Inter: etyl » gem-pro|en Inter: recons » gangaz|lang=gem-pro. Cognate with Dutch Inter: term » gang|lang=nl, Icelandic Inter: term » gangur|lang=is.

      Noun

      Inter: en-nou » n


  • Inter: context » now|_|chiefly|dialectal A going, journey; a course, path, track
    1. 1895, Frederick Tupper Jr., Anglo-Saxon Dæg-Mæl, Modern Language Association of America, p. 229
    2. : Neither Marshall nor Bouterwek makes clear the connection existing between the Gang-days and the Major and Minor Litanies.
    3. 1869, Papa André,Once a Week, p. 418/1.
    4. : That week was also called the Gang Week, from the Saxon ganger, to go ; and the Rogation days were termed the Gang Days.
    5. A number going in company; a number of friends or persons associated for a particular purpose
    6. : the Gashouse Gang.
    7. : The gang from our office is going out for drinks Friday night.
    8. a group of laborers under one foreman; a squad
    9. : a gang of sailors; a railroad gang.
    10. Inter: U » S A criminal group with a common cultural background and identifying features, often associated with a particular section of a city.
    11. : a youth gang; a neighborhood gang; motorcycle gang.
    12. A group of criminals or alleged criminals who band together for mutual protection and profit, or a group of politicians united in furtherance of a political goal.
    13. : the Winter Hill gang; the Gang of Four.
    14. : Not all members of the Gang of Six are consistent in their opposition to filibuster.
    15. Inter: U » S A chain gang.
    16. A combination of similar tools or implements arranged so as, by acting together, to save time or labor; a set
    17. : a gang of saws; a gang of plows.
    18. A set; all required for an outfit
    19. : a new gang of stays.
    20. Inter: context » electrics A number of switches or other electrical devices wired into one unit and covered by one faceplate.
    21. : an outlet gang box; a double gang switch.
    22. Inter: context » electrics A group of wires attached as a bundle;
    23. : a gang of wires.
    24. : Do a drop for the telephone gang, then another drop for the internet gang, both through the ceiling of the wiring closet.
    25. The mineral substance which incloses a vein; a matrix; a gangue.
      Derived terms
      Inter: rel-top » terms derived from gang (noun)''

  • anti-gang
  • chain gang
  • gang bang
  • gang box
  • gang-buster
  • gangboard
  • gang-cask
  • gangdom
  • gangland
  • gangplank
  • gang rape

  • Inter: rel-mi » d
    • gangsman
    • gang switch
    • gangster
    • gang up
    • gang up on
    • gangway
    • ingang
    • outgang
    • street gang
    • umgang
    • upgang


    Inter: rel-botto » m
    Translations
    Inter: trans-top » a company of persons
  • Dutch: Inter: t+ » nl|bende|f, Inter: t+ » nl|gang
  • Esperanto: bando (2)
  • Finnish: Inter: t+ » fi|jengi, Inter: t+ » fi|joukko, Inter: t+ » fi|joukkio, Inter: t+ » fi|porukka, Inter: t+ » fi|kööri
  • French: Inter: t+ » fr|bande|f, Inter: t+ » fr|gang
  • German: Inter: t+ » de|Bande|f, Inter: t+ » de|Rotte|f
  • Hebrew: Inter: t+ » he|כנופיה|f|tr=k'nûfyah
  • Hungarian: Inter: t+ » hu|banda
  • Italian: Inter: t- » it|ghenga|f

  • Inter: trans-mi » d
    • Japanese: Inter: t+ » ja|dan
    • Romanian: Inter: t- » ro|bandă|f
    • Russian: Inter: t+ » ru|бригада|f|tr=brigáda, Inter: qualifier » criminals Inter: t+ » ru|банда|f|tr=bánda|sc=Cyrl, Inter: qualifier » criminals Inter: t+ » ru|шайка|f|tr=šájka|sc=Cyrl
    • Spanish: Inter: t+ » es|grupo, Inter: t- » es|pandilla
    • Turkish: Inter: t+ » tr|çete
    • Volapük: Inter: t+ » vo|lusog


    Inter: trans-botto » m
    Inter: checktran » s
    • Inter: ttbc » vi: đoàn, tốp, toán, kíp, bọn, lũ, bộ


    Inter: Webster 191 » 3

    Verb

    Inter: en-ver » b
  • Inter: intransitiv » e To band together as a group or gang.
    1. : "Lets gang up on them."''

      See also

      * Category: Appendix:English collective nouns -

      Etymology 3

      See Inter: term » gan#Etymology 2|gan.

      Verb

      Inter: head » en|verb|second-person singular simple present|gangst


  • Inter: form of » Eye-dialect spelling|gan

  • Category: Category:English alternative forms -
    Category: Category:English collective nouns -

    Afrikaans

    Etymology

    From Inter: etyl » nl|af Inter: term » gang|lang=nl.

    Noun

    Inter: af-noun » gange
  • a passageway, alley

  • Dutch

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: rhymes » ɑŋ|lang=nl
    • Inter: audio » Nl-gang.ogg|audio

      Etymology

      From Inter: etyl » dum|nl Inter: term » ganc|lang=dum, from Inter: etyl » odt|nl Inter: term » gank|lang=odt, Inter: term » gang|lang=odt, from Inter: etyl » gem-pro|nl Inter: recons » gangaz|lang=gem-pro.

      Noun

      Inter: nl-noun » m|gangen|gangetje


  • passageway, alley
    1. gait
    2. journey
    3. hallway, corridor
    4. course
    5. walk, way of stepping, running etc.

      Derived terms

      Inter: top » 2


    • dwarsgang
    • gangbaar
    • gangboord
    • gangdeur
    • gangpad
    • gangmaker
    • gangwachter
    • gangwerk
    • gangwiel
    • doorgang
    • ingang


    Inter: mid » 2
    • lediggang, ledigganger
    • pandgang
    • ondergang
    • rechtsgang
    • telgang, telganger
    • toegang
    • uitgang
    • voetganger
    • voortgang
    • welgang
    • zoolgang, zoolganger


    Inter: botto » m

    French

    Etymology

    Inter: borrowing » en|gang|lang=fr.

    Noun

    Inter: fr-noun » m
  • gang, group of ill-doers

  • Indonesian

    Etymology

    From Inter: etyl » nl|id Inter: term » gang||passageway, alley|lang=nl.

    Noun

    Inter: id-nou » n
  • alleyway, alley, narrow street. A narrow pathway bound by walls on both sides
    1. : gang buntu — dead-end alley
    2. an organized crime group
    3. a group of people with distinct identity, such as high school mates. See also geng

      Verb

      Inter: id-ver » b


  • to form a gang group

  • Mandarin

    Romanization

    gang
  • Inter: nonstandard spelling of » lang=cmn|sc=Latn|gāng
    1. Inter: nonstandard spelling of » lang=cmn|sc=Latn|gǎng
    2. Inter: nonstandard spelling of » lang=cmn|sc=Latn|gàng

      Usage notes

      English transcriptions of Chinese speech often fail to distinguish between the critical tonal differences employed in the Chinese language, using words such as this one without the appropriate indication of tone.


    Category: Category:Mandarin pinyin -

    Norwegian

    Etymology

    From Inter: etyl » non|no Inter: term » gangr|lang=non.

    Noun

    Inter: head » no|noun|g=m
  • hall, hallway
    1. : Sett fra deg skoene i gangen. Inter: context » lang=no|Bokmål
    2. : Sett frå deg skorne i gangen. Inter: context » lang=no|Nynorsk
    3. :: Leave your shoes in the hallway.
    4. passage, corridor
    5. : I enden av den lange gangen er klasserommet.
    6. :: The class room is at the end of the long corridor.
    7. aisle
    8. walk, path
    9. walk, walking, going
    10. walk, gait
    11. : Gangen hans er litt merkelig. Inter: context » lang=no|Bokmål
    12. : Gangen hans er litt merkeleg. Inter: context » lang=no|Nynorsk
    13. :: His gait is a bit weird
    14. working, running, action, movement, motion, operation
    15. course; passage
    16. course; march
    17. Inter: context » lang=no|Bokmål time
    18. : Vi vant fem ganger på rad!
    19. :: We won five times in a row!
    20. plot, action
    21. : Historiens gang var litt komplisert. Inter: context » lang=no|Bokmål
    22. : Gangen i soga var litt komplisert. Inter: context » lang=no|Nynorsk
    23. :: The plot of the story was somewhat complicated.
    24. Inter: mining » lang=no dike, lode
    25. vein
    26. Inter: anatomy » lang=no duct

      Inflection

      Inter: no-noun-infl » nb-class=m1|nn-class=m1


    Old English

    Etymology

    From the verb Inter: term » gangan||to go, walk, turn out|lang=ang, from Inter: etyl » gem-pro|ang Inter: recons » ganganan||to go, walk|lang=gem-pro, from Inter: etyl » ine-pro|ang Inter: recons » ǵʰengʰ-||to step, walk|lang=ine-pro.

    Noun

    Inter: ang-noun » g=m|pl=gangas
  • going, journey, progress, track, footprint, flow, stream, way, passage, course, path
    1. : Him tǽcean lífes weg and rihtne gang to heofonum. — To teach them life's way and the right path to heaven.
    2. a company of people
    3. : Anastasius wæs geháten se mæssepreóst þe se bisceop tó fundode swá fǽrlíce mid gange . . . Se bisceop gewende mid his gebróðrum hám.
    4. drain, privy
    5. : Ðonne him to gange lyst. — When he desires the privy.
    6. platform, stage, steps

      Noun

      Inter: ang-noun » g=n|pl=gangas


  • occurrence; passage or lapse of time
  • : Geára gangum. — In the course of years.

    Derived terms

    Inter: rel-top » terms derived from gang (noun)''
  • argang, earsgang m — privy
  • begang m — way, course, circuit, extent: district, region: business, undertaking
  • bēogang m — swarm of bees
  • circgang m — going to church
  • fæstengangol, fæstgangol — steady, faithful
  • faldgang m — going to the fold
  • feldgangende — roaming over the land
  • fāþegang m journey on foot
  • forliggang m — house of ill-fame; fornication
  • forþgang m — forthgang, going forth, progress, advance, success: privy, drain: purging, evacuation
  • fōtgangende — going on foot
  • gangdæg m — gangday, one of the three processional days before Ascension day, Rogation day.
  • gangehere, ganghere m — army of foot-soldiers
  • gangelwæfre, gangewæfre, gangewifre f — (a weaver as he goes), spider
  • gangern n — privy
  • ganggeteld n — portable tent
  • ganghere m — army of foot-soldiers
  • gang-pytt m, gangsetl n, gangstōl m, gangtūn m — privy.
  • gangweg m — thoroughfare, gangway
  • gangwuce f — gangweek, Rogation week, the week of holy Thursday
  • gēangang — return
  • gearugangende — going swiftly

  • Inter: rel-mi » d
    • handgang m — imposition of hands: surrender
    • heregang m — incursion
    • hingang m departure, death
    • hlāfgang m — attendance at, or participation in, a meal; procession with the host
    • hūslgang m — going to, partaking of the eucharist
    • ingang m — ingress, entrance, access, beginning; entrance fee
    • mynstergang m — act of joining an order of monks
    • nēahgangol — placed near
    • niþergang m — descent
    • ofergang m — going across, crossing over
    • ongang m — entrance, incursion, assault, attack
    • oxangang m — an eighth of a 'plough-land'; hide
    • relicgang m — visiting of relics: procession of relics
    • samodgang m — communication between rooms
    • sulhgang m — the land which can be gone over by one plough in a day
    • sunganges adv. — moving with the sun
    • gang m — approach, access, attack
    • ūpgang m — rising, sunrise; going up, approach, ascent: landing, going inland.
    • ūtgang m — outgang, going out, departure, exit, exodus
    • wæfergange f — spider
    • wīdgangol — wandering, roving
    • ymbgang m — umgang, going about, circuit, circumference, surrounding belt


    Inter: rel-botto » m

    Scots

    Alternative forms

    * gae
    • gan

      Etymology

      From Inter: etyl » ang|sco Inter: term » gangan|lang=ang, Inter: etyl » non|sco Inter: term » ganga|lang=non, with inflected forms from Inter: term » gan|gān ( > English Inter: term » go|lang=en).

      Pronunciation

      * Inter: IPA » /ɡɑŋ/|lang=sco

      Verb

      Inter: sco-verb » gangs|gaun|gaed|gaen


  • To go.
    1. : And I will love thee still, my dear
    2. Category: w - :Robert Burns|Robert Burns - A Red, Red, Rose
    3. : Till a’ the seas gang dry.


    Translation: da » gang
    Translation: de » gang
    Translation: et » gang
    Translation: es » gang
    Translation: eo » gang
    Translation: fa » gang
    Translation: fr » gang
    Translation: ga » gang
    Translation: ko » gang
    Translation: io » gang
    Translation: id » gang
    Translation: it » gang
    Translation: kn » gang
    Translation: sw » gang
    Translation: lo » gang
    Translation: hu » gang
    Translation: mg » gang
    Translation: ml » gang
    Translation: my » gang
    Translation: nl » gang
    Translation: no » gang
    Translation: pl » gang
    Translation: pt » gang
    Translation: ru » gang
    Category: simple:gang -
    Translation: fi » gang
    Translation: sv » gang
    Translation: ta » gang
    Translation: te » gang
    Translation: tr » gang
    Translation: vi » gang
    Translation: zh » gang

  • Gang at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: also » gang|gång

    German

    Etymology

    Inter: etyl » goh|de Inter: term » ganc|lang=goh

    Noun

    Inter: de-noun » m|Gangs|gen2=Ganges|Gänge
  • walking
    1. motion, movement
    2. gear
    3. hallway
    4. Inter: context » of a meal|lang=de course

      See also

      * Allee {{f}}

  • Gasse {{f}}

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    Serbo-Croatian

    Proper noun

    Inter: sh-proper noun » g=m|r|Ганг
  • Ganges Inter: gloss » river

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    Translation: cs » Gang
    Translation: de » Gang
    Translation: et » Gang
    Translation: el » Gang
    Translation: fr » Gang
    Translation: ko » Gang
    Translation: io » Gang
    Translation: id » Gang
    Translation: hu » Gang
    Translation: mg » Gang
    Translation: pl » Gang
    Translation: ru » Gang
    Translation: fi » Gang
    Translation: sv » Gang
    Translation: tl » Gang
    Translation: zh » Gang

    gång at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: also » gang|Gang

    Swedish

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA » /gɔŋ/|lang=sv
  • Inter: audio » Sv-gång.ogg|audio

    Noun

    Inter: sv-noun » g=c

  • walk, path, trail; a maintained, usually quite narrow path on which to walk, which in general does not follow next to a road. (Compare trottoar).
    1. Inter: uncountable » lang=sv manner of walk, gait
    2. Inter: sports » uncountable|lang=sv race walking
    3. Inter: uncountable » lang=sv the continuous running of something, such as a machinery or time.
    4. times; the number of times something happens
    5. : Han gjorde det inte en gång, utan tre gånger
    6. :: He didn't do it once, but three times (thrice).

      Declension

      Inter: sv-noun-reg-ar » definitions=1-4


    Inter: sv-noun-reg-er » definitions=5

    Related terms

    * avgång
    • blindgång
    • blindgångare
    • gångare
    • gångbana
    • ingång
    • övergång
    • på gång
    • passgång
    • stavgång
    • tidens gång
    • tillgång
    • utgång


    Translation: cs » gång
    Translation: es » gång
    Translation: fr » gång
    Translation: ko » gång
    Translation: io » gång
    Translation: ka » gång
    Translation: li » gång
    Translation: mg » gång
    Translation: pl » gång
    Translation: ru » gång
    Translation: sm » gång
    Translation: fi » gång
    Translation: sv » gång

  • gàng at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: also » gāng|gǎng

    Mandarin

    Romanization

    Inter: cmn-alt-pinyin » gàng|gang4
  • Inter: pinyin reading of » 戅
    1. Inter: pinyin reading of » 戆|戇 stupid, simple, simple-minded
    2. Inter: pinyin reading of » 杞 willow; medlar tree; a small feudal state (Qi)
    3. Inter: pinyin reading of » 槓 lever, pole, crowbar; sharpen
    4. Inter: pinyin reading of » 焵 to temper steel
    5. Inter: pinyin reading of » 筻 place name in Hunan province
    6. Inter: pinyin reading of » 鋹 sharp; a keen edge; sharp point
    7. Inter: pinyin reading of » 钟 clock; bell


    Translation: vi » gàng
    Translation: zh » gàng

  • gāng at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: also » Gāng|gǎng|gàng

    Mandarin

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: audio » Zh-gāng.ogg|audio

    Romanization

    Inter: cmn-alt-pinyin » gāng|gang1
  • Inter: pinyin reading of » 亢 high, proud; violent, excessive; skilled; name
    1. Inter: pinyin reading of » 冈 ridge or crest of hill
    2. Inter: pinyin reading of » 冮
    3. Inter: pinyin reading of » 刚 hard, tough, rigid, strong
    4. Inter: pinyin reading of » 剛 hard, tough, rigid, strong
    5. Inter: pinyin reading of » 堈 earthen jug, crock, cistern
    6. Inter: pinyin reading of » 堽 mound; used in place names
    7. Inter: pinyin reading of » 岄
    8. Inter: pinyin reading of » 岡 ridge or crest of hill
    9. Inter: pinyin reading of » 崗 post; position
    10. Inter: pinyin reading of » 払 shake off, brush away; dust
    11. Inter: pinyin reading of » 掆
    12. Inter: pinyin reading of » 摃
    13. Inter: pinyin reading of » 杠 lever, pole, crowbar; sharpen
    14. Inter: pinyin reading of » 棡
    15. Inter: pinyin reading of » 牨
    16. Inter: pinyin reading of » 犅
    17. Inter: pinyin reading of » 疕 head sores
    18. Inter: pinyin reading of » 矼 stone bridge; stepping stones
    19. Inter: pinyin reading of » 碙
    20. Inter: pinyin reading of » 笐 bamboos placed across wooden frames on which grain may be stored in damp climates
    21. Inter: pinyin reading of » 綱 heavy rope, hawser; main points; (biological classification) class
    22. Inter: pinyin reading of » 纲 heavy rope, hawser; main points
    23. Inter: pinyin reading of » 缸 earthen jug, crock, cistern
    24. Inter: pinyin reading of » 罁 a cistern; an earthenware jar of large dimensions; a vat; a crock
    25. Inter: pinyin reading of » 罓
    26. Inter: pinyin reading of » 罡 the name of a certain stars; the god who is supposed to live in them
    27. Inter: pinyin reading of » 肛 anus
    28. Inter: pinyin reading of » 肮 dirty
    29. Inter: pinyin reading of » 舡 boat, ship
    30. Inter: pinyin reading of » 釭 tire of wheel; band
    31. Inter: pinyin reading of » 鋼 steel; hard, strong, tough
    32. Inter: pinyin reading of » 鎠
    33. Inter: pinyin reading of » 钢 steel; hard, strong, tough
    34. Inter: pinyin reading of » 阬 pit, hole, shaft
    35. Inter: pinyin reading of » 頏|颃 fly down or downward


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  • gǎng at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: also » gāng|gàng

    Mandarin

    Romanization

    Inter: cmn-alt-pinyin » gǎng|gang3
  • Inter: pinyin reading of » 岗|崗 post; position
    1. Inter: pinyin reading of » 港 port, harbour / harbor; small stream; bay

  • Inter: pinyin reading of » 溝 ditch, drain, narrow waterway
  • gäng at English (WD) Of Explained:

    ==Swedish==

    Noun

    Inter: sv-noun » g=n
  • a gang, a team, a group

    Declension

    Inter: sv-noun-n-zer » o

    Related terms

    * gängledare
    • motorcykelgäng

      See also

      * gänga


    Translation: es » gäng
    Translation: io » gäng
    Translation: pl » gäng
    Translation: fi » gäng
    Translation: sv » gäng

  • Gāng at English (WD) Of Explained:

    ==Mandarin==

    Romanization

    Inter: cmn-pinyi » n
  • Inter: pinyin reading of » 刚 a (typically male) given name

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