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gen.

abbr.
1. gender
2.
a. general
b. generally
3. genitive
4. genus

Gen.

abbr.
1. also Gen or GEN general
2. Bible Genesis

gen

(dʒɛn)
n
informal information: give me the gen on your latest project.
[C20: from gen(eral information)]

-gen

a combining form meaning “something that produces, stimulates the production of, or induces” the thing specified by the initial element: antigen; carcinogen.
[< French -gène « Greek -genēs born, produced; akin to gígnesthai to beget, and to Latin genus, kin]

Gen.

1. General.
2. Genesis.

gen.

1. gender.
2. genitive.
3. genus.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.gen - informal term for information; "give me the gen on your new line of computers"
info, information - a message received and understood
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
Translations
Gén

Gen

ABBR (Mil) =GeneralGen., Gral.

gen

1 ABBR
1. =general, generally
2. =gendergen.
3. =genitivegen.

gen

2 [dʒen] N (Brit) → información f
to give sb the gen on sthponer a algn al corriente de algo
gen up (Brit)
A. VT + ADV to gen sb up (on sth)poner a algn al corriente (de algo)
I'm thoroughly genned up nowahora estoy bien enterado, ahora estoy completamente al tanto
B. VI + ADV to gen up on sthinformarse acerca de algo

gen

[ˈdʒɛn] n (British) to give sb the gen on sth → tuyauter qn sur qch

Gen

abbr of GeneralGen.

gen

n (Brit inf) → Informationen pl; to give somebody the gen on or about somethingjdn über etw (acc)informieren; to have some gen on somethingInformationen über etw (acc)haben, etwas über etw (acc)wissen; what’s the gen on this?worum geht es hier?

gen

[dʒɛn] n (Brit) (fam) to give sb the gen on sthmettere qn al corrente di qc
References in classic literature ?
He's a clever workman, an' taught thee thy trade, remember, an's niver gen me a blow nor so much as an ill word--no, not even in 's drink.
She braved it for a moment or two with an eye full of love and stubbornness, and murmured a phrase or two vaguely of Gen.
August Messer, "Experimentell-psychologische Untersuchu gen uber das Denken," vol.
Only try to put yourself in his place, captain: a sensitive, gen tlemanly young fellow.
you don't remember Bob, then, as you gen the pocket-knife to, Mr.
An' there was niver nobody else gen me nothin' but what I got by my own sharpness, only you, Mr.
I shouldn't ha' come back upon you now ye're i' trouble, an' folks say as the master, as I used to frighten the birds for, an' he flogged me a bit for fun when he catched me eatin' the turnip, as they say he'll niver lift up his head no more,--I shouldn't ha' come now to ax you to gi' me another knife 'cause you gen me one afore.
But a fortni't ago I'd a rare bit o' luck,--I allays thought I was a lucky chap, for I niver set a trap but what I catched something; but this wasn't trap, it was a fire i' Torry's mill, an' I doused it, else it 'ud set th' oil alight, an' the genelman gen me ten suvreigns; he gen me 'em himself last week.
This Press Release contains or incorporates by reference "forward looking statements" including certain information with respect to plans and strategies of Med Gen Inc.
delegate to the United Nations, said Friday night that Gen.
GEN will create a sample homepage and autoresponder document as part of the account setup.
Eating habits in cars also varied across generations - 73 percent of Gen Y-ers eat snacks in the car and 48 percent eat full meals.