G-string(redirected from G String)
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1. A narrow loincloth supported by a waistband; a breechcloth.
2. A similar garment, usually decorated, that is worn especially by stripteasers.
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1. (Clothing & Fashion) a piece of cloth attached to a narrow waistband covering the pubic area, worn esp by strippers
2. (Clothing & Fashion) a strip of cloth attached to the front and back of a waistband and covering the loins
3. (Classical Music) music a string tuned to G, such as the lowest string of a violin
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a narrow strip of fabric covering the genitals and secured at the waist by a cord, worn esp. by stripteasers, dancers, etc.
[1875–80, Amer.; orig. uncertain]
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|Noun||1.||G-string - minimal clothing worn by stripteasers; a narrow strip of fabric that covers the pubic area, passes between the thighs, and is supported by a waistband|
woman's clothing - clothing that is designed for women to wear
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G-string[ˈdʒiːˌstrɪŋ] n (garment) → tanga m inv
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