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PG

 (pē′jē′)
A trademark for a movie rating indicating that admission will be granted to persons of all ages but that parental guidance is advised in the case of children.
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pg

the internet domain name for
(Computer Science) Papua New Guinea

PG

symbol for
(Film) a film certified for viewing by anyone, but which contains scenes that may be unsuitable for children, for whom parental guidance is necessary
[C20: from abbreviation of parental guidance]

PG

abbreviation for
1. (Commerce) paying guest
2. (Education) postgraduate
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PG

parental guidance: a motion-picture rating advising parents that some material in the film may be unsuitable for children. Compare G (def. 2), NC-17, PG-13, R (def. 4), X (def. 7).
[1965–70, Amer.]

PG-13

(ˈpiˈdʒiˌθɜrˈtin)
a motion-picture rating advising parents that some material in the film may be unsuitable for children under the age of 13. Compare G (def. 2), NC-17, PG, R (def. 4), X (def. 7).

Pg.

1. Portugal.
2. Also, PgPortuguese.

pg.

page.

P.G.

1. Past Grand.
2. paying guest.
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Translations

PG

ABBR
1. (Cine) (film censor's rating) =Parental Guidancemenores acompañados
2. =paying guest
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PG

[ˌpiːˈdʒiː] n abbr (=parental guidance) → accord parental souhaitable
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