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G in Measurement topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishGG, g /dʒiː/ noun (plural G’s, g’s)  1 SLA[countable, uncountable] the seventh letter of the English alphabet2 [countable, uncountable] the fifth note in the musical scale of C major or the musical key based on this note3 [singular, uncountable] American English used to describe a film that has been officially approved as suitable for people of any age syn U British EnglishPG4 [countable] technical a unit for measuring the force caused by gravity on an object as it starts to move faster and faster Astronauts endure a force of several G’s during take-off. high g-forces5 [uncountable] American English a grand (=$1,000)
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GThe MiG-29 fighter jet can take nine G's.