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gent

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgentgent /dΚ’ent/ noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 especially British English informalMAN a gentleman πŸ”Š a well-dressed elderly gent πŸ”Š I’ve always prided myself on being a perfect gent.2 β†’ the gents
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gentβ€’ Sheppard Brothers ran a gents hairdressing shop at No. 27.β€’ It had once been a place for nervous gents.β€’ No self-respecting lady or gent would use it now.β€’ Unfortunately, the gents had bad luck.β€’ The unfortunate gents are then unceremoniously interred in the sisters' basement.
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