G-string

G-string
n.
1 Mus. a string sounding the note G.
2 (also gee-string) a narrow strip of cloth etc. covering only the genitals and attached to a string round the waist, as worn esp. by striptease artistes.

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noun
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
Syn: ↑thong
Hypernyms: ↑woman's clothing

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\\ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷\ noun
Usage: usually capitalized G
1. usually g string : a string (as the lowest string of the violin) tuned to G
a. : a breechcloth consisting usually of a strip of cloth passed between the legs and supported by a waist cord
b. : a fancy theatrical and burlesque costume of similar design
3. [from the initials of Georg Goubou b1906 American physicist born in Germany, its inventor] : a high-frequency transmission line consisting of a wire covered by dielectric of such proportions and material that a large percentage of the propagated wave lies close to the wire

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/jee"string'/, n.
1. a loincloth or breechcloth, usually secured by a cord at the waist.
2. such a garment made of a narrow strip of decorative fabric and worn by striptease entertainers.
Also, gee-string, gee string.
[1875-80, Amer.; orig. uncert.]

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G-string see under ↑G (n).
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Gˈ-string noun
1. The lowest string on the violin, tuned to the note of G, or a string tuned to G on another instrument (music)
2. A string worn round the waist supporting a strip worn between the legs
3. The strip itself or any similar covering for the genitals
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Main Entry:G

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G-string UK US noun [countable] [singular G-string plural G-strings]
a very small piece of cloth that covers the sexual organs with a very narrow piece of cloth at the back and around the waist
Thesaurus: underwearhyponym

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(also gee-string) n. a garment consisting of a narrow strip of cloth that covers the genitals and is attached to a waistband, worn as underwear or by striptease performers

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/ˈʤiːˌstrıŋ/ noun, pl G-strings [count]
: a narrow strip of cloth that passes between the legs and is held up by a string around the waist

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ˈG-string [G-string G-strings] noun
a narrow piece of cloth that covers the sexual organs and is held up by a string around the waist

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