Definition of G-force

1. Noun. A unit of force equal to the force exerted by gravity; used to indicate the force to which a body is subjected when it is accelerated.

Exact synonyms: G, Gee
Generic synonyms: Force Unit



Definition of G-force

1. Noun. The acceleration of a body, relative to the freefall acceleration due to any local gravitational field, expressed in multiples of ''g0'' (the mean acceleration due to gravity at the Earth's surface). ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of G-force

færies
fætal
fætus
fætuses
féerie
féeries
félibre
föhn
g'd
g'day
g'night
g(m1) ganglioside
g(m2) ganglioside
g(m3) ganglioside
g-6-p-d deficiency
g-force (current term)
g/kg
g0 phase
g11n
g1 phase
g2 phase
gCAP39
gEs
gTLD
g force
g haemolysis
g loop
ga-ga
gab
gaba agents

Literary usage of G-force

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1. A Treatise on Coal Mining by International Correspondence Schools (1900)
"Let g = force of gravity = constant accelerating force due to the attraction of the earth; t = number of seconds the body falls; v = velocity at the end of ..."

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