gang

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Noun[change]

Singular
gang

Plural
gangs

  1. A gang is a group of criminals that work together. These criminals are often called gangsters.
  2. A gang is a group of people who spend time together. Often they are similar to each other and share interests.

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Verb[change]

Plain form
gang

Third-person singular
gangs

Past tense
ganged

Past participle
ganged

Present participle
ganging

  1. If you gang up, you make a group, you band together, usually against a single person or cause.