Definition of George Cross in English:

George Cross

Line breaks: George Cross
Pronunciation: /dʒɔːdʒ/

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(abbreviation: GC)

noun

(In the UK and Commonwealth countries) a decoration for bravery awarded especially to civilians, instituted in 1940 by King George VI and taking precedence over all other medals and decorations except the Victoria Cross.

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