An organized group of criminals
(Of a number of people) form a group or gang
a gang of tough-looking boys
The cockatoo Callocephalon fimbriatum of southeastern Australia, which has grey plumage, and the male of which has a red head and crest.
An act of ganging up to oppose or attack someone or something.
A company of workers employed to work during the day, especially as part of a designated day shift.
A small wooden cask used especially for transporting water from shore to a ship.
Each of the three days preceding Ascension Day (Holy Thursday), during which religious processions take place; a Rogation Day. Chiefly in plural Compare Gang Week.
A (young) female member of a criminal or street gang.
A hook consisting of a number of joined hooks; (Angling) a fish hook having several baited points, typically made by joining several hooks by their shanks.
A sawmill in which gang-saws are used.
A usually distinctive nickname used by a member of a criminal or street gang.
The rape of one person by a group of other people
A road or tramway along which coal is transported from a mine.
A locally produced variety show performed annually by members of the Scout and Guide Association
Territory under the control of a gang or gangs; an area controlled by a particular street gang.
An instance of gang warfare.
Rogation week, during which the Gang Days fall.
Work carried out by labourers in a gang or gangs.
A group of convicts assigned to hard labour in fetters
A group of convicts assigned to a settler as workers
A group or clique of friends or colleagues; specifically a clique of powerful or establishment politicians who control a party or monopolize important positions.
A gang of petty criminals who frequent race meetings.
A gang of workers engaged in building or repairing roads; specifically a detachment of convicts detailed to work at road construction (now chiefly historical).
A gang (especially of slaves or prisoners) that carries out manual or physical labour.
A gang employed on work such as supplying or stoking a furnace with coal.
A group of convicts chained together while working outside the prison
= crime syndicate.
A team of railway maintenance workers
(Of a plan) go wrong
The overseer of a group of workers or slaves.
A fight between rival gangs of youths or criminals
Common milkwort, Polygala vulgaris; also called rogation flower.
The leader of a criminal gang
Monday in Rogation week, the first of the Gang Days, during which religious processions take place.
A mower having several cutting edges or devices working in coordination; (now) especially a lawnmower for cutting large areas of grass, consisting of a number of linked mowers towed behind a tractor or other vehicle.
A punch capable of punching holes or perforations into multiple objects (especially cards) in one operation.
A person who rides on the trains of an underground railway (especially in a mine), and has responsibility for giving signals, operating couplings and track switches, etc.
A member of a gang of robbers; specifically = dacoit.
A set of two or more switches in separate circuits but mechanically linked so that they operate simultaneously.
A system of organizing labour by which tasks are allotted to workers according to their ability, thus ensuring greater efficiency.
An instance of gang tackling.
(Of a number of players) to tackle (the ball carrier) together; also figurative and in extended use.
A tattoo featuring the name or insignia of a street gang.
A member of a gang of labourers.
A measure of arable land based on the area able to be tilled by one plough with a team of horses or oxen in the year, varying in extent according to the type of plough used, the nature of the ground, etc.
A body of men employed to enlist men forcibly into service in the army or navy