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gang1 US English

An organized group of criminals

gang2 US English

Go; proceed

gang US Thesaurus

a gang of tough-looking boys

gang together in gang1 US English

(Of a number of people) form a group or gang

gang rape US English

The rape of one person by a group of other people

gang show US English

A locally produced variety show performed annually by members of the Scout and Guide Association

chain gang US English

A group of convicts chained together while working outside the prison

gang agley US English

(Of a plan) go wrong

gang fight US English

A fight between rival gangs of youths or criminals

gang leader US English

The leader of a criminal gang

press gang US English

A body of men employed to enlist men forcibly into service in the army or navy

razor gang US English

A parliamentary committee established to examine ways of reducing public expenditure

Stern Gang US English

A militant Zionist group that campaigned in Palestine during the 1940s for the creation of a Jewish state. Founded by Avraham Stern (1907–42) as an offshoot of Irgun, the group assassinated the British Minister for the Middle East, Lord Moyne, and Count Folke Bernadotte (1895–1948), the UN mediator for Palestine

press gang New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, hyphen as verb)

section gang US English

A crew of railroad workers responsible for maintaining a particular section of track

Gang of Four US English

(In China) a group of four associates, including Mao Zedong’s wife, involved in implementing the Cultural Revolution. They were among the groups competing for power on Mao’s death in 1976, but were arrested and imprisoned

gang up in gang1 US English

(Of a number of people) join together, typically in order to intimidate someone

gang agley in gang2 US English

(Of a plan) go wrong

press-gang someone into in press gang US English

Force someone to do something

gangbang US English

The successive rape of one person by a group of other people

gangbanging in gangbang US English

The violent activities of a criminal gang

gangplank US English

A movable plank used as a ramp to board or disembark from a ship or boat