gel


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01. It took a while for the class to [gel], but the students are really supportive of each other now.
02. John Lennon and Paul McCartney [gelled] from the time they first met and together wrote some of the greatest pop songs of their generation.
03. We have a few ideas that are starting to [gel], but nothing really solid as of yet.
04. Matt only joined the team a week ago, but he seems to have [gelled] well with the other players.
05. She had so much [gel] in her hair that it was as hard as a rock.
06. I don't like the feeling of [gel] in a girl's hair. I prefer hair that's soft, even if it's sometimes messy, rather than hair that is all glued into place.
07. The team is made up of a bunch of individuals who just haven't [gelled], so they lose most of their games because they don't work together.
08. His hair was so stiff with [gel] that it wouldn't have moved in a hurricane!
09. Patrice's ideas will [gel] well with the aims of our project.
10. Plans for the project have really [gelled] over the last few days, and I think we are ready to proceed.
11. After our ESL classes start, we try to move any students who have been misplaced quickly before the students have time to [gell] with their classmates.
12. The script for the movie never quite [gelled], and the idea was eventually shelved.
13. It is important that our development team [gel] as a group because they can be more creative and productive if they work together.
14. A plan [gelled] in my mind while I was sitting on the bus this morning.
15. We put the pudding in the fridge to [gel] for a couple of hours.
16. The fat in the soup [gelled] as it cooled, forming a layer of scum on the surface.
17. We've only been working together for a short time, but already some interesting ideas are beginning to [gel].
18. The plan really [gelled] once we all had a chance to talk about it.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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  • gel — gel …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • gel — [ ʒɛl ] n. m. • giel 1080; rare du XVIe au XIXe; lat. gelu 1 ♦ Temps de gelée. Persistance, rigueur du gel. « Un matin de gel, où les traîneaux glissaient » (Apollinaire). 2 ♦ Congélation des eaux (et de la vapeur d eau atmosphérique). ⇒ givre,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • gel-1 —     gel 1     English meaning: “to curl; round, *gland, growth, ball, fathom, arm”     Deutsche Übersetzung: “ballen, sich ballen; Gerundetes, Kugeliges” etc     Material: evidence for the unadjusted root form are seldom and partly very doubtful …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • gel — GEL, geluri, s.n. (chim.) Substanţă coloidală cu consistenţă vâscoasă şi însuşiri specifice deopotrivă lichidelor şi solidelor. – Din fr. gel. Trimis de gall, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX 98  GEL s. (chim.) 1. (pop.) piftie. 2. gel de silice =… …   Dicționar Român

  • Gel — [ge:l], das; s, e, ugs. auch: s: einer Creme ähnliches, fettfreies Mittel zur Körperpflege: bei Sonnenbrand hilft es, ein kühlendes Gel aufzutragen; hast du Gel in den Haaren? Zus.: Duschgel, Haargel. * * * Gel 〈n. 11; Chem.〉 gallertartige Lösung …   Universal-Lexikon

  • gel — gèl s.m.inv. 1. TS chim. fase solida o semisolida di un colloide, formatasi per raffreddamento o per aggiunta di sostanze gelificanti 2a. CO sostanza gelatinosa impiegata nella fabbricazione di medicinali o cosmetici: un dopobarba in gel; anche… …   Dizionario italiano

  • gel — gȅl m <N mn ovi> DEFINICIJA kem. koloidna homogena tvar, ob. poluprozirna i želatinozne konzistencije koja se koristi za neke kozmetičke i higijenske proizvode [gel za učvršćivanje kose; zubna pasta u gelu; gel za brijanje] ETIMOLOGIJA njem …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • gel — sustantivo masculino 1. (no contable) Jabón líquido usado para el aseo: Uso un gel de baño con olor a jazmín. 2. Área: química Mezcla de un líquido y una materia coloidal, muy utilizada en farmacia y cosmética: Muchos medicamentos se presentan… …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • gel — [1] ► NOUN 1) a jelly like substance containing a cosmetic, medicinal, or other preparation. 2) Chemistry a semi solid colloidal suspension of a solid dispersed in a liquid. ► VERB (gelled, gelling) 1) Chemistry form into a gel. 2) …   English terms dictionary

  • gel — /dʒɛl/ s.m. [da gel(atina )], invar. 1. (chim.) [fase semisolida di un sistema colloidale] ▶◀ gelo. 2. [sostanza colloidale usata per dare forma alla capigliatura e fissare la piega] ▶◀ gelatina, gommina. ‖ brillantina. ⇑ fissativo, fissatore …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • gel — (n.) 1899, as a chemical term, short for GELATIN (Cf. gelatin) and perhaps influenced by jell. The invention of this word is credited to Scottish chemist Thomas Graham (1805 1869). Hair styling sense is from 1958. The verb meaning to become a gel …   Etymology dictionary


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