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1.
gel
A postive word used when people get on well with eachother and therefore connect.
"Me and Paul get on well. We gel."
dodane przez CS styczeń 08, 2004
 
2.
gel
to leave or exit
"We're going to a party, wanna come?"

"Sure, let's gel."
dodane przez Zeke Upton wrzesień 11, 2011
 
3.
Greatly Effective Lube
Did you try the G.E.L. last night? it worked really well
dodane przez the Acronym guy sierpień 08, 2009
 
4.
acronym for "Gym. Eat. Laundry"; typically intended as a replacement for GTL ("Gym Tan Laundry") by those who do not tam, including gingers and people of color; most suitable acronym for proper guidos and applicable guidettes.
Friend 1: What's up this morning, my guid bro?

Friend: G.E.L., baby, G.E.L!
dodane przez bbcdude październik 12, 2010
 
5.
gel
a piece of colored plastic polymer used to color stage lights
she put a gel into a frame and then into a leeko and we had color
dodane przez the lighting guy #3 kwiecień 13, 2009
 
6.
gel
Girl in cockney pronunciation.
There's boys and gels, and wimmin, an' unfit blokes like me,
Sloggin' ev'ry day, right through the year!
dodane przez sandy_kil grudzień 14, 2005
 
7.
gel
Romany Gypsy word, meaning to go, or to leave. Romany is not a written language, so the exact spelling is not certain. Often used in conjunction with the word 'on', and can be used as an equivilent to 'fuck off' - i.e. 'gel-on'.
Used mainly by Romany Gypsys rather than Irish Gypsys, especially in the south of England.
"We found a stopping place but had to gel when the gavvers turned up."

"I swear boy if you don't gel-on you'll get yourself hurt."

"Your gunna have to gel bruv, me old man's on his way back and he's on the warpath."
dodane przez The only Gypsy with the internet kwiecień 03, 2006