Definition of gent
He's a nice gent.
They are nice gents.
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|Definitions include: to sacrifice one's principles for financial gain.|
|Definitions include: "Alzheimer's disease".|
|Definitions include: Musician's slang for a wrong note.|
|Definitions include: to give off excessive negativity and disrespect.|
|Definitions include: a Caucasian.|
|Definitions include: inadequate or displeasing.|
|Definitions include: to masturbate.|
|Definitions include: a contented person.|
|Definitions include: interested in someone romantically.|
|Definitions include: a lot of talk; "babble".|
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