Definition of "g-force" [g-force]

  • The force of gravity (noun)
  • The acceleration of a body, relative to the freefall acceleration due to any local gravitational field, expressed in multiples of g0 (the mean acceleration due to gravity at the Earth's surface). (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "g-force" in a sentence
  • "If that's not enough, Under Armour provided some of this year's prospects with a William Gibson-tastic shirt called the E39, which transmits real-time g-force and breathing and heart-rate numbers."
  • "The plane started to lift, and the g-force pressed me back against the seat."
  • "My favorite part of this car is actually the performance-data display on the center LCD screen, a series of 11 configurable panels with graphical readouts for throttle position, brake force, yaw rate, front/rear torque distribution, steering angle, lateral, longitudinal and total g-force, among others."