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Definition of "ged" []

  • The European pike. (noun)
  • General educational development

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Use "ged" in a sentence
  • "So check out the Twitter stream tag ged #pdf2008 on Summize."
  • "The Hebrew word gedîlîm means literally "twisted cords"; çîçîth would be best translated by"
  • "But Heckman has concluded that graduate equivalency degrees confer almost no benefit, because ged holders, who are presumably equally intelligent, tend to be "wise guys" who lack attentiveness and discipline."