Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "G"

The meaning of "G" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does to be a G mean?
A: In slang, "G" means a gangster. So it means "to be a gangster".
Q: What does G mean?
A: it doesn't mean anything, its just a letter of the alphabet
Q: What does what's going on, G? mean?
A: G is for gangster.
This expression was used in hip hop first before it became a common expression.
Q: What does G spot ? mean?
A: @luvskinship: Really?

Translations of "G"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? G day mate
A: Hello/Hi/Hey
"G Day mate" is usually an Australian term used to say hello/good morning!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? G
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? G
A: The letter g
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? G
A: The letter G
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? G and J
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Other questions about "G"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce G IDLE.
A: The korean group G-IDLE is pronounced like ‘G IDOL’ 😊
Q: The "G" is a black bug that is unclean, crawls around extremely fast, sometimes flies, and hated by everyone. In Japan, people don't even want to call their names, so we call them "G". Is there an equivalent word for "G" in English? does this sound natural?
A: "and *is* hated by everyone" because you used other verbs before it, i.e., "crawls" and "flies", and you can't put "is" before them, so you have to clarify "is" again before the verb that you can use "is" with.

If you wrote "The "G" is a black bug that is unclean and hated by everyone" you wouldn't need to use "is" again because the first "is" can apply to all the words after it, but not in your original sentence so you have to say it again. I hope my explanation isn't confusing.
Q: G's hat is a flower that falls on her head and looks like a hat.
does this sound natural?
A: The most natural way to say this is "Her hat looks like a flower that has fallen onto her head."
Q: G. does this sound natural?
A: I don't like this story because the king wanted to make money by selling his daughter. During those days, it wasn't uncommon for this to be heard of.
Once the princess learned about it, she decided to leave the castle. The young girl trudged along hoping for freedom. On the way, she met thieves, farmers, poor men and women, and a wise old man. For her, it was a good experience and she understood that people shouldn't be afraid to challenging and crazy things.
Q: G. does this sound natural?
A: Once upon a time, there were two princesses. They lived together in a tower. The princesses were old enough.
A man came, he was working for the elder of the two princesses. But the man happened to be in love with the younger sister, she too knew that.
The elder, enraged, decided to get rid of the younger sister, by killing her.
Perhaps you'd ask me, "Did the elder sister became happy?"
Of course not!
Either way I'd like to say that one shouldn't hurt their own kin.

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