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gain pronunciación
verb (gained , gaining )
1 to get, obtain or earn (something desirable).
2 to win (especially a victory or prize).
3 to have or experience an increase in something gain speed .
4 intr (usu gain by or from something) to benefit or profit from it.
5 intr (usu gain on someone or something) to come closer to them or it; to catch them up.
6 tr & intr said of a clock, etc: to go too fast by (a specified amount of time).
7 to reach (a place), especially after difficulties.
noun
1 (often gains) something gained, eg profit.
2 an increase, eg in weight.
3 an instance of gaining.
4 telecomm the ratio of output to input voltage in an amplifier.
[15c: from French gaaignier to earn, gain or till (land)]
gain ground to make progress or win an advantage.
gain time to get extra time for something through a delay or postponement.


gainful
adjective
1 profitable.
2 said of employment: paid.
gainfully adverb .


gainsay
verb (gainsays , gainsaid , gainsaying ) formal to deny or contradict.
[13c: from Anglo-Saxon gean against + sayen to say]
gainsayer noun .


gainst or 'gainst
preposition , poetic against.
[16c]


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