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Often used as an expression to implicate something is over and that the person has failed. It has also been used as an adjective describing something that has happened. =gg has More…

GG

A phrase used after a game or competition is completed. It can be used by the winner to congratulate the loser on a truly good effort, or it can be used by someone who was not part of the More…

gg (2)

Good game. Initially said after a game as a remark of good sportsmanship. Shortened to gg through initialism. Seems to have undergone perjoration, as when it is said condescendingly from More…

gg no re

(acronym of "good game," and "no re" for no remake, a clipping.) A phrase used after the game is over, usually by the victor, to declare his intent to not let the loser More…

gg20

(acronym and analogy) originally meant good game. Now it is used most often sarcastically in any situation to mean “Ah, sorry it’s over, you tried but you failed.” =Student A: “Oh man, I More…

ggnore

(Greeting) a parting message at the end of a competitive (videogame) match, which means “Good Game NO REmatch.” =The word is sarcastically typically by the winners of a competitive, More…


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