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gird

  • EN [ ɡɜːd]
  • US [ ɡɜːrd]
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English definition

    Verb

  • 1. prepare oneself for a military confrontation;

    • "The U.S. is girding for a conflict in the Middle East"
    • "troops are building up on the Iraqui border"
  • 2. encircle or bind;

    • "Trees girded the green fields"
  • 3. put a girdle on or around;

    • "gird your loins"
  • 4. bind with something round or circular

Example sentences

  • Gird your loins, sharpen your steel, you will soon be tested.

  • A standard switchyard connects the coilPCS to the utility gird.

  • Can the British gird up their loins and move ahead?

  • Gird the loins of your mind.

  • Gird yourself for the battle, he thought.

  • I shall not gird at realism.

  • I shall never gird at realism.

  • Acts 12:8 And the angel said to him, Gird yourself and tie on your sandals.

  • Gird thy sword upon thy thigh , O most mighty, with thy glory and thy majesty.

  • KJV Gird thy sword upon thy thigh , O most mighty, with thy glory and thy majesty.

  • Gird your sword upon your side, O mighty one ; clothe yourself with splendor and majesty.

  • If you are serious about building wealth, gird your loins and be prepared to put in.

  • Now gird up your loins like a man; I will ask you, and you instruct Me.

  • Gird Your sword on Your thigh, O Mighty One, In Your splendor and Your majesty!

  • NIV Gird your sword upon your side, O mighty one ; clothe yourself with splendor and majesty.

Phrase collocation

  • gird (up) one's loins

    prepare and strengthen oneself for what is to come

  • gird oneself for

    prepare oneself for (dangerous or difficult future actions)

  • gird (up) (one's) loins

    To summon up one's inner resources in preparation for action.

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