gain

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(gān )


1. To increase in weight, strength, or health.
2. In electronics, the amplification factor for a given circuit or device.
3. The real or imagined positive effect of an action or situation. For example, an illness might allow a person to put off going to school or meeting some other obligation such as a court appearance.

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(gān )


1. To increase in weight, strength, or health.
2. In electronics, the amplification factor for a given circuit or device.
3. The real or imagined positive effect of an action or situation. For example, an illness might allow a person to put off going to school or meeting some other obligation such as a court appearance.

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