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1.
(Originally referred to the American film-rating system, in which "G" stands for "general admission".)

1. Appropriate for all ages, with no offensive content such as violence, drug use, profanity, or sex acts.

2. Sanitized or altered to remove offensive content.
1. Just because a movie is G-rated, that doesn't mean it's a kiddie show: ever see _The Sound of Music_?

2. I'd better tell you the G-rated version of what went on at the school dance; my mom is probably listening in!
by Ingeborg S. Nordén May 03, 2006
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2.
In reference to fooling around but never fully 'rounding the bases'. Often used to validate otherwise off limits first date behavior as wholesome or clean behavior.
Then Steve said "But Katy, they're only hands...its strictly G Rated"
by Ashley April 16, 2005
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3.
To be very mad (or annoyed)
Person 1: My mom yelled at me yesterday..
Person 2: She was grated, huh?
by JGMB October 03, 2010
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4.
The after effect of smoking weed. It is almost like a weed hangover, the feeling of lazyness, dry mouth and just general lethargy.
Raaah, those zoots were so strong man, I'm grated
by South London Cro Smoker January 07, 2011
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5.
Used when someone else has been insulted. Origin: comes from the fact that insults grate the insultee.
Twat 1: That's what your mum said!
Twat 2: Grated
Insultee: Grow up!
by DraganLal March 11, 2012
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6.
to be utterly irritated by a machination of an original tongue or way of life in to a new, hybrid with a lack of identity.
I saw in an essay today somebody write hostel instead of hostile typically ignoring the original meaning which lead to a feeling of resentment which really grated me.
by Birdy1985 June 10, 2010
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7.
When during the act of a blowjob the teeth act upon the phallus in a way similar to that of a cheese grater.
man, lindsay really grated the crap out of me, but when I asked her to use less teeth, she stormed out..
by THEGRATEONE March 11, 2011
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