Noun. 1. A toothed wheel.
2. A group of items used in an activity; equipment.
Verb. 1. To equip with gears. 2. To connect with gears. 3. To adjust so as to satisfy something.
Noun. 1. I'm always grinding the gears in my transmission.
2. Get that fishing gear together.
Verb. 1. Did you gear that machine right?
2. I've geared down the wheels to provide more speed.
3. My magazine is geared toward a young audience.
by Antinous September 11, 2003
A slang term for steroids.
That dude is huge i wonder how much gear hes on?
by Chi-Chi January 29, 2004
Commonly used in the UK and some regions of the US to refer to heroin and the necessary supplies, such as the needle, spoon, cotton, etc.
"Yeah, that dude died after shooting gear that was more pure than usual."

OR

"Don't share gear unless you want AIDS, yo."
by junkiemonkey July 01, 2005
any type of clothing that you wear.
Dude, you got some kick ass gear!
by CKYJesus June 21, 2003
Vernacular for a drug of choice.
Bring some gear with you when you come over.
by Dan Fox August 14, 2003
This is a word from the "British Invasion" in pop music circa 1962. Along with "Groovy" and "Fab". It meant cool and in style and was used by the "Mods" in London.
by Sliceolife August 21, 2003
To play Gears of war, or take part in a gears match online
Hey want to gears it up tonight
by Dustin Diamonds September 08, 2007
Slang term for steroids
"Man, he's gotten totally buffed! Do you think he's using gear?"
by MadDog182 October 02, 2003

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