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  1. (verb, contact) clean in preparation for inspection

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Hypernyms: clean, clean house, houseclean

Origin of the word G.i.

  1. 1936 (adj.), Amer.Eng., apparently an abbreviation of Government Issue, applied to anything associated with servicemen. Transferred sense to "soldiers" during World War II (first recorded 1943) is from the jocular notion that the men themselves were manufactured by the government. An earlier G.I. was an abbreviation of Galvanized Iron in G.I. can, a … more

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