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1.
gel
A postive word used when people get on well with eachother and therefore connect.
"Me and Paul get on well. We gel."
ayon kay CS ika-08 ng Enero, 2004
 
2.
gel
to leave or exit
"We're going to a party, wanna come?"

"Sure, let's gel."
ayon kay Zeke Upton ika-11 ng Setyembre, 2011
 
3.
Greatly Effective Lube
Did you try the G.E.L. last night? it worked really well
ayon kay the Acronym guy ika-08 ng Agosto, 2009
 
4.
acronym for "Gym. Eat. Laundry"; typically intended as a replacement for GTL ("Gym Tan Laundry") by those who do not tam, including gingers and people of color; most suitable acronym for proper guidos and applicable guidettes.
Friend 1: What's up this morning, my guid bro?

Friend: G.E.L., baby, G.E.L!
ayon kay bbcdude ika-12 ng Oktubre, 2010
 
5.
gel
a piece of colored plastic polymer used to color stage lights
she put a gel into a frame and then into a leeko and we had color
ayon kay the lighting guy #3 ika-13 ng Abril, 2009
 
6.
gel
Girl in cockney pronunciation.
There's boys and gels, and wimmin, an' unfit blokes like me,
Sloggin' ev'ry day, right through the year!
ayon kay sandy_kil ika-14 ng Disyembre, 2005
 
7.
gel
Romany Gypsy word, meaning to go, or to leave. Romany is not a written language, so the exact spelling is not certain. Often used in conjunction with the word 'on', and can be used as an equivilent to 'fuck off' - i.e. 'gel-on'.
Used mainly by Romany Gypsys rather than Irish Gypsys, especially in the south of England.
"We found a stopping place but had to gel when the gavvers turned up."

"I swear boy if you don't gel-on you'll get yourself hurt."

"Your gunna have to gel bruv, me old man's on his way back and he's on the warpath."
ayon kay The only Gypsy with the internet ika-03 ng Abril, 2006