gage
noun
1. (archaic) (token of promise) 
The knight left his ring at the castle as a gage that he would return with the princess unharmed.El caballero dejó su anillo en el castillo como garantía de que volvería con la princesa ilesa.
2. (fruit) 
I don't think those plums are ripe. - They are. They look green because they're gages.No creo que esas ciruelas estén maduras. - Sí, lo están. Se ven verdes por que son ciruelas claudias.
gage
gage [ɡeɪdʒ]
noun
transitive verb
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