Meaning of GEL in English
(~s, ~ling, ~led)
Note: The spelling 'jell' is usually used in American English and is sometimes used in British English for meanings 1 and 2.
If people ~ with each other, or if two groups of people ~, they work well together because their skills and personalities fit together well.
They have ~led very well with the rest of the side...
There were signs on Saturday that the team is starting to ~ at last...
Their partnership ~led and scriptwriting for television followed.
V-RECIP: V with n, V, V (non-recip)
If a vague shape, thought, or creation ~s, it becomes clearer or more definite.
Even if her interpretation has not yet ~led into a satisfying whole, she displays real musicianship...
It was not until 1974 that his ability to write ~led again.
VERB: V into n, V
Gel is a thick jelly-like substance, especially one used to keep your hair in a particular style.
Collins COBUILD. Толковый словарь английского языка для изучающих язык Коллинз COBUILD (международная база данных языков Бирмингемского университета) . 2012