excellent, wonderful, just right; often as the gear.
|Mersey Beat 20 Sept.–4 Oct. n.p.: The first time it was pretty rough, but we all had a geer time.|
|Hy Lit’s Unbelievable Dict. of Hip Words 17: (it’s) gear – British expression for anything great, excellent, tough, boss, out-of-sight.|
|Decadence in Decadence and Other Plays (1985) 19: How splendid spiffing whizzo fab and gear.|
|Two of Us 140: There was a Beatles-themed cruise to the Sea of Cortex in Mexico, even a Liverpool-based ‘fab, gear, groovy, cool, out-of-sight corporate teambuilding workshop.’.|