Crossword clues for gmt
- Prime meridian hrs.
- See 63-Across
- Setting for BBC reports, in brief
- Certain world std.
- Zero-deg. setting
- World clock std.
- BBC std.
- Clock-setting standard: Abbr.
- BBC World Service std.
- The local time at the 0 meridian passing through Greenwich, England
- It is the same everywhere
- Time based on a Lon. borough
- U.K. time
- Basis of std. time
- Clock-setting std.
- All clocks are set by it: Abbr.
- Prime meridian std.
- Clock standard: Abbr.
- Clock std.
- Intl. standard
- Chronometric inits.
- You can set your watch by it: Abbr.
- Frequent abbr. in BBC announcements
- Zulu, in the military: Abbr.
- Chronometric std.
- London hrs.
- Clock setting at 0 degrees longitude: Abbr.
- Std. in chronometry
GMT may mean:
- Greenwich Mean Time
- General American Transportation Corporation (GATX), a company which uses GMT as its stock symbol.
- Generic Mapping Tools in graphical computing
- Geometric measure theory
- Giant Magellan Telescope a ground-based telescope planned for completion in 2025.
- G:MT - Greenwich Mean Time, a 1999 film
- GMT Games is a California-based gaming publisher founded in 1990.
- GMT (TV series), a news television programme on the BBC World News channel
- GMT Records, an imprint/sub-label of Aozora Records
- Goodman, Martinez, Thompson correlation, a correlation between the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar and the Julian calendar
- Granite Mountain Air Station near Nome, Alaska (IATA airport code GMT)
- Great Melbourne Telescope
- Grosmont railway station, England; National Rail station code GMT
- Guy McCoy Tormé, a British rock-band
- Glycine/sarcosine N-methyltransferase, an enzyme
- Grand Moff Tarkin
GMT is a news programme on BBC World News which premiered on 1 February 2010. The programme's main presenter is George Alagiah, with Stephen Sackur as a relief presenter. Each programme begins with the presenter giving the headlines, then turning to the first story, giving the time in that part of the world. But the programme does not emphasize 'headlines' from BBC World News. 'GMT' apparently refers to Greenwich Mean Time, as the programme commences at 12 noon G.M.T. in London.