bock

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bock

(bok; bəʊk)
vb, n
(Pathology) a variant spelling of boke

bock


Past participle: bocked
Gerund: bocking

Imperative
bock
bock
Present
I bock
you bock
he/she/it bocks
we bock
you bock
they bock
Preterite
I bocked
you bocked
he/she/it bocked
we bocked
you bocked
they bocked
Present Continuous
I am bocking
you are bocking
he/she/it is bocking
we are bocking
you are bocking
they are bocking
Present Perfect
I have bocked
you have bocked
he/she/it has bocked
we have bocked
you have bocked
they have bocked
Past Continuous
I was bocking
you were bocking
he/she/it was bocking
we were bocking
you were bocking
they were bocking
Past Perfect
I had bocked
you had bocked
he/she/it had bocked
we had bocked
you had bocked
they had bocked
Future
I will bock
you will bock
he/she/it will bock
we will bock
you will bock
they will bock
Future Perfect
I will have bocked
you will have bocked
he/she/it will have bocked
we will have bocked
you will have bocked
they will have bocked
Future Continuous
I will be bocking
you will be bocking
he/she/it will be bocking
we will be bocking
you will be bocking
they will be bocking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been bocking
you have been bocking
he/she/it has been bocking
we have been bocking
you have been bocking
they have been bocking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been bocking
you will have been bocking
he/she/it will have been bocking
we will have been bocking
you will have been bocking
they will have been bocking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been bocking
you had been bocking
he/she/it had been bocking
we had been bocking
you had been bocking
they had been bocking
Conditional
I would bock
you would bock
he/she/it would bock
we would bock
you would bock
they would bock
Past Conditional
I would have bocked
you would have bocked
he/she/it would have bocked
we would have bocked
you would have bocked
they would have bocked
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Noun1.bock - a very strong lager traditionally brewed in the fall and aged through the winter for consumption in the spring
lager beer, lager - a general term for beer made with bottom fermenting yeast (usually by decoction mashing); originally it was brewed in March or April and matured until September
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2: "master gorge manninge i thinke you [integral] ffor your bocke | Mary buckmor" (sig.
2009; le Coq, Bocke, Bezemer, Colland, & van Eijk, 2000; Sawyer et al.
32) Simon Forman, "The Bocke of Plaies and Notes therof per formane for Common Policie," passage reprinted in The Riverside Shakespeare, Appendix C, no.