chunder


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chunder

(ˈtʃʌndə)
vb (intr)
to vomit
n
vomit
[C20: of uncertain origin]

chunder


Past participle: chundered
Gerund: chundering

Imperative
chunder
chunder
Present
I chunder
you chunder
he/she/it chunders
we chunder
you chunder
they chunder
Preterite
I chundered
you chundered
he/she/it chundered
we chundered
you chundered
they chundered
Present Continuous
I am chundering
you are chundering
he/she/it is chundering
we are chundering
you are chundering
they are chundering
Present Perfect
I have chundered
you have chundered
he/she/it has chundered
we have chundered
you have chundered
they have chundered
Past Continuous
I was chundering
you were chundering
he/she/it was chundering
we were chundering
you were chundering
they were chundering
Past Perfect
I had chundered
you had chundered
he/she/it had chundered
we had chundered
you had chundered
they had chundered
Future
I will chunder
you will chunder
he/she/it will chunder
we will chunder
you will chunder
they will chunder
Future Perfect
I will have chundered
you will have chundered
he/she/it will have chundered
we will have chundered
you will have chundered
they will have chundered
Future Continuous
I will be chundering
you will be chundering
he/she/it will be chundering
we will be chundering
you will be chundering
they will be chundering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been chundering
you have been chundering
he/she/it has been chundering
we have been chundering
you have been chundering
they have been chundering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been chundering
you will have been chundering
he/she/it will have been chundering
we will have been chundering
you will have been chundering
they will have been chundering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been chundering
you had been chundering
he/she/it had been chundering
we had been chundering
you had been chundering
they had been chundering
Conditional
I would chunder
you would chunder
he/she/it would chunder
we would chunder
you would chunder
they would chunder
Past Conditional
I would have chundered
you would have chundered
he/she/it would have chundered
we would have chundered
you would have chundered
they would have chundered
Translations

chunder

vi (inf)kotzen (sl)
References in classic literature ?
as far as a certain house with a red- painted veranda, behind that which was the old theatre in the Lower Bazar, and whispered through the shutters: "Hurree Chunder Mookerjee bore the bad news of last month", that boy might take away a belt full of rupees.
Of all the boys hurrying back to St Xavier's, from Sukkur in the sands to Galle beneath the palms, none was so filled with virtue as Kimball O'Rara, jiggeting down to Umballa behind Hurree Chunder Mookerjee, whose name on the books of one section of the Ethnological Survey was R.
But as it was occasionally inexpedient to carry about measuring-chains a boy would do well to know the precise length of his own foot-pace, so that when he was deprived of what Hurree Chunder called adventitious aids' he might still tread his distances.
Angell's inC/ating cheeks quickly made it clear that his earlier chunder wasn't an isolated incident.
Has he had enough of customers vomiting and wants to see them chunder instead?
Think more scary rides chucking teenagers upside down so they chunder up their Nando's extra-hot wings, while blasting shouty house music so you can't hear yourself think (wow, proper old person thoughts, said out loud and everything).
s "Kadambini" relocates this subject to the schoolroom, reproducing the playful, broken exchanges between an American teacher and her Indian student, complete with the author's diacritical marks, use of the vernacular, and footnoted translations; the politics of cultural translation emerge in poetic responses to the 1857-58 rebellion from Govin Chunder Dutt ("To Lord Canning"), Mary Eliza Leslie (from Sorrows, Aspirations, and Legends), and Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall (Retrospection); finally, the close juxtaposition of poems from Tagore and Rudyard Kipling allows for a rich discussion of poetry's multiple social functions in the period of late colonialism.
Imagine the Queen's face being the last thing you see before you chunder.
Chunder and colleagues (2) report on their study to determine wound complication rates following the use of suture materials and staples for skin closure.
Minor characters explicitly denied the white man's privileged access to the "souls" of others are peppered throughout the novel, but this point is made most bluntly and repetitively through the attempts of Kim's Bengali mentor, Hurree Chunder Mookerjee, to master English science and literature.
In 1869, Govin Chunder (who had converted to Christianity) took his family to Europe and Toru was admitted to a school in France, the only school that she ever attended.
On 1903, Indian scientist, Jagadis Chunder Bose, presentates his experiences about work with plant in this category.