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dup

(dʌp)
vb, dups, dupping or dupped
(tr) archaic or dialect to open
[C16: contraction of do1 + up]

DUP

(in Northern Ireland) abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Democratic Unionist Party

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Past participle: dupped
Gerund: dupping

Imperative
dup
dup
Present
I dup
you dup
he/she/it dups
we dup
you dup
they dup
Preterite
I dupped
you dupped
he/she/it dupped
we dupped
you dupped
they dupped
Present Continuous
I am dupping
you are dupping
he/she/it is dupping
we are dupping
you are dupping
they are dupping
Present Perfect
I have dupped
you have dupped
he/she/it has dupped
we have dupped
you have dupped
they have dupped
Past Continuous
I was dupping
you were dupping
he/she/it was dupping
we were dupping
you were dupping
they were dupping
Past Perfect
I had dupped
you had dupped
he/she/it had dupped
we had dupped
you had dupped
they had dupped
Future
I will dup
you will dup
he/she/it will dup
we will dup
you will dup
they will dup
Future Perfect
I will have dupped
you will have dupped
he/she/it will have dupped
we will have dupped
you will have dupped
they will have dupped
Future Continuous
I will be dupping
you will be dupping
he/she/it will be dupping
we will be dupping
you will be dupping
they will be dupping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dupping
you have been dupping
he/she/it has been dupping
we have been dupping
you have been dupping
they have been dupping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dupping
you will have been dupping
he/she/it will have been dupping
we will have been dupping
you will have been dupping
they will have been dupping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dupping
you had been dupping
he/she/it had been dupping
we had been dupping
you had been dupping
they had been dupping
Conditional
I would dup
you would dup
he/she/it would dup
we would dup
you would dup
they would dup
Past Conditional
I would have dupped
you would have dupped
he/she/it would have dupped
we would have dupped
you would have dupped
they would have dupped
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She said the DUP felt the text presented to them would have "boxed them into a corner" and they pulled the plug leaving Prime Minister Theresa May humiliated and hopes of a deal in tatters.
Lord Patten told ITV's Peston on Sunday: "The DUP is a toxic brand and the Conservative Party has got itself back in to the situation where there's a danger of it looking like the 'Nasty Party', to borrow from Theresa May.
The DUP hit out at May last night as talks between the two sides dragged on for a 12th day.
The DUP is urging the government to give "greater focus" to the negotiations.
She made clear she was not offering a full coalition with ministerial jobs for DUP MPs, but was seeking a "confidence and supply" arrangement, under which the smaller party would remain outside Government but would ensure its survival by supporting it on financial measures and no-confidence votes.
Event spokeswoman Maia Jones said: "We've organised this protest in reaction to the feeling of fear and shock after the General Election and the prospect of a coalition agreement between the Conservative party and the right-wing extremists the DUP.
The DUP are against same sex marriage and a woman's right to have an abortion.
And it's a perfect reflection of the attitudes the DUP likes to represent: careful, canny, frugal, happy to look the part and humbly do the duty.
And the DUP looks after the union of Northern Ireland with Great Britain much like their men look after those good suits.
Asked by the ECHO about the DUP deal, newly re-elected Wirral South MP Alison McGovern said: "That Theresa May failed to get the majority she assumed she was entitled to shows that people in Merseyside and Britain have rejected her risky policies for Brexit, and her cuts to public services.
The Conservative Party's 318 lawmakers and the 10 Westminster seats of the DUP would allow May's minority government to pass legislation more easily.