gunge

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gunge

 (gŭnj) Chiefly British Slang
n.
A thick, sticky, messy substance; goo.
tr. & intr.v. gunged, gung·ing, gung·es
To clog or become clogged with gunge. Often used with up.

[Perhaps alteration of goo or gunk.]

gun′gy adj.

gunge

(ɡʌndʒ)
n
sticky, rubbery, or congealed matter
vb
(foll by: up) to block or encrust with gunge; clog
[C20: of imitative origin, perhaps influenced by goo and sponge]
ˈgungy adj

gunge


Past participle: gunged
Gerund: gunging

Imperative
gunge
gunge
Present
I gunge
you gunge
he/she/it gunges
we gunge
you gunge
they gunge
Preterite
I gunged
you gunged
he/she/it gunged
we gunged
you gunged
they gunged
Present Continuous
I am gunging
you are gunging
he/she/it is gunging
we are gunging
you are gunging
they are gunging
Present Perfect
I have gunged
you have gunged
he/she/it has gunged
we have gunged
you have gunged
they have gunged
Past Continuous
I was gunging
you were gunging
he/she/it was gunging
we were gunging
you were gunging
they were gunging
Past Perfect
I had gunged
you had gunged
he/she/it had gunged
we had gunged
you had gunged
they had gunged
Future
I will gunge
you will gunge
he/she/it will gunge
we will gunge
you will gunge
they will gunge
Future Perfect
I will have gunged
you will have gunged
he/she/it will have gunged
we will have gunged
you will have gunged
they will have gunged
Future Continuous
I will be gunging
you will be gunging
he/she/it will be gunging
we will be gunging
you will be gunging
they will be gunging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been gunging
you have been gunging
he/she/it has been gunging
we have been gunging
you have been gunging
they have been gunging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been gunging
you will have been gunging
he/she/it will have been gunging
we will have been gunging
you will have been gunging
they will have been gunging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been gunging
you had been gunging
he/she/it had been gunging
we had been gunging
you had been gunging
they had been gunging
Conditional
I would gunge
you would gunge
he/she/it would gunge
we would gunge
you would gunge
they would gunge
Past Conditional
I would have gunged
you would have gunged
he/she/it would have gunged
we would have gunged
you would have gunged
they would have gunged
Translations

gunge

[gʌndʒ]
A. Nmugre f
B. VT to gunge upatascar, obstruir

gunge

[ˈgʌndʒ] n (British) (= gunk) → pâte f visqueuse

gunge

n (Brit inf) → klebriges or schmieriges Zeug (inf)

gunge

[gʌndʒ] n (fam) → pappa schifosa
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