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hade

 (hād)
n. Geology
The angle of inclination from the vertical of a vein, fault, or lode.

[Origin unknown.]

hade

(heɪd) geology
n
(Geological Science) the angle made to the vertical by the plane of a fault or vein
vb
(Geological Science) obsolete (intr) (of faults or veins) to incline from the vertical
[C18: of unknown origin]

hade


Past participle: haded
Gerund: hading

Imperative
hade
hade
Present
I hade
you hade
he/she/it hades
we hade
you hade
they hade
Preterite
I haded
you haded
he/she/it haded
we haded
you haded
they haded
Present Continuous
I am hading
you are hading
he/she/it is hading
we are hading
you are hading
they are hading
Present Perfect
I have haded
you have haded
he/she/it has haded
we have haded
you have haded
they have haded
Past Continuous
I was hading
you were hading
he/she/it was hading
we were hading
you were hading
they were hading
Past Perfect
I had haded
you had haded
he/she/it had haded
we had haded
you had haded
they had haded
Future
I will hade
you will hade
he/she/it will hade
we will hade
you will hade
they will hade
Future Perfect
I will have haded
you will have haded
he/she/it will have haded
we will have haded
you will have haded
they will have haded
Future Continuous
I will be hading
you will be hading
he/she/it will be hading
we will be hading
you will be hading
they will be hading
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been hading
you have been hading
he/she/it has been hading
we have been hading
you have been hading
they have been hading
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been hading
you will have been hading
he/she/it will have been hading
we will have been hading
you will have been hading
they will have been hading
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been hading
you had been hading
he/she/it had been hading
we had been hading
you had been hading
they had been hading
Conditional
I would hade
you would hade
he/she/it would hade
we would hade
you would hade
they would hade
Past Conditional
I would have haded
you would have haded
he/she/it would have haded
we would have haded
you would have haded
they would have haded
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