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prog

(prɒɡ)
vb, progs, progging or progged
(intr) slang or dialect Brit to prowl about for or as if for food or plunder
n
1. slang or dialect Brit food obtained by begging
2. (Cookery) dialect Canadian a Newfoundland word for food
[C17: of unknown origin]

prog

(prɒɡ)
n
(Education) short for proctor1
vb, progs, progging or progged
(Education) (tr) (of a proctor) to discipline (a student)

prog

(prɒɡ)
n
(Broadcasting) informal short for programme, esp a television programme

prog

(prɒg)

v. progged, prog•ging,
n. Brit. Slang. v.i.
1. to prowl about, as for food; forage.
n.
2. food or victuals.
[1615–25; orig. uncertain]

Prog.

Progressive.

prog.

1. progress.
2. progressive.

prog


Past participle: progged
Gerund: progging

Imperative
prog
prog
Present
I prog
you prog
he/she/it progs
we prog
you prog
they prog
Preterite
I progged
you progged
he/she/it progged
we progged
you progged
they progged
Present Continuous
I am progging
you are progging
he/she/it is progging
we are progging
you are progging
they are progging
Present Perfect
I have progged
you have progged
he/she/it has progged
we have progged
you have progged
they have progged
Past Continuous
I was progging
you were progging
he/she/it was progging
we were progging
you were progging
they were progging
Past Perfect
I had progged
you had progged
he/she/it had progged
we had progged
you had progged
they had progged
Future
I will prog
you will prog
he/she/it will prog
we will prog
you will prog
they will prog
Future Perfect
I will have progged
you will have progged
he/she/it will have progged
we will have progged
you will have progged
they will have progged
Future Continuous
I will be progging
you will be progging
he/she/it will be progging
we will be progging
you will be progging
they will be progging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been progging
you have been progging
he/she/it has been progging
we have been progging
you have been progging
they have been progging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been progging
you will have been progging
he/she/it will have been progging
we will have been progging
you will have been progging
they will have been progging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been progging
you had been progging
he/she/it had been progging
we had been progging
you had been progging
they had been progging
Conditional
I would prog
you would prog
he/she/it would prog
we would prog
you would prog
they would prog
Past Conditional
I would have progged
you would have progged
he/she/it would have progged
we would have progged
you would have progged
they would have progged
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