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souk

or suq  (so͞ok, sho͞ok)
n.
A market, or part of a market, in an Arab city.

[Arabic sūq, from Aramaic šuqā, street, market, from Akkadian sūqu, street, from sâqu, to be narrow; see ṣ́yq in Semitic roots.]

souk

(suːk) or

suq

n
(Islam) (in Muslim countries, esp North Africa and the Middle East) an open-air marketplace
[C20: from Arabic sūq]

souk

(suːk)
vb, n
Scot a variant spelling of sook2

souk

or suk or suq

(suk, ʃuk)

n.
(in North Africa and the Middle East) a market or marketplace.
[1920–30; < Arabic suq]

souk


Past participle: souked
Gerund: souking

Imperative
souk
souk
Present
I souk
you souk
he/she/it souks
we souk
you souk
they souk
Preterite
I souked
you souked
he/she/it souked
we souked
you souked
they souked
Present Continuous
I am souking
you are souking
he/she/it is souking
we are souking
you are souking
they are souking
Present Perfect
I have souked
you have souked
he/she/it has souked
we have souked
you have souked
they have souked
Past Continuous
I was souking
you were souking
he/she/it was souking
we were souking
you were souking
they were souking
Past Perfect
I had souked
you had souked
he/she/it had souked
we had souked
you had souked
they had souked
Future
I will souk
you will souk
he/she/it will souk
we will souk
you will souk
they will souk
Future Perfect
I will have souked
you will have souked
he/she/it will have souked
we will have souked
you will have souked
they will have souked
Future Continuous
I will be souking
you will be souking
he/she/it will be souking
we will be souking
you will be souking
they will be souking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been souking
you have been souking
he/she/it has been souking
we have been souking
you have been souking
they have been souking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been souking
you will have been souking
he/she/it will have been souking
we will have been souking
you will have been souking
they will have been souking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been souking
you had been souking
he/she/it had been souking
we had been souking
you had been souking
they had been souking
Conditional
I would souk
you would souk
he/she/it would souk
we would souk
you would souk
they would souk
Past Conditional
I would have souked
you would have souked
he/she/it would have souked
we would have souked
you would have souked
they would have souked
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.souk - an open-air market in an Arabian citysouk - an open-air market in an Arabian city
market square, open-air market, open-air marketplace - a public marketplace where food and merchandise is sold
Translations

souk

[suːk] Nzoco m

souk

suq [ˈsuːk] nsouk m
References in classic literature ?
They come round me an' shuk me, an' I tould thim I was in privit employ wid an income av me own, an' a drrrawin'-room fit to bate the Quane's; an' wid me lies an' me shtories an' nonsinse gin'rally, I kept 'em quiet in wan way an' another, knockin' roun' the camp.
Abdl Wahid who addressed, Sunday, at the government Sexcretariat, in Al-Fasher, a comprehensive meeting including the leaderships of the displaced in Abu Shuk and Al-Salam displaced people camps pointed out to the negative impacts of war on the people of Darfur .
The site was formerly occupied by an Edwardo s restaurant and is where New Land Enterprises LLP and later developers Tim Gokhman and Ann Shuk had planned to build a high-rise apartment development called Bookends.
In recent years, the shuk has been undergoing a major renovation.
The models highlighted the traditional dresses and various tools like Poon, Shuk, Yangkok, Arambai, Shingjang, Potpu Langon, Thumok, Lang and Lei Polang.
Nechama Wasserman, age fifty-seven, had just finished shopping for herring at the Shuk.
Parfois, quelques personnes crient soudainement << un, dos, tres >> ou << shuk, ishkay, kimsa >> (<< un, deux, trois >> respectivement en espagnol et en kichwa).
Etgar, the young man who will grow old in this story to inherit his father's duchan in the shuk and to maintain his father's charitable traditions, will face this dilemma all his life, even though as he grows old the story will fill out.
Heather Stewart, SHUK programme director and creative director of the BFI, said: "Film is an integral part of British culture and SHUK will ensure that we not only safeguard our film heritage for future generations but that everyone in the UK gets the opportunity to enjoy and benefit from it.
She had been accused of working to propagate Christianity among children at Abu Shuk camp.
Shuk Man Sherman Cheung Former research assistant, Department of Logistics and Maritime Studies, Faculty of Business, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
The others are Shuk Han of Hong Kong, Sara Vargas of Colombia, Mariam Nalof of Tunisia, and Mariam Modara of Bahrain.