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fart

 (färt) Vulgar Slang
intr.v. fart·ed, fart·ing, farts
To expel intestinal gas through the anus; break wind.
n.
1. An often audible discharge of intestinal gas.
2. An annoying or foolish person.
Phrasal Verb:
fart around
To fool around; fritter time away.

[Middle English farten, from Old English *feortan; see perd- in Indo-European roots.]

fart

(fɑːt)
n
1. an emission of intestinal gas from the anus, esp an audible one
2. a contemptible person
vb (intr)
3. to expel intestinal gas from the anus; to break wind
4. fart about fart around
a. to behave foolishly or aimlessly
b. to waste time
[Middle English farten; related to Old Norse freta, Old High German ferzan to break wind, Sanskrit pardatē he breaks wind]

fart

(fɑrt)
Slang: Usu. Vulgar. n.
1. intestinal gas expelled through the anus.
2. an irritating person.
v.i.
3. to expel intestinal gas through the anus; break wind.
4. fart around, to spend time foolishly or aimlessly.
[1250–1300; Middle English fert, fart]

fart


Past participle: farted
Gerund: farting

Imperative
fart
fart
Present
I fart
you fart
he/she/it farts
we fart
you fart
they fart
Preterite
I farted
you farted
he/she/it farted
we farted
you farted
they farted
Present Continuous
I am farting
you are farting
he/she/it is farting
we are farting
you are farting
they are farting
Present Perfect
I have farted
you have farted
he/she/it has farted
we have farted
you have farted
they have farted
Past Continuous
I was farting
you were farting
he/she/it was farting
we were farting
you were farting
they were farting
Past Perfect
I had farted
you had farted
he/she/it had farted
we had farted
you had farted
they had farted
Future
I will fart
you will fart
he/she/it will fart
we will fart
you will fart
they will fart
Future Perfect
I will have farted
you will have farted
he/she/it will have farted
we will have farted
you will have farted
they will have farted
Future Continuous
I will be farting
you will be farting
he/she/it will be farting
we will be farting
you will be farting
they will be farting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been farting
you have been farting
he/she/it has been farting
we have been farting
you have been farting
they have been farting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been farting
you will have been farting
he/she/it will have been farting
we will have been farting
you will have been farting
they will have been farting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been farting
you had been farting
he/she/it had been farting
we had been farting
you had been farting
they had been farting
Conditional
I would fart
you would fart
he/she/it would fart
we would fart
you would fart
they would fart
Past Conditional
I would have farted
you would have farted
he/she/it would have farted
we would have farted
you would have farted
they would have farted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fart - a reflex that expels intestinal gas through the anusfart - a reflex that expels intestinal gas through the anus
Verb1.fart - expel intestinal gases through the anusfart - expel intestinal gases through the anus
act involuntarily, act reflexively - act in an uncontrolled manner
Translations
ضراط، فُساءيَضْرُط
prdprdět
prutprutte
fingfingik
perdimasperstipirsnis
pirdienspirst
prdprdieťprdnúť
osurmakosuruk

fart

[fɑːt]
A. N
1.pedo m
2. he's a boring old fartes un tío pesadísimo, es un pelmazo
B. VItirarse or echarse un pedo
fart about fart around VI + ADV
see mess about B

fart

[ˈfɑːrt]
n
(= wind) → pet m
(= stupid person) → raseur/euse m/f
you old fart! → espèce de vieux schnock !
vipéter

fart

(inf)
n
Furz m (inf)
(= person) he’s a boring old farter ist ein langweiliger alter Knacker (inf)
vifurzen (inf)

fart

[fɑːt] (fam!)
1. nscoreggia, peto (fam!)
2. viscoreggiare, fare un peto (fam!)

fart

(faː(r)t) verb
(slang, vulgar) to make air come out of the anus.
noun
.

fart

(vulg) n flato (form), gas m (expulsado del recto), pedo (vulg); vi expulsar gases, tirarse pedos (vulg), tirarse un pedo (vulg)
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