hot-dog


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hot-dog

(hŏt′dôg′, -dŏg′)
intr.v. hot-dogged, hot-dog·ging, hot-dogs Slang
To perform daring stunts or acrobatic maneuvers, as while skiing or surfing.

hot′-dog′ger n.
hot′-dog′ging adj. & n.

hot′ dog`


n.
1. a frankfurter.
2. a sandwich of a frankfurter in a split roll.
3. Also, hot′dog`.Slang. a person who hot-dogs; hot-dogger.
interj.
4. (used to express great joy or delight.)
[1895–1900, Amer.]

hot′-dog`

or hot′dog`,



v. -dogged, -dog•ging,
adj. Slang. v.i.
1. to perform intricate maneuvers in a sport, esp. surfing or skiing.
2. to perform flamboyantly; show off.
adj.
3. highly skillful.
4. done for attention; showy or sensational.
hot′-dog`ger, n.
[1960–65, Amer.]

hot-dog


Past participle: hot-dogged
Gerund: hot-dogging

Imperative
hot-dog
hot-dog
Present
I hot-dog
you hot-dog
he/she/it hot-dogs
we hot-dog
you hot-dog
they hot-dog
Preterite
I hot-dogged
you hot-dogged
he/she/it hot-dogged
we hot-dogged
you hot-dogged
they hot-dogged
Present Continuous
I am hot-dogging
you are hot-dogging
he/she/it is hot-dogging
we are hot-dogging
you are hot-dogging
they are hot-dogging
Present Perfect
I have hot-dogged
you have hot-dogged
he/she/it has hot-dogged
we have hot-dogged
you have hot-dogged
they have hot-dogged
Past Continuous
I was hot-dogging
you were hot-dogging
he/she/it was hot-dogging
we were hot-dogging
you were hot-dogging
they were hot-dogging
Past Perfect
I had hot-dogged
you had hot-dogged
he/she/it had hot-dogged
we had hot-dogged
you had hot-dogged
they had hot-dogged
Future
I will hot-dog
you will hot-dog
he/she/it will hot-dog
we will hot-dog
you will hot-dog
they will hot-dog
Future Perfect
I will have hot-dogged
you will have hot-dogged
he/she/it will have hot-dogged
we will have hot-dogged
you will have hot-dogged
they will have hot-dogged
Future Continuous
I will be hot-dogging
you will be hot-dogging
he/she/it will be hot-dogging
we will be hot-dogging
you will be hot-dogging
they will be hot-dogging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been hot-dogging
you have been hot-dogging
he/she/it has been hot-dogging
we have been hot-dogging
you have been hot-dogging
they have been hot-dogging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been hot-dogging
you will have been hot-dogging
he/she/it will have been hot-dogging
we will have been hot-dogging
you will have been hot-dogging
they will have been hot-dogging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been hot-dogging
you had been hot-dogging
he/she/it had been hot-dogging
we had been hot-dogging
you had been hot-dogging
they had been hot-dogging
Conditional
I would hot-dog
you would hot-dog
he/she/it would hot-dog
we would hot-dog
you would hot-dog
they would hot-dog
Past Conditional
I would have hot-dogged
you would have hot-dogged
he/she/it would have hot-dogged
we would have hot-dogged
you would have hot-dogged
they would have hot-dogged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.hot-dog - perform intricate maneuvers while skiing
ski - move along on skis; "We love to ski the Rockies"; "My children don't ski"
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