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lig

(lɪɡ)
n
(esp in the entertainment industry and the media) a function at which free entertainment and refreshments are available
vb, ligs, ligging or ligged
(intr) to attend such a function in order to take advantage of free entertainment and refreshments; freeload
[C20: origin uncertain]
ˈligger n
ˈligging n

lig


Past participle: ligged
Gerund: ligging

Imperative
lig
lig
Present
I lig
you lig
he/she/it ligs
we lig
you lig
they lig
Preterite
I ligged
you ligged
he/she/it ligged
we ligged
you ligged
they ligged
Present Continuous
I am ligging
you are ligging
he/she/it is ligging
we are ligging
you are ligging
they are ligging
Present Perfect
I have ligged
you have ligged
he/she/it has ligged
we have ligged
you have ligged
they have ligged
Past Continuous
I was ligging
you were ligging
he/she/it was ligging
we were ligging
you were ligging
they were ligging
Past Perfect
I had ligged
you had ligged
he/she/it had ligged
we had ligged
you had ligged
they had ligged
Future
I will lig
you will lig
he/she/it will lig
we will lig
you will lig
they will lig
Future Perfect
I will have ligged
you will have ligged
he/she/it will have ligged
we will have ligged
you will have ligged
they will have ligged
Future Continuous
I will be ligging
you will be ligging
he/she/it will be ligging
we will be ligging
you will be ligging
they will be ligging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been ligging
you have been ligging
he/she/it has been ligging
we have been ligging
you have been ligging
they have been ligging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been ligging
you will have been ligging
he/she/it will have been ligging
we will have been ligging
you will have been ligging
they will have been ligging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been ligging
you had been ligging
he/she/it had been ligging
we had been ligging
you had been ligging
they had been ligging
Conditional
I would lig
you would lig
he/she/it would lig
we would lig
you would lig
they would lig
Past Conditional
I would have ligged
you would have ligged
he/she/it would have ligged
we would have ligged
you would have ligged
they would have ligged
Translations

lig

vi (Brit inf) (at party) → sich selbst einladen, schmarotzen; (at concert, etc) → ohne Eintrittskarte reingehen (inf)
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