ploat

ploat

(pləʊt)
vb (tr)
1. to thrash; beat soundly
2. (Cookery) to pluck (a fowl)
[from Dutch or Flemish ploten to pluck the feathers or fur from]

ploat


Past participle: ploated
Gerund: ploating

Imperative
ploat
ploat
Present
I ploat
you ploat
he/she/it ploats
we ploat
you ploat
they ploat
Preterite
I ploated
you ploated
he/she/it ploated
we ploated
you ploated
they ploated
Present Continuous
I am ploating
you are ploating
he/she/it is ploating
we are ploating
you are ploating
they are ploating
Present Perfect
I have ploated
you have ploated
he/she/it has ploated
we have ploated
you have ploated
they have ploated
Past Continuous
I was ploating
you were ploating
he/she/it was ploating
we were ploating
you were ploating
they were ploating
Past Perfect
I had ploated
you had ploated
he/she/it had ploated
we had ploated
you had ploated
they had ploated
Future
I will ploat
you will ploat
he/she/it will ploat
we will ploat
you will ploat
they will ploat
Future Perfect
I will have ploated
you will have ploated
he/she/it will have ploated
we will have ploated
you will have ploated
they will have ploated
Future Continuous
I will be ploating
you will be ploating
he/she/it will be ploating
we will be ploating
you will be ploating
they will be ploating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been ploating
you have been ploating
he/she/it has been ploating
we have been ploating
you have been ploating
they have been ploating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been ploating
you will have been ploating
he/she/it will have been ploating
we will have been ploating
you will have been ploating
they will have been ploating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been ploating
you had been ploating
he/she/it had been ploating
we had been ploating
you had been ploating
they had been ploating
Conditional
I would ploat
you would ploat
he/she/it would ploat
we would ploat
you would ploat
they would ploat
Past Conditional
I would have ploated
you would have ploated
he/she/it would have ploated
we would have ploated
you would have ploated
they would have ploated
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Tenders are invited for construction of compound wall for industrial ploat
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Elaine Mary Andrews gave plenty of additions, some I'd never heard of: Ploat, to pluck the feathers from a bird: Sconce, a seat on the side of an old chimney: Slop, policeman: Kizzen, to dry up by overcooking: Clod, a penny in the Tyneside dialect: Oilin his wig, slang expression meaning he is 'drinking heavily'.