politick

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pol·i·tick

 (pŏl′ĭ-tĭk)
intr.v. pol·i·ticked, pol·i·tick·ing, pol·i·ticks
To engage in or discuss politics.

[Back-formation from politicking, engaging in partisan political activity, from politic.]

pol′i·tick′er n.

politick

(ˈpɒlɪtɪk)
vb (intr)
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) to engage in politicking

politick


Past participle: politicked
Gerund: politicking

Imperative
politick
politick
Present
I politick
you politick
he/she/it politicks
we politick
you politick
they politick
Preterite
I politicked
you politicked
he/she/it politicked
we politicked
you politicked
they politicked
Present Continuous
I am politicking
you are politicking
he/she/it is politicking
we are politicking
you are politicking
they are politicking
Present Perfect
I have politicked
you have politicked
he/she/it has politicked
we have politicked
you have politicked
they have politicked
Past Continuous
I was politicking
you were politicking
he/she/it was politicking
we were politicking
you were politicking
they were politicking
Past Perfect
I had politicked
you had politicked
he/she/it had politicked
we had politicked
you had politicked
they had politicked
Future
I will politick
you will politick
he/she/it will politick
we will politick
you will politick
they will politick
Future Perfect
I will have politicked
you will have politicked
he/she/it will have politicked
we will have politicked
you will have politicked
they will have politicked
Future Continuous
I will be politicking
you will be politicking
he/she/it will be politicking
we will be politicking
you will be politicking
they will be politicking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been politicking
you have been politicking
he/she/it has been politicking
we have been politicking
you have been politicking
they have been politicking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been politicking
you will have been politicking
he/she/it will have been politicking
we will have been politicking
you will have been politicking
they will have been politicking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been politicking
you had been politicking
he/she/it had been politicking
we had been politicking
you had been politicking
they had been politicking
Conditional
I would politick
you would politick
he/she/it would politick
we would politick
you would politick
they would politick
Past Conditional
I would have politicked
you would have politicked
he/she/it would have politicked
we would have politicked
you would have politicked
they would have politicked
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.politick - engage in political activities; "This colleague is always politicking"
engage, pursue, prosecute - carry out or participate in an activity; be involved in; "She pursued many activities"; "They engaged in a discussion"
logroll - work toward the passage of some legislation by exchanging political favors such as trading votes
Translations

politick

(usu pej)
vt to politick a bill through parliamentdurch seinen politischen Einsatz erreichen, dass ein Gesetz im Parlament verabschiedet wird
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