up-anchor

up-anchor

vb
(Nautical Terms) (intr) nautical to weigh anchor

up-anchor


Past participle: up-anchored
Gerund: up-anchoring

Imperative
up-anchor
up-anchor
Present
I up-anchor
you up-anchor
he/she/it up-anchors
we up-anchor
you up-anchor
they up-anchor
Preterite
I up-anchored
you up-anchored
he/she/it up-anchored
we up-anchored
you up-anchored
they up-anchored
Present Continuous
I am up-anchoring
you are up-anchoring
he/she/it is up-anchoring
we are up-anchoring
you are up-anchoring
they are up-anchoring
Present Perfect
I have up-anchored
you have up-anchored
he/she/it has up-anchored
we have up-anchored
you have up-anchored
they have up-anchored
Past Continuous
I was up-anchoring
you were up-anchoring
he/she/it was up-anchoring
we were up-anchoring
you were up-anchoring
they were up-anchoring
Past Perfect
I had up-anchored
you had up-anchored
he/she/it had up-anchored
we had up-anchored
you had up-anchored
they had up-anchored
Future
I will up-anchor
you will up-anchor
he/she/it will up-anchor
we will up-anchor
you will up-anchor
they will up-anchor
Future Perfect
I will have up-anchored
you will have up-anchored
he/she/it will have up-anchored
we will have up-anchored
you will have up-anchored
they will have up-anchored
Future Continuous
I will be up-anchoring
you will be up-anchoring
he/she/it will be up-anchoring
we will be up-anchoring
you will be up-anchoring
they will be up-anchoring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been up-anchoring
you have been up-anchoring
he/she/it has been up-anchoring
we have been up-anchoring
you have been up-anchoring
they have been up-anchoring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been up-anchoring
you will have been up-anchoring
he/she/it will have been up-anchoring
we will have been up-anchoring
you will have been up-anchoring
they will have been up-anchoring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been up-anchoring
you had been up-anchoring
he/she/it had been up-anchoring
we had been up-anchoring
you had been up-anchoring
they had been up-anchoring
Conditional
I would up-anchor
you would up-anchor
he/she/it would up-anchor
we would up-anchor
you would up-anchor
they would up-anchor
Past Conditional
I would have up-anchored
you would have up-anchored
he/she/it would have up-anchored
we would have up-anchored
you would have up-anchored
they would have up-anchored
References in periodicals archive ?
A seafaring Dutch couple are visiting Bahrain and hoping to hook more Bahrainis and expats living on the island to up-anchor and experience a luxury yachting adventure in the Netherlands.
John Thompson Kirklees College principal blasts PM for cuts in English as a second language courses But didn't they build it to look like a boat, just up-anchor and sail it to somewhere that suits you better.
THE spectacular Tall Ships will up-anchor and leave the port of Belfast today, battening down the hatches for their arduous voyage across the raging Atlantic waters to Newfoundland.
Perversely, he notes that the Republic, which looks "strikingly beautiful" off shore, "would up-anchor and sail eastward against the prevailing winds to the barracoon, or slave factory, at Bangalang on the Guinea coast, take on a cargo of Africans, and then, God willing, return in three months" (20).