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eff

(ɛf)
vb
1. euphemism for fuck: eff off.
2. eff and blind slang to use obscene language
ˈeffing n, adj, adv

eff.

efficiency.

eff


Past participle: effed
Gerund: effing

Imperative
eff
eff
Present
I eff
you eff
he/she/it effs
we eff
you eff
they eff
Preterite
I effed
you effed
he/she/it effed
we effed
you effed
they effed
Present Continuous
I am effing
you are effing
he/she/it is effing
we are effing
you are effing
they are effing
Present Perfect
I have effed
you have effed
he/she/it has effed
we have effed
you have effed
they have effed
Past Continuous
I was effing
you were effing
he/she/it was effing
we were effing
you were effing
they were effing
Past Perfect
I had effed
you had effed
he/she/it had effed
we had effed
you had effed
they had effed
Future
I will eff
you will eff
he/she/it will eff
we will eff
you will eff
they will eff
Future Perfect
I will have effed
you will have effed
he/she/it will have effed
we will have effed
you will have effed
they will have effed
Future Continuous
I will be effing
you will be effing
he/she/it will be effing
we will be effing
you will be effing
they will be effing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been effing
you have been effing
he/she/it has been effing
we have been effing
you have been effing
they have been effing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been effing
you will have been effing
he/she/it will have been effing
we will have been effing
you will have been effing
they will have been effing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been effing
you had been effing
he/she/it had been effing
we had been effing
you had been effing
they had been effing
Conditional
I would eff
you would eff
he/she/it would eff
we would eff
you would eff
they would eff
Past Conditional
I would have effed
you would have effed
he/she/it would have effed
we would have effed
you would have effed
they would have effed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.eff - have sexual intercourse witheff - have sexual intercourse with; "This student sleeps with everyone in her dorm"; "Adam knew Eve"; "Were you ever intimate with this man?"
neck, make out - kiss, embrace, or fondle with sexual passion; "The couple were necking in the back seat of the car"
have, take - have sex with; archaic use; "He had taken this woman when she was most vulnerable"
fornicate - have sex without being married
copulate, mate, couple, pair - engage in sexual intercourse; "Birds mate in the Spring"
Translations

eff

[ef] VI he was effing all over the placesoltaba palabrotas por todas partes
he told her to eff offla mandó a la mierda
to eff and blindsoltar palabrotas
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