donder


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donder

(ˈdɒndə)
vb (tr)
to beat (someone) up
n
a wretch; swine
[C19: Afrikaans, from Dutch donderen to swear, bully]

donder


Past participle: dondered
Gerund: dondering

Imperative
donder
donder
Present
I donder
you donder
he/she/it donders
we donder
you donder
they donder
Preterite
I dondered
you dondered
he/she/it dondered
we dondered
you dondered
they dondered
Present Continuous
I am dondering
you are dondering
he/she/it is dondering
we are dondering
you are dondering
they are dondering
Present Perfect
I have dondered
you have dondered
he/she/it has dondered
we have dondered
you have dondered
they have dondered
Past Continuous
I was dondering
you were dondering
he/she/it was dondering
we were dondering
you were dondering
they were dondering
Past Perfect
I had dondered
you had dondered
he/she/it had dondered
we had dondered
you had dondered
they had dondered
Future
I will donder
you will donder
he/she/it will donder
we will donder
you will donder
they will donder
Future Perfect
I will have dondered
you will have dondered
he/she/it will have dondered
we will have dondered
you will have dondered
they will have dondered
Future Continuous
I will be dondering
you will be dondering
he/she/it will be dondering
we will be dondering
you will be dondering
they will be dondering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dondering
you have been dondering
he/she/it has been dondering
we have been dondering
you have been dondering
they have been dondering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dondering
you will have been dondering
he/she/it will have been dondering
we will have been dondering
you will have been dondering
they will have been dondering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dondering
you had been dondering
he/she/it had been dondering
we had been dondering
you had been dondering
they had been dondering
Conditional
I would donder
you would donder
he/she/it would donder
we would donder
you would donder
they would donder
Past Conditional
I would have dondered
you would have dondered
he/she/it would have dondered
we would have dondered
you would have dondered
they would have dondered
References in classic literature ?
It runs: -- Vondervotteimittis -- Vonder, lege Donder -- Votteimittis, quasi und Bleitziz- Bleitziz obsol: -- pro Blitzen.
Finally, Bardey and De Donder (2013) determine in a recent work the conditions (related to the cost and the efficiency of self-protection actions) such that moral hazard raises the value of the genetic information.
Also, in the studies where 4+4+4 system was evaluated according to the views of teachers, administrators, and/or parents, the lowering of school entrance age was also addressed (Akpinar, Donder, Yildirim and Karahan 2012; Bahtiyar Karadeniz 2012; Kulekci 2013; Memisoglu and Ismetoglu 2013; Meral Kandemir, Sara, Akay and Zemin 2013; Ors, Erdogan and Kipici 2013; Peker Unal 2013; Cerit, Akgun, Yildiz and Soysal 2014; Durmuscelebi and Bilgili 2014; Epcacan 2014; Kilic, Karbuga and Sokmen 2014; Yilmaz, Tasci, Fidan and Nurlu 2014).
Ek het jou mos gesien Damon se bokram weglok, jou klein donder, selfs met Lycisca wat so hardop geblaf het, 20 of hoe?
In some songs he is called Donner and in others he is Donder.
The born-and-bred Londonder, who spent 10 years donder, who spent 10 years at St James' Park, claimed to be "living and breathing proof" such an agenda proof" such an agenda does not and has does not and has never existed.
Also, individuals who present with voice disorders are physically and socially affected (Roy, Merrill, Thibeault, Gray & Smith, 2004b; Thomas, Koojima, Donder, Cremer, & de Jong, 2007; Malki & Mesallam, 2012).
PVDF Polymers: Philippe De Donder +1 856-251-3472, Philippe.
THE term blunderbuss comes from the Dutch word donderbus, a combination of donder, meaning "thunder", and bus, meaning "pipe".
Blitzen, Comet, Cupid, Dancer, Dasher, Donder, Prancer, [ 8 ] Vixen 9.
Philippe De Donder, University of Toulouse, Toulouse, France
Transpondo esta linha de raciocinio para a problematica da direcao de um estabelecimento penal qualquer, na provisao publica tradicional os gestores da unidade, a fim de resolver os problemas cotidianos, necessitam de recorrer a uma serie de interlocutores, nem sempre a ele subordinados hierarquicamente (Martimort, De Donder, & De Villemeur, 2005).