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prog

(prɒɡ)
vb, progs, progging or progged
(intr) slang or dialect Brit to prowl about for or as if for food or plunder
n
1. slang or dialect Brit food obtained by begging
2. (Cookery) dialect Canadian a Newfoundland word for food
[C17: of unknown origin]

prog

(prɒɡ)
n
(Education) short for proctor1
vb, progs, progging or progged
(Education) (tr) (of a proctor) to discipline (a student)

prog

(prɒɡ)
n
(Broadcasting) informal short for programme, esp a television programme

prog

(prɒg)

v. progged, prog•ging,
n. Brit. Slang. v.i.
1. to prowl about, as for food; forage.
n.
2. food or victuals.
[1615–25; orig. uncertain]

Prog.

Progressive.

prog.

1. progress.
2. progressive.

prog


Past participle: progged
Gerund: progging

Imperative
prog
prog
Present
I prog
you prog
he/she/it progs
we prog
you prog
they prog
Preterite
I progged
you progged
he/she/it progged
we progged
you progged
they progged
Present Continuous
I am progging
you are progging
he/she/it is progging
we are progging
you are progging
they are progging
Present Perfect
I have progged
you have progged
he/she/it has progged
we have progged
you have progged
they have progged
Past Continuous
I was progging
you were progging
he/she/it was progging
we were progging
you were progging
they were progging
Past Perfect
I had progged
you had progged
he/she/it had progged
we had progged
you had progged
they had progged
Future
I will prog
you will prog
he/she/it will prog
we will prog
you will prog
they will prog
Future Perfect
I will have progged
you will have progged
he/she/it will have progged
we will have progged
you will have progged
they will have progged
Future Continuous
I will be progging
you will be progging
he/she/it will be progging
we will be progging
you will be progging
they will be progging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been progging
you have been progging
he/she/it has been progging
we have been progging
you have been progging
they have been progging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been progging
you will have been progging
he/she/it will have been progging
we will have been progging
you will have been progging
they will have been progging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been progging
you had been progging
he/she/it had been progging
we had been progging
you had been progging
they had been progging
Conditional
I would prog
you would prog
he/she/it would prog
we would prog
you would prog
they would prog
Past Conditional
I would have progged
you would have progged
he/she/it would have progged
we would have progged
you would have progged
they would have progged
References in classic literature ?
I can go out when I like, and I'll smuggle the prog in.' With these words he put the money in his pocket, and kindly told me not to make myself uneasy; he would take care it should be all right.
Fans of prog rock bands Yes and Asia won't want to miss the "Royal Affair Tour," which also features John Lodge of The Moody Blues and drummer Carl Palmer of many bands including Emerson, Lake & Palmer and Atomic Rooster.
I'm not a prog rock fan, but I was blown away by stunning renditions of Merlin The Magician, numerous pieces by Lennon and McCartney and his finale - nursery rhymes in the style of great composers, which was mind-bogglingly brilliant.
But now The Prognosis have written their own five-track prog rock album, using beauty spots in the Dorking area as the subjects for two of the songs.
In fact, the term "prog" never really applied to the Tull, as this performance amply demonstrated.
No strangers to Top of the Pops or the singles chart - two places which most prog rockers seldom visited - Anderson took us on a chronological journey through Tull's glory days.
But while the ponytail is a little threadbare these days, it is Steve Howe who ensures these prog rock survivors still have the power to mesmerise.
In our petty cultural high school, both the nerdy grind of prog and the flighty party girl of disco are too quickly mocked.
Every year the magazine - the world's leading authority of progressive rock - holds the Progressive Music Awards which has developed into one of the best attended and most anticipated events in the musical calendar for both unsigned, emerging acts to 'prog overlords.' Now in its fifth year the event, hosted by Matthew Wright, will take place at the Underglobe at the Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London on Thursday, September 1, and Kylver are hoping to attend the event but need your help.
Formed by singer and guitarist Pye Hastings, Caravan became one of the most respected prog acts of the early 1970s, with second album If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You even earning them an unlikely Top of the Pops appearance.
And it's this music from his youth that has inspired his latest exhibition Prog Vol 1, which opens at St David's Hall, Cardiff, tonight.