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rough·house

 (rŭf′hous′)
n.
Rowdy, uproarious behavior or play.
v. (also rŭf′houz′) rough·housed, rough·hous·ing, rough·hous·es
v.intr.
To engage in rowdy, uproarious behavior or play.
v.tr.
To handle or treat roughly, usually in fun.
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roughhouse

(ˈrʌfˌhaʊs)
n
rough, disorderly, or noisy behaviour
vb
to treat (someone) in a boisterous or rough way
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rough•house

(n. ˈrʌfˌhaʊs; v. also -ˌhaʊz)

n., pl. -hous•es (-ˌhaʊ zɪz) n.
1. rough, disorderly play, esp. indoors.
v.i.
2. to engage in rough, disorderly play.
v.t.
3. to handle roughly but playfully.
[1885–90]
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roughhouse


Past participle: roughhoused
Gerund: roughhousing

Imperative
roughhouse
roughhouse
Present
I roughhouse
you roughhouse
he/she/it roughhouses
we roughhouse
you roughhouse
they roughhouse
Preterite
I roughhoused
you roughhoused
he/she/it roughhoused
we roughhoused
you roughhoused
they roughhoused
Present Continuous
I am roughhousing
you are roughhousing
he/she/it is roughhousing
we are roughhousing
you are roughhousing
they are roughhousing
Present Perfect
I have roughhoused
you have roughhoused
he/she/it has roughhoused
we have roughhoused
you have roughhoused
they have roughhoused
Past Continuous
I was roughhousing
you were roughhousing
he/she/it was roughhousing
we were roughhousing
you were roughhousing
they were roughhousing
Past Perfect
I had roughhoused
you had roughhoused
he/she/it had roughhoused
we had roughhoused
you had roughhoused
they had roughhoused
Future
I will roughhouse
you will roughhouse
he/she/it will roughhouse
we will roughhouse
you will roughhouse
they will roughhouse
Future Perfect
I will have roughhoused
you will have roughhoused
he/she/it will have roughhoused
we will have roughhoused
you will have roughhoused
they will have roughhoused
Future Continuous
I will be roughhousing
you will be roughhousing
he/she/it will be roughhousing
we will be roughhousing
you will be roughhousing
they will be roughhousing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been roughhousing
you have been roughhousing
he/she/it has been roughhousing
we have been roughhousing
you have been roughhousing
they have been roughhousing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been roughhousing
you will have been roughhousing
he/she/it will have been roughhousing
we will have been roughhousing
you will have been roughhousing
they will have been roughhousing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been roughhousing
you had been roughhousing
he/she/it had been roughhousing
we had been roughhousing
you had been roughhousing
they had been roughhousing
Conditional
I would roughhouse
you would roughhouse
he/she/it would roughhouse
we would roughhouse
you would roughhouse
they would roughhouse
Past Conditional
I would have roughhoused
you would have roughhoused
he/she/it would have roughhoused
we would have roughhoused
you would have roughhoused
they would have roughhoused
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.roughhouse - engage in rough or disorderly play
play - be at play; be engaged in playful activity; amuse oneself in a way characteristic of children; "The kids were playing outside all day"; "I used to play with trucks as a little girl"
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Translations

roughhouse

[ˈrʌfhaʊs] N (roughhouses (pl)) [ˈrʌfhaʊzɪz]trifulca f, riña f general, reyerta f
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