bock


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bock

(bok; bəʊk)
vb, n
(Pathology) a variant spelling of boke

bock


Past participle: bocked
Gerund: bocking

Imperative
bock
bock
Present
I bock
you bock
he/she/it bocks
we bock
you bock
they bock
Preterite
I bocked
you bocked
he/she/it bocked
we bocked
you bocked
they bocked
Present Continuous
I am bocking
you are bocking
he/she/it is bocking
we are bocking
you are bocking
they are bocking
Present Perfect
I have bocked
you have bocked
he/she/it has bocked
we have bocked
you have bocked
they have bocked
Past Continuous
I was bocking
you were bocking
he/she/it was bocking
we were bocking
you were bocking
they were bocking
Past Perfect
I had bocked
you had bocked
he/she/it had bocked
we had bocked
you had bocked
they had bocked
Future
I will bock
you will bock
he/she/it will bock
we will bock
you will bock
they will bock
Future Perfect
I will have bocked
you will have bocked
he/she/it will have bocked
we will have bocked
you will have bocked
they will have bocked
Future Continuous
I will be bocking
you will be bocking
he/she/it will be bocking
we will be bocking
you will be bocking
they will be bocking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been bocking
you have been bocking
he/she/it has been bocking
we have been bocking
you have been bocking
they have been bocking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been bocking
you will have been bocking
he/she/it will have been bocking
we will have been bocking
you will have been bocking
they will have been bocking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been bocking
you had been bocking
he/she/it had been bocking
we had been bocking
you had been bocking
they had been bocking
Conditional
I would bock
you would bock
he/she/it would bock
we would bock
you would bock
they would bock
Past Conditional
I would have bocked
you would have bocked
he/she/it would have bocked
we would have bocked
you would have bocked
they would have bocked
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bock - a very strong lager traditionally brewed in the fall and aged through the winter for consumption in the spring
lager beer, lager - a general term for beer made with bottom fermenting yeast (usually by decoction mashing); originally it was brewed in March or April and matured until September
Translations
References in classic literature ?
The two men shook hands, and Winsett proposed a bock at a little German restaurant around the corner.
The two men always met at the Century, or at some haunt of journalists and theatrical people, such as the restaurant where Winsett had proposed to go for a bock.
I, the artist, have my bock, and my coat is not good.
That's the only thing I miss in Paris," he said, as he finished the bock which the waiter had brought.
The recording concludes that Clerk Sharon Bock and her staff "appreciate your patience as we work through our budget shortfalls.
Bock presents an authoritative and compelling case, supporting it with--what else?
This is a bock that can stand with the German examples--it's malty and rich, but not sweet and cloying.
Bock, Framingham High School Principal Michael Welch and Watertown Superintendent Jean Fitzgerald were the finalists.
There was nothing wrong with the first wave [of revolution]," Bock told the Daily News Egypt when asked to qualify his comment.
Throughout his time with the VW dealer, Bock has built a high reputation with customers throughout the Denver area for his unmatched ability to make the car-buying experience one people look back on fondly.
Bock described the work to take the game live as a "labor of love.
Trailing far back are Bill Fazio, a perennial candidate with 10 percent, Alameda County prosecutor Bock with 8 percent and criminal justice professor David Onek with 6 percent.