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brede

 (brēd)
n. Archaic
Ornamental embroidery or braiding.

[Variant of braid.]
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brede

(briːd)
n, vb
an archaic spelling of braid1
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brede


Past participle: breded
Gerund: breding

Imperative
brede
brede
Present
I brede
you brede
he/she/it bredes
we brede
you brede
they brede
Preterite
I breded
you breded
he/she/it breded
we breded
you breded
they breded
Present Continuous
I am breding
you are breding
he/she/it is breding
we are breding
you are breding
they are breding
Present Perfect
I have breded
you have breded
he/she/it has breded
we have breded
you have breded
they have breded
Past Continuous
I was breding
you were breding
he/she/it was breding
we were breding
you were breding
they were breding
Past Perfect
I had breded
you had breded
he/she/it had breded
we had breded
you had breded
they had breded
Future
I will brede
you will brede
he/she/it will brede
we will brede
you will brede
they will brede
Future Perfect
I will have breded
you will have breded
he/she/it will have breded
we will have breded
you will have breded
they will have breded
Future Continuous
I will be breding
you will be breding
he/she/it will be breding
we will be breding
you will be breding
they will be breding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been breding
you have been breding
he/she/it has been breding
we have been breding
you have been breding
they have been breding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been breding
you will have been breding
he/she/it will have been breding
we will have been breding
you will have been breding
they will have been breding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been breding
you had been breding
he/she/it had been breding
we had been breding
you had been breding
they had been breding
Conditional
I would brede
you would brede
he/she/it would brede
we would brede
you would brede
they would brede
Past Conditional
I would have breded
you would have breded
he/she/it would have breded
we would have breded
you would have breded
they would have breded
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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The former Leeds United boss is hoping for summer recruit Brede Hangeland to take his chance to shine as he continues to settle following his switch from Fulham.
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Magath's methods have come under fierce criticism from former players, notably ex-captain Brede Hangeland who was once told by the veteran boss to treat a leg injury by rubbing cheese onto the sore area.
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