bullwhip


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bull·whip

 (bo͝ol′wĭp′, -hwĭp′)
n.
A long, braided rawhide whip with a knotted end.
tr.v. bull·whipped, bull·whip·ping, bull·whips
To whip or beat with a bullwhip.

bullwhip

(ˈbʊlˌwɪp)
n
a long tapering heavy whip, esp one of plaited rawhide
vb, -whips, -whipping or -whipped
(tr) to whip with a bullwhip

bull′whip`

or bull′-whip`,



n.
a rawhide whip having a short handle and a long, plaited lash.
Also called bull-whack (ˈbʊlˌʰwæk, -ˌwæk)
[1850–55, Amer.]

bullwhip


Past participle: bullwhipped
Gerund: bullwhipping

Imperative
bullwhip
bullwhip
Present
I bullwhip
you bullwhip
he/she/it bullwhips
we bullwhip
you bullwhip
they bullwhip
Preterite
I bullwhipped
you bullwhipped
he/she/it bullwhipped
we bullwhipped
you bullwhipped
they bullwhipped
Present Continuous
I am bullwhipping
you are bullwhipping
he/she/it is bullwhipping
we are bullwhipping
you are bullwhipping
they are bullwhipping
Present Perfect
I have bullwhipped
you have bullwhipped
he/she/it has bullwhipped
we have bullwhipped
you have bullwhipped
they have bullwhipped
Past Continuous
I was bullwhipping
you were bullwhipping
he/she/it was bullwhipping
we were bullwhipping
you were bullwhipping
they were bullwhipping
Past Perfect
I had bullwhipped
you had bullwhipped
he/she/it had bullwhipped
we had bullwhipped
you had bullwhipped
they had bullwhipped
Future
I will bullwhip
you will bullwhip
he/she/it will bullwhip
we will bullwhip
you will bullwhip
they will bullwhip
Future Perfect
I will have bullwhipped
you will have bullwhipped
he/she/it will have bullwhipped
we will have bullwhipped
you will have bullwhipped
they will have bullwhipped
Future Continuous
I will be bullwhipping
you will be bullwhipping
he/she/it will be bullwhipping
we will be bullwhipping
you will be bullwhipping
they will be bullwhipping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been bullwhipping
you have been bullwhipping
he/she/it has been bullwhipping
we have been bullwhipping
you have been bullwhipping
they have been bullwhipping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been bullwhipping
you will have been bullwhipping
he/she/it will have been bullwhipping
we will have been bullwhipping
you will have been bullwhipping
they will have been bullwhipping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been bullwhipping
you had been bullwhipping
he/she/it had been bullwhipping
we had been bullwhipping
you had been bullwhipping
they had been bullwhipping
Conditional
I would bullwhip
you would bullwhip
he/she/it would bullwhip
we would bullwhip
you would bullwhip
they would bullwhip
Past Conditional
I would have bullwhipped
you would have bullwhipped
he/she/it would have bullwhipped
we would have bullwhipped
you would have bullwhipped
they would have bullwhipped
Translations

bullwhip

[ˈbʊlhwɪp] nfouet m (à longue mèche tressée)
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