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con·cuss

 (kən-kŭs′)
tr.v. con·cussed, con·cuss·ing, con·cuss·es
To injure by concussion: "a middle-aged woman concussed by a blow on the head" (Manchester Guardian Weekly).

[Latin concutere, concuss-, to strike together : com-, com- + quatere, to strike; see kwēt- in Indo-European roots.]

concuss

(kənˈkʌs)
vb (tr)
1. (Pathology) to injure (the brain) by a violent blow, fall, etc
2. to shake violently; agitate; disturb
[C16: from Latin concussus violently shaken, from concutere to disturb greatly, from quatere to shake]

con•cuss

(kənˈkʌs)

v.t.
to injure or affect by concussion.
[1590–1600; < Latin concussus, past participle of concutere=con- con- + -cutere, comb. form of quatere to shake]

concuss


Past participle: concussed
Gerund: concussing

Imperative
concuss
concuss
Present
I concuss
you concuss
he/she/it concusses
we concuss
you concuss
they concuss
Preterite
I concussed
you concussed
he/she/it concussed
we concussed
you concussed
they concussed
Present Continuous
I am concussing
you are concussing
he/she/it is concussing
we are concussing
you are concussing
they are concussing
Present Perfect
I have concussed
you have concussed
he/she/it has concussed
we have concussed
you have concussed
they have concussed
Past Continuous
I was concussing
you were concussing
he/she/it was concussing
we were concussing
you were concussing
they were concussing
Past Perfect
I had concussed
you had concussed
he/she/it had concussed
we had concussed
you had concussed
they had concussed
Future
I will concuss
you will concuss
he/she/it will concuss
we will concuss
you will concuss
they will concuss
Future Perfect
I will have concussed
you will have concussed
he/she/it will have concussed
we will have concussed
you will have concussed
they will have concussed
Future Continuous
I will be concussing
you will be concussing
he/she/it will be concussing
we will be concussing
you will be concussing
they will be concussing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been concussing
you have been concussing
he/she/it has been concussing
we have been concussing
you have been concussing
they have been concussing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been concussing
you will have been concussing
he/she/it will have been concussing
we will have been concussing
you will have been concussing
they will have been concussing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been concussing
you had been concussing
he/she/it had been concussing
we had been concussing
you had been concussing
they had been concussing
Conditional
I would concuss
you would concuss
he/she/it would concuss
we would concuss
you would concuss
they would concuss
Past Conditional
I would have concussed
you would have concussed
he/she/it would have concussed
we would have concussed
you would have concussed
they would have concussed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.concuss - shake violently
shake, agitate - move or cause to move back and forth; "The chemist shook the flask vigorously"; "My hands were shaking"
2.concuss - injure the brain; sustain a concussion
injure - cause injuries or bodily harm to
Translations

concuss

[kənˈkʌs] VT (Med) → producir una conmoción cerebral a

concuss

vt (usu pass) to be concussedeine Gehirnerschütterung haben
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