defriend


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de·friend

 (dē-frĕnd′)
tr.v. de·friend·ed, de·friend·ing, de·friends
To remove (someone) as a friend on a social networking website.
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defriend

(diːˈfrɛnd)
vb
(Communications & Information) (tr) to remove (a person) from the list of one's friends on a social networking website
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defriend


Past participle: defriended
Gerund: defriending

Imperative
defriend
defriend
Present
I defriend
you defriend
he/she/it defriends
we defriend
you defriend
they defriend
Preterite
I defriended
you defriended
he/she/it defriended
we defriended
you defriended
they defriended
Present Continuous
I am defriending
you are defriending
he/she/it is defriending
we are defriending
you are defriending
they are defriending
Present Perfect
I have defriended
you have defriended
he/she/it has defriended
we have defriended
you have defriended
they have defriended
Past Continuous
I was defriending
you were defriending
he/she/it was defriending
we were defriending
you were defriending
they were defriending
Past Perfect
I had defriended
you had defriended
he/she/it had defriended
we had defriended
you had defriended
they had defriended
Future
I will defriend
you will defriend
he/she/it will defriend
we will defriend
you will defriend
they will defriend
Future Perfect
I will have defriended
you will have defriended
he/she/it will have defriended
we will have defriended
you will have defriended
they will have defriended
Future Continuous
I will be defriending
you will be defriending
he/she/it will be defriending
we will be defriending
you will be defriending
they will be defriending
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been defriending
you have been defriending
he/she/it has been defriending
we have been defriending
you have been defriending
they have been defriending
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been defriending
you will have been defriending
he/she/it will have been defriending
we will have been defriending
you will have been defriending
they will have been defriending
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been defriending
you had been defriending
he/she/it had been defriending
we had been defriending
you had been defriending
they had been defriending
Conditional
I would defriend
you would defriend
he/she/it would defriend
we would defriend
you would defriend
they would defriend
Past Conditional
I would have defriended
you would have defriended
he/she/it would have defriended
we would have defriended
you would have defriended
they would have defriended
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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