disembogue

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dis·em·bogue

 (dĭs′ĕm-bōg′)
intr.v. dis·em·bogued, dis·em·bogu·ing, dis·em·bogues
To flow out or empty, as water from a channel: "the river whose dirty waters disembogue into the harbor" (John Updike).

[From Spanish desembogue, mouth of a river, from desembocar, to flow out : des-, reversal (from Latin dis-; see dis-) + embocar, to put into the mouth (en-, in from Latin in-; see in-2 + boca, mouth, from Latin bucca, cheek).]

dis′em·bogue′ment n.
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disembogue

(ˌdɪsɪmˈbəʊɡ)
vb, -bogues, -boguing or -bogued
1. (Physical Geography) (of a river, stream, etc) to discharge (water) at the mouth
2. (intr) to flow out
[C16: from Spanish desembocar, from des- dis-1 + embocar put into the mouth, from em- in + boca mouth, from Latin bucca cheek]
ˌdisemˈboguement n
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dis•em•bogue

(ˌdɪs ɛmˈboʊg)

v.i. -bogued, -bogu•ing.
to discharge contents by pouring forth.
[1585–95; < Sp desembocar=des- dis-1 + embocar to enter by the mouth (en- in (< Latin in- in-2) + -bocar, derivative of boca mouth < Latin bucca)]
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disembogue


Past participle: disembogued
Gerund: disemboguing

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