extravagate

ex·trav·a·gate

 (ĭk-străv′ə-gāt′)
intr.v. ex·trav·a·gat·ed, ex·trav·a·gat·ing, ex·trav·a·gates Archaic
To exceed reasonable limits or bounds.

[Medieval Latin extrāvagārī, extrāvagāt-, to wander; see extravagant.]

extravagate

(ɪkˈstrævəˌɡeɪt)
vb (intr)
1. to exceed normal limits or propriety
2. to roam at will
[C17: from Latin extravagārī; see extravagant]
exˌtravaˈgation n

ex•trav•a•gate

(ɪkˈstræv əˌgeɪt)

v.i. -gat•ed, -gat•ing. Archaic.
to go beyond proper bounds.
[1590–1600; < Middle French extrāvaguer]

extravagate


Past participle: extravagated
Gerund: extravagating

Imperative
extravagate
extravagate
Present
I extravagate
you extravagate
he/she/it extravagates
we extravagate
you extravagate
they extravagate
Preterite
I extravagated
you extravagated
he/she/it extravagated
we extravagated
you extravagated
they extravagated
Present Continuous
I am extravagating
you are extravagating
he/she/it is extravagating
we are extravagating
you are extravagating
they are extravagating
Present Perfect
I have extravagated
you have extravagated
he/she/it has extravagated
we have extravagated
you have extravagated
they have extravagated
Past Continuous
I was extravagating
you were extravagating
he/she/it was extravagating
we were extravagating
you were extravagating
they were extravagating
Past Perfect
I had extravagated
you had extravagated
he/she/it had extravagated
we had extravagated
you had extravagated
they had extravagated
Future
I will extravagate
you will extravagate
he/she/it will extravagate
we will extravagate
you will extravagate
they will extravagate
Future Perfect
I will have extravagated
you will have extravagated
he/she/it will have extravagated
we will have extravagated
you will have extravagated
they will have extravagated
Future Continuous
I will be extravagating
you will be extravagating
he/she/it will be extravagating
we will be extravagating
you will be extravagating
they will be extravagating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been extravagating
you have been extravagating
he/she/it has been extravagating
we have been extravagating
you have been extravagating
they have been extravagating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been extravagating
you will have been extravagating
he/she/it will have been extravagating
we will have been extravagating
you will have been extravagating
they will have been extravagating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been extravagating
you had been extravagating
he/she/it had been extravagating
we had been extravagating
you had been extravagating
they had been extravagating
Conditional
I would extravagate
you would extravagate
he/she/it would extravagate
we would extravagate
you would extravagate
they would extravagate
Past Conditional
I would have extravagated
you would have extravagated
he/she/it would have extravagated
we would have extravagated
you would have extravagated
they would have extravagated
Translations
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Macrophages originate from circulating monocyte precursors and extravagate into target tissues, where they become dependent on the microenvironment and differentiate into mature macrophages that polarize into different subsets.
Rather, despite the fact that it has almost no moving parts - only, for instance, a fan, the kind of thing that moves but stays put - the work seems to make its way through space, to ramble, meander, or extravagate: to start at Point A under certain conditions and then somehow, by the time it's inched its way gingerly over to Point B, to turn out quite differently.