fadge


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fadge

(fædʒ)
vb (intr)
1. to agree
2. to succeed
n
NZ a package of wool in a wool-bale that weighs less than 100 kilograms
[C16: of uncertain origin]

Fadge

 a bundle or bale of leather, sticks, wool, etc.; a bale of goods, 1588.

fadge


Past participle: fadged
Gerund: fadging

Imperative
fadge
fadge
Present
I fadge
you fadge
he/she/it fadges
we fadge
you fadge
they fadge
Preterite
I fadged
you fadged
he/she/it fadged
we fadged
you fadged
they fadged
Present Continuous
I am fadging
you are fadging
he/she/it is fadging
we are fadging
you are fadging
they are fadging
Present Perfect
I have fadged
you have fadged
he/she/it has fadged
we have fadged
you have fadged
they have fadged
Past Continuous
I was fadging
you were fadging
he/she/it was fadging
we were fadging
you were fadging
they were fadging
Past Perfect
I had fadged
you had fadged
he/she/it had fadged
we had fadged
you had fadged
they had fadged
Future
I will fadge
you will fadge
he/she/it will fadge
we will fadge
you will fadge
they will fadge
Future Perfect
I will have fadged
you will have fadged
he/she/it will have fadged
we will have fadged
you will have fadged
they will have fadged
Future Continuous
I will be fadging
you will be fadging
he/she/it will be fadging
we will be fadging
you will be fadging
they will be fadging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been fadging
you have been fadging
he/she/it has been fadging
we have been fadging
you have been fadging
they have been fadging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been fadging
you will have been fadging
he/she/it will have been fadging
we will have been fadging
you will have been fadging
they will have been fadging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been fadging
you had been fadging
he/she/it had been fadging
we had been fadging
you had been fadging
they had been fadging
Conditional
I would fadge
you would fadge
he/she/it would fadge
we would fadge
you would fadge
they would fadge
Past Conditional
I would have fadged
you would have fadged
he/she/it would have fadged
we would have fadged
you would have fadged
they would have fadged
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