gurn

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gurn

(ɡərn; ɡɜːn)
vb
(intr) a variant spelling of girn
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gurn


Past participle: gurned
Gerund: gurning

Imperative
gurn
gurn
Present
I gurn
you gurn
he/she/it gurns
we gurn
you gurn
they gurn
Preterite
I gurned
you gurned
he/she/it gurned
we gurned
you gurned
they gurned
Present Continuous
I am gurning
you are gurning
he/she/it is gurning
we are gurning
you are gurning
they are gurning
Present Perfect
I have gurned
you have gurned
he/she/it has gurned
we have gurned
you have gurned
they have gurned
Past Continuous
I was gurning
you were gurning
he/she/it was gurning
we were gurning
you were gurning
they were gurning
Past Perfect
I had gurned
you had gurned
he/she/it had gurned
we had gurned
you had gurned
they had gurned
Future
I will gurn
you will gurn
he/she/it will gurn
we will gurn
you will gurn
they will gurn
Future Perfect
I will have gurned
you will have gurned
he/she/it will have gurned
we will have gurned
you will have gurned
they will have gurned
Future Continuous
I will be gurning
you will be gurning
he/she/it will be gurning
we will be gurning
you will be gurning
they will be gurning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been gurning
you have been gurning
he/she/it has been gurning
we have been gurning
you have been gurning
they have been gurning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been gurning
you will have been gurning
he/she/it will have been gurning
we will have been gurning
you will have been gurning
they will have been gurning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been gurning
you had been gurning
he/she/it had been gurning
we had been gurning
you had been gurning
they had been gurning
Conditional
I would gurn
you would gurn
he/she/it would gurn
we would gurn
you would gurn
they would gurn
Past Conditional
I would have gurned
you would have gurned
he/she/it would have gurned
we would have gurned
you would have gurned
they would have gurned
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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We had to wear a Chubby Brown-style helmet and goggles, cross our arms and legs, grit our teeth and grin inanely to begin with to stop the wind turning us into gurners.
The atmosphere in the venue was exuberant as the veteran guitar gurners plodded out all those old sounds that have delighted many a denim jacketed themed over the years.