house-hunt

house-hunt

vb (intr)
to search for a house to buy or rent
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house-hunt


Past participle: house-hunted
Gerund: house-hunting

Imperative
house-hunt
house-hunt
Present
I house-hunt
you house-hunt
he/she/it house-hunts
we house-hunt
you house-hunt
they house-hunt
Preterite
I house-hunted
you house-hunted
he/she/it house-hunted
we house-hunted
you house-hunted
they house-hunted
Present Continuous
I am house-hunting
you are house-hunting
he/she/it is house-hunting
we are house-hunting
you are house-hunting
they are house-hunting
Present Perfect
I have house-hunted
you have house-hunted
he/she/it has house-hunted
we have house-hunted
you have house-hunted
they have house-hunted
Past Continuous
I was house-hunting
you were house-hunting
he/she/it was house-hunting
we were house-hunting
you were house-hunting
they were house-hunting
Past Perfect
I had house-hunted
you had house-hunted
he/she/it had house-hunted
we had house-hunted
you had house-hunted
they had house-hunted
Future
I will house-hunt
you will house-hunt
he/she/it will house-hunt
we will house-hunt
you will house-hunt
they will house-hunt
Future Perfect
I will have house-hunted
you will have house-hunted
he/she/it will have house-hunted
we will have house-hunted
you will have house-hunted
they will have house-hunted
Future Continuous
I will be house-hunting
you will be house-hunting
he/she/it will be house-hunting
we will be house-hunting
you will be house-hunting
they will be house-hunting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been house-hunting
you have been house-hunting
he/she/it has been house-hunting
we have been house-hunting
you have been house-hunting
they have been house-hunting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been house-hunting
you will have been house-hunting
he/she/it will have been house-hunting
we will have been house-hunting
you will have been house-hunting
they will have been house-hunting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been house-hunting
you had been house-hunting
he/she/it had been house-hunting
we had been house-hunting
you had been house-hunting
they had been house-hunting
Conditional
I would house-hunt
you would house-hunt
he/she/it would house-hunt
we would house-hunt
you would house-hunt
they would house-hunt
Past Conditional
I would have house-hunted
you would have house-hunted
he/she/it would have house-hunted
we would have house-hunted
you would have house-hunted
they would have house-hunted
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Translations

house-hunt

[ˈhaʊshʌnt] VI (Brit) → buscar casa
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References in periodicals archive ?
Last year, Rightmove saw more than 12 million visits between Boxing Day and New Year's Eve as more people made use of their holiday to house-hunt.
Ed Parsons, of Google, said: "This new imagery of so many stunning British places means it's the ideal time to start planning a trip, kick start a house-hunt or ensure you never arrive late to a meeting again."
'However, if a property is not sold within this time, it can then take months to sell, which may become more evident if the market softens.' Strong-minded movers who can resist the temptation to house-hunt until certain of a sale have long been in the minority.
However, with the average first time buyer home in the UK costing pounds 144,509, they will need to house-hunt carefully.
Now I am joined on the house-hunt by my friend, who has also been renting a three-bedroom house in Roath for the past six months because she has been given notice by her landlord.
House-hunt: Pat in Glasgow yesterday' Wanted: Le Guen
CAT RI ON A MATTHEW will house-hunt with husband Graeme in Florida rather than tee off at the start of the women's Tour in Australia.