impolder

impolder

(ɪmˈpəʊldə) or

empolder

vb
1. (Physical Geography) rare to make into a polder; reclaim (land) from the sea
2. (Civil Engineering) rare to make into a polder; reclaim (land) from the sea
[C19: from Dutch inpolderen, see in-2, polder]

impolder


Past participle: impoldered
Gerund: impoldering

Imperative
impolder
impolder
Present
I impolder
you impolder
he/she/it impolders
we impolder
you impolder
they impolder
Preterite
I impoldered
you impoldered
he/she/it impoldered
we impoldered
you impoldered
they impoldered
Present Continuous
I am impoldering
you are impoldering
he/she/it is impoldering
we are impoldering
you are impoldering
they are impoldering
Present Perfect
I have impoldered
you have impoldered
he/she/it has impoldered
we have impoldered
you have impoldered
they have impoldered
Past Continuous
I was impoldering
you were impoldering
he/she/it was impoldering
we were impoldering
you were impoldering
they were impoldering
Past Perfect
I had impoldered
you had impoldered
he/she/it had impoldered
we had impoldered
you had impoldered
they had impoldered
Future
I will impolder
you will impolder
he/she/it will impolder
we will impolder
you will impolder
they will impolder
Future Perfect
I will have impoldered
you will have impoldered
he/she/it will have impoldered
we will have impoldered
you will have impoldered
they will have impoldered
Future Continuous
I will be impoldering
you will be impoldering
he/she/it will be impoldering
we will be impoldering
you will be impoldering
they will be impoldering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been impoldering
you have been impoldering
he/she/it has been impoldering
we have been impoldering
you have been impoldering
they have been impoldering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been impoldering
you will have been impoldering
he/she/it will have been impoldering
we will have been impoldering
you will have been impoldering
they will have been impoldering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been impoldering
you had been impoldering
he/she/it had been impoldering
we had been impoldering
you had been impoldering
they had been impoldering
Conditional
I would impolder
you would impolder
he/she/it would impolder
we would impolder
you would impolder
they would impolder
Past Conditional
I would have impoldered
you would have impoldered
he/she/it would have impoldered
we would have impoldered
you would have impoldered
they would have impoldered
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94) But the point to make here is that the Groningen administration only reaped the benefits of their investment over the long term: the city inherited all the rechten van opstrek as well as the poor quality land, (95) and thus found itself freely able to impolder large tracts of surrounding waste further down the line.