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poss

(pɒs)
vb
(tr) to wash (clothes) by agitating them with a long rod, pole, etc
[of uncertain origin]

poss.

1. possession.
2. possessive.
3. possible.
4. possibly.

poss


Past participle: possed
Gerund: possing

Imperative
poss
poss
Present
I poss
you poss
he/she/it posses
we poss
you poss
they poss
Preterite
I possed
you possed
he/she/it possed
we possed
you possed
they possed
Present Continuous
I am possing
you are possing
he/she/it is possing
we are possing
you are possing
they are possing
Present Perfect
I have possed
you have possed
he/she/it has possed
we have possed
you have possed
they have possed
Past Continuous
I was possing
you were possing
he/she/it was possing
we were possing
you were possing
they were possing
Past Perfect
I had possed
you had possed
he/she/it had possed
we had possed
you had possed
they had possed
Future
I will poss
you will poss
he/she/it will poss
we will poss
you will poss
they will poss
Future Perfect
I will have possed
you will have possed
he/she/it will have possed
we will have possed
you will have possed
they will have possed
Future Continuous
I will be possing
you will be possing
he/she/it will be possing
we will be possing
you will be possing
they will be possing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been possing
you have been possing
he/she/it has been possing
we have been possing
you have been possing
they have been possing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been possing
you will have been possing
he/she/it will have been possing
we will have been possing
you will have been possing
they will have been possing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been possing
you had been possing
he/she/it had been possing
we had been possing
you had been possing
they had been possing
Conditional
I would poss
you would poss
he/she/it would poss
we would poss
you would poss
they would poss
Past Conditional
I would have possed
you would have possed
he/she/it would have possed
we would have possed
you would have possed
they would have possed
Translations

poss

[pɒs]
A. ADJ ABBR =possible as soon as posscuanto antes, lo más pronto posible
B. ADV ABBR =possibly

poss

abbr of possible, possiblymögl.
References in classic literature ?
the caves of the small Island of Monte Cristo all I poss.
The dispersion of POSS nanoparticles in polymeric matrices allows to obtain advanced composite materials with high thermal, oxidative, and mechanical performances [4-7].
Now present day''s electric, machines all white and slick, No more poss tubs or mangles they need to do the trick, But one task stayed the same and yes it is still trying, You have to use your hand to work a leccy iron
While improvements due to the incorporation of POSS by copolymerization or through grafting is well-known [13, 14] polymer-POSS systems using nonchemically bonded POSS have not been studied consistently.
Most researches mainly used fine-tuned POSS molecular architectures in order to prepare nanocomposites by means of POSS copolymerization.
Right now, material made with POSS costs about as much as that made of more exotic synthetics, such as the Kevlar used in bulletproof vests, about $60 a pound.
In most studies on POSS modified montmorillonites, POSS is used as a substitute for onium ions in montmorillonite modification.
m] of the PLLA matrix decreased with using 5 wt% OCPS due to the plasticizing effect of POSS.
Currently, Poss serves as the company's new CEO, having succeeded Ellins last year.
Incorporating POSS into polypropylene matrix and the effect on the composite properties have been investigated [8], Notably, in most reports, the amount of POSS added in isotactic polypropylene (iPP) was higher than 1 wt% [9], which may limit the industrial applications for the stiff price of POSS.
Poss said that unfortunately, CTGF is probably not sufficient on its own for people to regenerate their own spinal cords.