scoosh

scoosh

(skʊʃ)
vb
1. to squirt
2. (intr) (of liquid) to rush
n
3. a squirt or rush of liquid
4. (Cookery) any fizzy drink
[C19: of imitative origin]
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scoosh


Past participle: scooshed
Gerund: scooshing

Imperative
scoosh
scoosh
Present
I scoosh
you scoosh
he/she/it scooshes
we scoosh
you scoosh
they scoosh
Preterite
I scooshed
you scooshed
he/she/it scooshed
we scooshed
you scooshed
they scooshed
Present Continuous
I am scooshing
you are scooshing
he/she/it is scooshing
we are scooshing
you are scooshing
they are scooshing
Present Perfect
I have scooshed
you have scooshed
he/she/it has scooshed
we have scooshed
you have scooshed
they have scooshed
Past Continuous
I was scooshing
you were scooshing
he/she/it was scooshing
we were scooshing
you were scooshing
they were scooshing
Past Perfect
I had scooshed
you had scooshed
he/she/it had scooshed
we had scooshed
you had scooshed
they had scooshed
Future
I will scoosh
you will scoosh
he/she/it will scoosh
we will scoosh
you will scoosh
they will scoosh
Future Perfect
I will have scooshed
you will have scooshed
he/she/it will have scooshed
we will have scooshed
you will have scooshed
they will have scooshed
Future Continuous
I will be scooshing
you will be scooshing
he/she/it will be scooshing
we will be scooshing
you will be scooshing
they will be scooshing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been scooshing
you have been scooshing
he/she/it has been scooshing
we have been scooshing
you have been scooshing
they have been scooshing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been scooshing
you will have been scooshing
he/she/it will have been scooshing
we will have been scooshing
you will have been scooshing
they will have been scooshing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been scooshing
you had been scooshing
he/she/it had been scooshing
we had been scooshing
you had been scooshing
they had been scooshing
Conditional
I would scoosh
you would scoosh
he/she/it would scoosh
we would scoosh
you would scoosh
they would scoosh
Past Conditional
I would have scooshed
you would have scooshed
he/she/it would have scooshed
we would have scooshed
you would have scooshed
they would have scooshed
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
References in periodicals archive ?
Simply adding a handful of cooked peas, fresh parsley and a scoosh of lemon to finish gave us an easy, tasty meal with minimal effort.
The companion double CD of children's lore and of stories, Rum Scum Scoosh!(Elphinstone Institute EICD003), goes some way to showing these other aspects of his many talents.
To push the wine from the keg, both producers use a blend of nitrogen with "just a scoosh" of carbon dioxide, the so-called Guinness blend.
A product of this period, which Stanley planned and put together, was the double CD of his oral memories of childhood games and stories from Aberdeen, Rum Scum Scoosh! (2006).
Rum Scum Scoosh! consists of two CDs, the first devoted to 'songs' and the second to 'stories'.
When he crosses a line, it's like the ones the refs scoosh in the World Cup.
Annoying when you have champagne dreams and scoosh money isn't it?
Just one scoosh and your hair appears thicker, shinier, and stronger.
Every time I ask how he got on, he just says 'Scoosh case,' grabs something out of the fridge and wanders off.