snog


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snog

 (snŏg)
v. snogged, snog·ging, snogs Chiefly British Slang
v.intr.
To kiss and caress amorously.
v.tr.
To kiss and caress (another) amorously.

[Perhaps akin to snug.]

snog

(snɒɡ)
vb, snogs, snogging or snogged
to kiss and cuddle (someone)
n
the act of kissing and cuddling
[of obscure origin]

snog


Past participle: snogged
Gerund: snogging

Imperative
snog
snog
Present
I snog
you snog
he/she/it snogs
we snog
you snog
they snog
Preterite
I snogged
you snogged
he/she/it snogged
we snogged
you snogged
they snogged
Present Continuous
I am snogging
you are snogging
he/she/it is snogging
we are snogging
you are snogging
they are snogging
Present Perfect
I have snogged
you have snogged
he/she/it has snogged
we have snogged
you have snogged
they have snogged
Past Continuous
I was snogging
you were snogging
he/she/it was snogging
we were snogging
you were snogging
they were snogging
Past Perfect
I had snogged
you had snogged
he/she/it had snogged
we had snogged
you had snogged
they had snogged
Future
I will snog
you will snog
he/she/it will snog
we will snog
you will snog
they will snog
Future Perfect
I will have snogged
you will have snogged
he/she/it will have snogged
we will have snogged
you will have snogged
they will have snogged
Future Continuous
I will be snogging
you will be snogging
he/she/it will be snogging
we will be snogging
you will be snogging
they will be snogging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been snogging
you have been snogging
he/she/it has been snogging
we have been snogging
you have been snogging
they have been snogging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been snogging
you will have been snogging
he/she/it will have been snogging
we will have been snogging
you will have been snogging
they will have been snogging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been snogging
you had been snogging
he/she/it had been snogging
we had been snogging
you had been snogging
they had been snogging
Conditional
I would snog
you would snog
he/she/it would snog
we would snog
you would snog
they would snog
Past Conditional
I would have snogged
you would have snogged
he/she/it would have snogged
we would have snogged
you would have snogged
they would have snogged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.snog - touch with the lips or press the lips (against someone's mouth or other body part) as an expression of love, greeting, etc.; "The newly married couple kissed"; "She kissed her grandfather on the forehead when she entered the room"
touch - make physical contact with, come in contact with; "Touch the stone for good luck"; "She never touched her husband"
peck, smack - kiss lightly
Translations

snog

[snɒg]
A. N to have a snogbesuquearse
B. VIbesuquearse

snog

[ˈsnɒg]
vise bécoter
n
to have a snog with sb → bécoter qn

snog

(Brit inf)
nKnutscherei f (inf); to have a snog with somebodymit jdm rumknutschen (inf)
virumknutschen (inf)
vtabknutschen (inf)

snog

[snɒg] (Brit) (fam)
1. npomiciata
References in classic literature ?
But, if I know anything of the weather, d’ye see, it’s time to be getting all snog, and for putting the ports in and stirring the fires a bit.
He went on, "And you consate that all these steans be aboon folk that be haped here, snod an' snog?" I assented again.
I received private messages on there too, one asking 'do you have Snapchat by chance?' On the Snog.fm site I had to pretend to be 18 and my photos were soon being rated by strangers and given votes.
The situation goes from bad to worse for Dani after a text instructs "a boy and a girl whose first names begin with the same letter to snog for five seconds," and the group deduce that Dani and Dean must lock lips.
The 43 year-old mum-of-two, who appeared at the last Tory Party Conference in Birmingham after leaving Celebrity Big Brother, told LBC radio she would snog Mr Clegg "after a few pints and a kebab." On the possibility of marrying Ed Milliband, she said it would make her "give Usain Bolt a run for his money".
'RUDE': Snog Marry Avoid host Ellie Taylor Chel Jayne Baker took to the social networking site to say: "Stop stereotyping people and perhaps bullying would decrease.
Well, for some people it might have come as a welcome surprise but those of us approached by Mr Octopus (yes, you Paul!) and duped into posing for a pretend snog have been left horribly scarred - not least by his big hairy tongue.
The Daily Star said Prince Harry faced "a right royal dressing down" from girlfriend Chelsy Davy who "may not be too pleased with Harry checking out the action at a notorious 'snog a dog' night".
He revealed he would snog both the Home Secretary and singer Rita Ora, marry Labour former frontbencher Yvette Cooper and avoid David Cameron biographer and journalist Isabel Oakeshott.
"I can't really remember much about my kiss with Ewan but, in our business, you have to snog so many people, it all fades into one.