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stang

 (stăng)
v. Obsolete
A past tense of sting.
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stang

(stæŋ)
vb
archaic or dialect a past tense of sting
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sting

(stɪŋ)

v. stung, sting•ing,
n. v.t.
1. to prick or wound with a sharp-pointed, often venom-bearing organ.
2. to affect painfully or irritatingly as a result of contact, as certain plants do.
3. to cause to smart or to feel a sharp pain.
4. to cause mental or moral anguish.
5. to goad or drive, as by sharp irritation.
6. Slang. to cheat or take advantage of, esp. to overcharge; soak.
v.i.
7. to use, have, or wound with a sting, as bees.
8. to cause a sharp, smarting pain.
9. to cause or feel acute mental pain or irritation: The memory of that insult still stings.
10. to feel a smarting pain, as from a blow or the sting of an insect.
n.
11. an act or an instance of stinging.
12. a wound, pain, or smart caused by stinging.
13. any sharp physical or mental wound, hurt, or pain.
14. anything or an element in anything that wounds, pains, or irritates.
15. capacity to wound or pain: Satire has a sting.
16. a sharp stimulus or incitement.
17. any of various sharp-pointed, often venom-bearing organs of insects or other animals.
18. Slang.
b. an ostensibly illegal operation, as the buying of stolen goods, used by undercover investigators to collect evidence of wrongdoing.
[before 900; Old English stingan, c. Old Norse stinga to pierce]
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stang


Past participle: stanged
Gerund: stanging

Imperative
stang
stang
Present
I stang
you stang
he/she/it stangs
we stang
you stang
they stang
Preterite
I stanged
you stanged
he/she/it stanged
we stanged
you stanged
they stanged
Present Continuous
I am stanging
you are stanging
he/she/it is stanging
we are stanging
you are stanging
they are stanging
Present Perfect
I have stanged
you have stanged
he/she/it has stanged
we have stanged
you have stanged
they have stanged
Past Continuous
I was stanging
you were stanging
he/she/it was stanging
we were stanging
you were stanging
they were stanging
Past Perfect
I had stanged
you had stanged
he/she/it had stanged
we had stanged
you had stanged
they had stanged
Future
I will stang
you will stang
he/she/it will stang
we will stang
you will stang
they will stang
Future Perfect
I will have stanged
you will have stanged
he/she/it will have stanged
we will have stanged
you will have stanged
they will have stanged
Future Continuous
I will be stanging
you will be stanging
he/she/it will be stanging
we will be stanging
you will be stanging
they will be stanging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been stanging
you have been stanging
he/she/it has been stanging
we have been stanging
you have been stanging
they have been stanging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been stanging
you will have been stanging
he/she/it will have been stanging
we will have been stanging
you will have been stanging
they will have been stanging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been stanging
you had been stanging
he/she/it had been stanging
we had been stanging
you had been stanging
they had been stanging
Conditional
I would stang
you would stang
he/she/it would stang
we would stang
you would stang
they would stang
Past Conditional
I would have stanged
you would have stanged
he/she/it would have stanged
we would have stanged
you would have stanged
they would have stanged
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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