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star·gaze

 (stär′gāz′)
intr.v. star·gazed, star·gaz·ing, star·gaz·es
1. To gaze at the stars.
2. To daydream.
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stargaze

(ˈstɑːˌɡeɪz)
vb (intr)
1. (Astronomy) to observe the stars
2. to daydream
ˈstarˌgazer n
ˈstarˌgazing n, adj
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star•gaze

(ˈstɑrˌgeɪz)

v.i. -gazed, -gaz•ing.
1. to gaze at or observe the stars.
2. to daydream.
[1620–30]
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stargaze


Past participle: stargazed
Gerund: stargazing

Imperative
stargaze
stargaze
Present
I stargaze
you stargaze
he/she/it stargazes
we stargaze
you stargaze
they stargaze
Preterite
I stargazed
you stargazed
he/she/it stargazed
we stargazed
you stargazed
they stargazed
Present Continuous
I am stargazing
you are stargazing
he/she/it is stargazing
we are stargazing
you are stargazing
they are stargazing
Present Perfect
I have stargazed
you have stargazed
he/she/it has stargazed
we have stargazed
you have stargazed
they have stargazed
Past Continuous
I was stargazing
you were stargazing
he/she/it was stargazing
we were stargazing
you were stargazing
they were stargazing
Past Perfect
I had stargazed
you had stargazed
he/she/it had stargazed
we had stargazed
you had stargazed
they had stargazed
Future
I will stargaze
you will stargaze
he/she/it will stargaze
we will stargaze
you will stargaze
they will stargaze
Future Perfect
I will have stargazed
you will have stargazed
he/she/it will have stargazed
we will have stargazed
you will have stargazed
they will have stargazed
Future Continuous
I will be stargazing
you will be stargazing
he/she/it will be stargazing
we will be stargazing
you will be stargazing
they will be stargazing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been stargazing
you have been stargazing
he/she/it has been stargazing
we have been stargazing
you have been stargazing
they have been stargazing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been stargazing
you will have been stargazing
he/she/it will have been stargazing
we will have been stargazing
you will have been stargazing
they will have been stargazing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been stargazing
you had been stargazing
he/she/it had been stargazing
we had been stargazing
you had been stargazing
they had been stargazing
Conditional
I would stargaze
you would stargaze
he/she/it would stargaze
we would stargaze
you would stargaze
they would stargaze
Past Conditional
I would have stargazed
you would have stargazed
he/she/it would have stargazed
we would have stargazed
you would have stargazed
they would have stargazed
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.stargaze - observe the stars
astronomy, uranology - the branch of physics that studies celestial bodies and the universe as a whole
gaze, stare - look at with fixed eyes; "The students stared at the teacher with amazement"
2.stargaze - have a daydream; indulge in a fantasy
conceive of, envisage, ideate, imagine - form a mental image of something that is not present or that is not the case; "Can you conceive of him as the president?"
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Translations

stargaze

[ˈstɑːgeɪz] VImirar las estrellas (fig) → distraerse, mirar las telarañas
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Today he hauls the charts, plus 20 plastic lounge chairs to a remote site, grabs his green laser pointer and stargazes with guests of his 558-unit resort.
You could stargaze all year if you want to brave a November night."