staun

staun

(stɔːn)
vb, n
a Scot word for stand
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staun


Past participle: stauned
Gerund: stauning

Imperative
staun
staun
Present
I staun
you staun
he/she/it stauns
we staun
you staun
they staun
Preterite
I stauned
you stauned
he/she/it stauned
we stauned
you stauned
they stauned
Present Continuous
I am stauning
you are stauning
he/she/it is stauning
we are stauning
you are stauning
they are stauning
Present Perfect
I have stauned
you have stauned
he/she/it has stauned
we have stauned
you have stauned
they have stauned
Past Continuous
I was stauning
you were stauning
he/she/it was stauning
we were stauning
you were stauning
they were stauning
Past Perfect
I had stauned
you had stauned
he/she/it had stauned
we had stauned
you had stauned
they had stauned
Future
I will staun
you will staun
he/she/it will staun
we will staun
you will staun
they will staun
Future Perfect
I will have stauned
you will have stauned
he/she/it will have stauned
we will have stauned
you will have stauned
they will have stauned
Future Continuous
I will be stauning
you will be stauning
he/she/it will be stauning
we will be stauning
you will be stauning
they will be stauning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been stauning
you have been stauning
he/she/it has been stauning
we have been stauning
you have been stauning
they have been stauning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been stauning
you will have been stauning
he/she/it will have been stauning
we will have been stauning
you will have been stauning
they will have been stauning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been stauning
you had been stauning
he/she/it had been stauning
we had been stauning
you had been stauning
they had been stauning
Conditional
I would staun
you would staun
he/she/it would staun
we would staun
you would staun
they would staun
Past Conditional
I would have stauned
you would have stauned
he/she/it would have stauned
we would have stauned
you would have stauned
they would have stauned
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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"The anely reason I'm gaun alang wi this at aw is that, wan day, when I'm pure mintit and famous, I'll hiv better things tae dae than staun aboot answerin fowk's stupit questions aw day lang.
But arguably the most staun opponent still remains on the city council in Alderman Rita Payleitner.
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Best practice guidelines for HPN emphasize the importance of formal training programs for patients or care providers and recognize that experienced nurses are usually best placed to take responsibility for training (Staun et al., 2009).
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Staun Olsen et al., "Low-temperature and high-pressure structural behaviour of NaBi [(Mo[O.sub.4]).sub.2]--an X-ray diffraction study," Journal of Solid State Chemistry, vol.