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sus

(sʌs)
n
1. suspicion
2. a suspect
adj
suspicious
vb, susses, sussing or sussed
a variant spelling of suss2
[C20: shortened from suspicion]
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sus


Past participle: sussed
Gerund: sussing

Imperative
sus
sus
Present
I sus
you sus
he/she/it susses
we sus
you sus
they sus
Preterite
I sussed
you sussed
he/she/it sussed
we sussed
you sussed
they sussed
Present Continuous
I am sussing
you are sussing
he/she/it is sussing
we are sussing
you are sussing
they are sussing
Present Perfect
I have sussed
you have sussed
he/she/it has sussed
we have sussed
you have sussed
they have sussed
Past Continuous
I was sussing
you were sussing
he/she/it was sussing
we were sussing
you were sussing
they were sussing
Past Perfect
I had sussed
you had sussed
he/she/it had sussed
we had sussed
you had sussed
they had sussed
Future
I will sus
you will sus
he/she/it will sus
we will sus
you will sus
they will sus
Future Perfect
I will have sussed
you will have sussed
he/she/it will have sussed
we will have sussed
you will have sussed
they will have sussed
Future Continuous
I will be sussing
you will be sussing
he/she/it will be sussing
we will be sussing
you will be sussing
they will be sussing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been sussing
you have been sussing
he/she/it has been sussing
we have been sussing
you have been sussing
they have been sussing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been sussing
you will have been sussing
he/she/it will have been sussing
we will have been sussing
you will have been sussing
they will have been sussing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been sussing
you had been sussing
he/she/it had been sussing
we had been sussing
you had been sussing
they had been sussing
Conditional
I would sus
you would sus
he/she/it would sus
we would sus
you would sus
they would sus
Past Conditional
I would have sussed
you would have sussed
he/she/it would have sussed
we would have sussed
you would have sussed
they would have sussed
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sus - type genus of the SuidaeSus - type genus of the Suidae    
mammal genus - a genus of mammals
family Suidae, Suidae - pigs; hogs; boars
pig, squealer, Sus scrofa, grunter, hog - domestic swine
piggy, piglet, shoat, shote - a young pig
boar, Sus scrofa, wild boar - Old World wild swine having a narrow body and prominent tusks from which most domestic swine come; introduced in United States
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Translations

sus

[sʌs] N (= suspicion) he was picked up on susla policía le detuvo por sospechoso
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References in classic literature ?
"I'll tell you why you came here myself: you see, I don't give you your wages, you are so proud you don't want to bow down and ask for it, and so you come to punish me with your stupid stares, to worry me and you have no sus...pic...ion how stupid it is--stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid!
"CON tal que las costumbres de un autor," says Don Thomas de las Torres, in the preface to his "Amatory Poems" "sean puras y castas, importo muy poco que no sean igualmente severas sus obras" -- meaning, in plain English, that, provided the morals of an author are pure personally, it signifies nothing what are the morals of his books.
He was suffering from my sus picion, and the low undertone of his voice made his protestations sound very pathetic.
The fact is that the SUS was implemented; however, it has not been consolidated.