yomp

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yomp

(jɒmp)
vb
(intr) to walk or trek laboriously, esp heavily laden and over difficult terrain
[C20: military slang, of uncertain origin]

yomp


Past participle: yomped
Gerund: yomping

Imperative
yomp
yomp
Present
I yomp
you yomp
he/she/it yomps
we yomp
you yomp
they yomp
Preterite
I yomped
you yomped
he/she/it yomped
we yomped
you yomped
they yomped
Present Continuous
I am yomping
you are yomping
he/she/it is yomping
we are yomping
you are yomping
they are yomping
Present Perfect
I have yomped
you have yomped
he/she/it has yomped
we have yomped
you have yomped
they have yomped
Past Continuous
I was yomping
you were yomping
he/she/it was yomping
we were yomping
you were yomping
they were yomping
Past Perfect
I had yomped
you had yomped
he/she/it had yomped
we had yomped
you had yomped
they had yomped
Future
I will yomp
you will yomp
he/she/it will yomp
we will yomp
you will yomp
they will yomp
Future Perfect
I will have yomped
you will have yomped
he/she/it will have yomped
we will have yomped
you will have yomped
they will have yomped
Future Continuous
I will be yomping
you will be yomping
he/she/it will be yomping
we will be yomping
you will be yomping
they will be yomping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been yomping
you have been yomping
he/she/it has been yomping
we have been yomping
you have been yomping
they have been yomping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been yomping
you will have been yomping
he/she/it will have been yomping
we will have been yomping
you will have been yomping
they will have been yomping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been yomping
you had been yomping
he/she/it had been yomping
we had been yomping
you had been yomping
they had been yomping
Conditional
I would yomp
you would yomp
he/she/it would yomp
we would yomp
you would yomp
they would yomp
Past Conditional
I would have yomped
you would have yomped
he/she/it would have yomped
we would have yomped
you would have yomped
they would have yomped
Translations

yomp

vi (Mil sl) → sich schleppen

yomp

[jɒmp] vi (Brit) (Mil) (fam) → percorrere un terreno accidentato
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