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form of quit:

to quit verb (quits, quit, quiting)

  1. to quit
    to quit; to drop out; to pull out
    • quit verb (quits, quit, quiting)
    • drop out verb (drops out, dropped out, dropping out)
    • pull out verb (pulls out, pulled out, pulling out)
  2. to quit
    to surrender; to quit; to capitulate; to give up to
    • surrender verb (surrenders, surrendered, surrendering)
    • quit verb (quits, quit, quiting)
    • capitulate verb (capitulates, capitulated, capitulating)
    • give up to verb (gives up to, gave up to, giving up to)
  3. to quit
    – give up in the face of defeat of lacking hope; admit defeat 1
    to quit; to drop out; to give up; to throw in; throw in the towel; drop by the wayside; fall by the wayside; chuck up the sponge
    – give up in the face of defeat of lacking hope; admit defeat 1
  4. to quit
    – go away or leave 1
    to quit; to depart; take leave
    – go away or leave 1
  5. to quit
    – turn away from; give up 1
    to quit; to relinquish; to renounce; foreswear
    – turn away from; give up 1
    • quit verb (quits, quit, quiting)
    • relinquish verb (relinquishes, relinquished, relinquishing)
    • renounce verb (renounces, renounced, renouncing)
    • foreswear verb
      • I am foreswearing women forever1
  6. to quit
    – give up or retire from a position 1
    to quit; to resign; to step down; leave office
    – give up or retire from a position 1
    • quit verb (quits, quit, quiting)
    • resign verb (resigns, resigned, resigning)
      • The chairman resigned over the financial scandal1
    • step down verb (steps down, stepped down, stepping down)
    • leave office verb
      • The Secretary of the Navy will leave office next month1
  7. to quit
    – put an end to a state or an activity 1
    to cease; to quit; to stop; to lay off; to give up; discontinue
    – put an end to a state or an activity 1
    • cease verb (ceases, ceased, ceasing)
    • quit verb (quits, quit, quiting)
    • stop verb (stops, stopped, stopping)
    • lay off verb (lays off, laid off, laying off)
    • give up verb (gives up, gave up, giving up)

Conjugations for quit:

present
  1. quit
  2. quit
  3. quits
  4. quit
  5. quit
  6. quit
simple past
  1. quit
  2. quit
  3. quit
  4. quit
  5. quit
  6. quit
present perfect
  1. have quit
  2. have quit
  3. has quit
  4. have quit
  5. have quit
  6. have quit
past continuous
  1. was quiting
  2. were quiting
  3. was quiting
  4. were quiting
  5. were quiting
  6. were quiting
future
  1. shall quit
  2. will quit
  3. will quit
  4. shall quit
  5. will quit
  6. will quit
continuous present
  1. am quiting
  2. are quiting
  3. is quiting
  4. are quiting
  5. are quiting
  6. are quiting
subjunctive
diverse
  1. quit!
  2. let's quit!
  3. quited
  4. quiting
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

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Antonyms for "quit":


Related Definitions for "quit":

  1. give up in the face of defeat of lacking hope; admit defeat1
  2. go away or leave1
  3. turn away from; give up1
  4. give up or retire from a position1
  5. put an end to a state or an activity1

form of stink:

to stink verb (stinks, stank, stinking)

  1. to stink
    to smell; to stink; to have something fishy about it
    • smell verb (smells, smelled, smelling)
    • stink verb (stinks, stank, stinking)
    • have something fishy about it verb (has something fishy about it, had something fishy about it, having something fishy about it)
  2. to stink
    – smell badly and offensively 1
    to stink; to reek
    – smell badly and offensively 1
    • stink verb (stinks, stank, stinking)
    • reek verb (reeks, reeked, reeking)
      • The building reeks of smoke1
  3. to stink
    – be extremely bad in quality or in one's performance 1
    to stink
    – be extremely bad in quality or in one's performance 1
    • stink verb (stinks, stank, stinking)
      • This term paper stinks!1

Conjugations for stink:

present
  1. stink
  2. stink
  3. stinks
  4. stink
  5. stink
  6. stink
simple past
  1. stank
  2. stank
  3. stank
  4. stank
  5. stank
  6. stank
present perfect
  1. have stunk
  2. have stunk
  3. has stunk
  4. have stunk
  5. have stunk
  6. have stunk
past continuous
  1. was stinking
  2. were stinking
  3. was stinking
  4. were stinking
  5. were stinking
  6. were stinking
future
  1. shall stink
  2. will stink
  3. will stink
  4. shall stink
  5. will stink
  6. will stink
continuous present
  1. am stinking
  2. are stinking
  3. is stinking
  4. are stinking
  5. are stinking
  6. are stinking
subjunctive
diverse
  1. stink!
  2. let's stink!
  3. stinked
  4. stinking
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

stink [the ~] noun

  1. the stink
    the stench; the nasty smell; the bad odour; the bad smell; the stink
  2. the stink
    – a distinctive odor that is offensively unpleasant 1
    the stink; the stench; the reek; the malodor; the fetor; the malodour; the foetor; the mephitis
    – a distinctive odor that is offensively unpleasant 1

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Related Definitions for "stink":

  1. a distinctive odor that is offensively unpleasant1
  2. smell badly and offensively1
  3. be extremely bad in quality or in one's performance1
    • This term paper stinks!1

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