Detailed Translations for goad from English to Dutch


to goad verb (goads, goaded, goading)

  1. to goad (whip up; stimulate; drive; nettle; irritate)
    aanzetten; opzwepen; sterk prikkelen

Conjugations for goad:

  1. goad
  2. goad
  3. goads
  4. goad
  5. goad
  6. goad
simple past
  1. goaded
  2. goaded
  3. goaded
  4. goaded
  5. goaded
  6. goaded
present perfect
  1. have goaded
  2. have goaded
  3. has goaded
  4. have goaded
  5. have goaded
  6. have goaded
past continuous
  1. was goading
  2. were goading
  3. was goading
  4. were goading
  5. were goading
  6. were goading
  1. shall goad
  2. will goad
  3. will goad
  4. shall goad
  5. will goad
  6. will goad
continuous present
  1. am goading
  2. are goading
  3. is goading
  4. are goading
  5. are goading
  6. are goading
  1. be goaded
  2. be goaded
  3. be goaded
  4. be goaded
  5. be goaded
  6. be goaded
  1. goad!
  2. let's goad!
  3. goaded
  4. goading
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for goad:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
aanzetten encouraging; impelling; inciting; stimulation; turning on
- goading; prod; prodding; spur; spurring; urging
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
aanzetten drive; goad; irritate; nettle; stimulate; whip up activate; bait; connect; drive; encourage; excite; grind; incite; instigate; light; put on; sharpen; start; stimulate; stir up; strop; switch on; turn on; urge; whet
opzwepen drive; goad; irritate; nettle; stimulate; whip up
sterk prikkelen drive; goad; irritate; nettle; stimulate; whip up
- needle; prick; spur

Related Words for "goad":

  • goading

Synonyms for "goad":

Related Definitions for "goad":

  1. a pointed instrument that is used to prod into a state of motion1
  2. a verbalization that encourages you to attempt something1
  3. goad or provoke,as by constant criticism1
  4. stab or urge on as if with a pointed stick1
  5. urge with or as if with a goad1
  6. give heart or courage to1

Wiktionary Translations for goad:

  1. to encourage or stimulate
  2. to incite or provoke
  3. to prod with a goad; to encourage, stimulate, incite or provoke