What does it mean to hobble idiots

hobble (German)

Part of Speech: Verb

Hyphenation:
hum | peln, simple past: hum | pel | te, participle II: hum | hum | pelt
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈHʊmpl̩n]
Word meaning / definition:
1) Walking stagnantly and swaying because one leg is less stressed than the other
2) regional drive in such a way that it bumps
Origin of the term:
perhaps of onomatopoeic origin
Related terms:
1) limp, bump, lame, stumble
2) bump, rattle, shake, sway, shake, chug, chug
General terms:
1) go
Subordinate terms:
1) hobble off, hobble away
Application examples:
1) Since I got the nail bed inflammation on my toe, I can only limp.
1) The arms must be on the stick because of their sciatica limp.
1) So that Florian doesn’t because of the shortened leg limps, he wears orthopedic shoes that make up the difference.
1) He's been around with the plaster of paris hobbled.
1) She has been strong for two days hobbled.
1) “On two crutches hobbled Patrick Hermann on the plane back to the Rhineland. "
2) The car hobbled and rumbled as he slowly moved forward.
Typical word combinations:
1) on the sticklimp; only limp can; on the streetlimp
Word formations:
Limp, hobble, hobble, hobble
Conjugations:
Present tense: I. limp; you hobble; he she it limps
Simple past: I. hobbled
Subjunctive II: i hobbled
Imperative: singular limp!; Plural limps!
Participle II: hobbled
Auxiliary verb: be; to have

Translations


Similar words (German):Tankards

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Shortly before the end of the game, Pavard had to leave the field limp - after he had previously marked the 3-0 final score with an own goal.
90min, December 10, 2018

The newly crowned Zurich government councilor Natalie Rickli has to take office on May 6th limp. The SVP politician has torn a ligament.
Blick Online, April 29, 2019

However, he was able to leave the field independently limp. Photos show his shoe torn on the side.
Business Insider Germany, February 21, 2019

Strong limping he made his way towards the outer line. But the reason for his limp wasn't in the current game.
Sport1.de, December 22, 2018

It would be like forcing a patient with a broken leg to go to the doctor in the next place limp. Nobody does either.
stern.de, September 01, 2018

Here limp 186.5 million
BILD.de, May 04, 2020

Who times through life limp has to experience first-hand how one is handicapped when one is restricted in movement.
TAZ, February 02, 2020

Storm talent Sebastian Soto worried with a thick bandage around his right leg limp had to.
Hannoversche Allgemeine, January 8th, 2020

Several PSG pros limp from the field.
n-tv.de, July 24, 2020

Most recently, the 33-year-old was able to play two games in a row before going into the dressing room early on Wednesday's training session limp had to.
90min, December 18, 2019

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Grammar / conjugations

Limp inflection - The conjugation of the verb hobble

It is a regular verb that is conjugated with the auxiliary verb sein.
 1st person singular2nd person singular3rd person singular1st person plural2nd person plural3rd person plural
Present indicativeI limp / limp / limpyou are limpinghe / she / it is limpingwe limpyou are limpingthey hobble
Present Subjunctive I.I limp / limpyou are limping / limpinghe / she / it limps / limpswe limpyou are limping / humpingthey hobble
Past tense indicativeI was limpingyou were limpinghe / she / it limpedwe limpedyou hobbledthey limped
Past tense subjunctive III was limpingyou were limpinghe / she / it limpedwe limpedyou hobbledthey limped
Perfect indicativei limpedyou limpedhe / she / it limpedwe limpedyou limpedthey limped
Perfect subjunctive I.I limpedyou have limped he / she / it limpedwe limpedyou limpedthey limped
Past perfect indicativeI was limpingyou were limpinghe / she / it was limpingwe limpedyou limpedthey were limping
Past perfect subjunctive III would have limpedyou would have been limpinghe / she / it would have limpedwe would have limpedyou would have limpedthey would have limped
Future I indicativei will hobbleyou will hobblehe / she / it will hobblewe will hobbleyou will hobblethey will hobble
Future tense I subjunctivei will hobbleyou will hobblehe / she / it will be limpingwe will hobbleyou will hobblethey will hobble
Future tense I subjunctive III would hobbleyou would hobblehe / she / it would be limpingwe would hobbleyou would hobblethey would hobble
Future tense II indicativeI'll be limpingyou will be limpedhe / she / it will have limpedwe'll be limpingyou will have limpedthey will have limped
Future tense II subjunctive II'll be limpingyou will be limpedhe / she / it will have limpedwe'll be limpingyou will have limpedthey will have limped
Future tense II subjunctive III would have limpedyou would have limpedhe / she / it would have limpedwe would have limpedyou would have limpedthey would have limped

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Limp inflection - The conjugation of the verb hobble

It is a regular verb that is conjugated with the auxiliary verb haben.
 1st person singular2nd person singular3rd person singular1st person plural2nd person plural3rd person plural
Present indicativeI limp / limp / limpyou are limpinghe / she / it is limpingwe limpyou are limpingthey hobble
Present Subjunctive I.I limp / limpyou are limping / limpinghe / she / it limps / limpswe limpyou are limping / humpingthey hobble
Past tense indicativeI was limpingyou were limpinghe / she / it limpedwe limpedyou hobbledthey limped
Past tense subjunctive III was limpingyou were limpinghe / she / it limpedwe limpedyou hobbledthey limped
Perfect indicativeI was limpingyou limpedhe / she / it limpedwe limpedyou limpedthey limped
Perfect subjunctive I.I was limpingyou limpedhe / she / it limpedwe limpedyou limpedthey limped
Past perfect indicativeI was limpingyou had limpedhe / she / it had limpedwe had limpedyou had limpedthey had limped
Past perfect subjunctive III would have limpedyou would have limpedhe / she / it would have limpedwe would have limpedyou would have limpedthey would have limped
Future I indicativei will hobbleyou will hobblehe / she / it will hobblewe will hobbleyou will hobblethey will hobble
Future tense I subjunctivei will hobbleyou will hobblehe / she / it will be limpingwe will hobbleyou will hobblethey will hobble
Future tense I subjunctive IIi would hobbleyou would hobblehe / she / it would be limpingwe would hobbleyou would hobblethey would hobble
Future tense II indicativeI will have been limpingyou will have limpedhe / she / it will have limpedwe will have limpedyou will have limpedthey will have limped
Future tense II subjunctive II will have been limpingyou will have limpedhe / she / it will have limpedwe will have limpedyou will have limpedthey will have limped
Future tense II subjunctive III would have limpedyou would have limpedhe / she / it would have limpedwe would have limpedyou would have limpedthey would have limped

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Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • dragging (one) leg
  • hatschen (coll.): walking hard for a long time; limp
  • limp: go rocking; not really true, not really true
  • paralyze: intrans. walking unevenly due to an injury, disability; transferred: not making good progress (economy, consumption, business cycle)
  • waddle (coll.): move sluggishly and rocking

Another word (synonym) for hobble - Source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "limp":

walk: ... climb down, come down, descend, climb up, climb up, hop, hop, hobble, hop, scurry, jog, crawl, come, walk, walk, march, nordic ...

limp:… Limp, past tense: limp | te, participle II: limp | limp Word meaning / definition: 1) hobble, lame 2) inconclusive, out of tune (limp - in figurative ...

Rhyme: German: -ʊmpl̩n: Rhyme pronunciation / phonetic transcription (IPA): ʊmpl̩n spellings: -umpeln Similar rhymes: rhyming words two-syllable limp crumple crumple mumble rumble rumble shrivel shrink three-syllable shrivel four-syllable by surprise

piggyback: ... wanted to go to the other bank. 1) She carried the baby piggyback instead of in front of her stomach. 1) "I could only hobble, and nobody wanted to carry me piggyback." Typical word combinations: ...

boiter:… Boi | ter pronunciation / emphasis: IPA: [bwa.te] Word meaning / definition: 1) limp, hobble, lame, dragging (one leg) 2) (comparison) limp, (argumentation) inconclusive ...


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