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verb     fog pronunciation in British English
/fɒɡ/
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present tense
I/you/we/theyfog
he/she/itfogs
present participlefogging
past tensefogged
past participlefogged
  1. 1

    fog

    or

    fog up

    [intransitive/transitive] if a window or mirror fogs, or if you fog it, it becomes covered with steam so that you cannot see through it or in it
  2. 2
    [transitive] to make someone confused

    My brain was fogged by sleep.

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