It’s not, of course, the great news that any language often creates ‘the full bunch’ of colloquial derivatives (? denominatives?) from brands (products, etc)
And Argosing/argosing (, argosed, to argos) is not the worst word.
Everyone, even non-natives :), who dealt with Argos ever would understand it right, from the first time and without additional explanation.
It’ a real phrase.
Life is life, OK…
My question is:
Can I consider generally – as ‘a rule of thumb’ (obviously, grammar books are not the best helpers in this case) that verbs created by such a way are regular?
And use them ‘normally’ – in all tenses.