Verbo "to consign" - conjugación inglesa

Infinitivo: to consign (consigned|consigned)

Verbo "to consign"

Present
Iconsign
youconsign
he/she/itconsigns
weconsign
youconsign
theyconsign
Present continuous
Iam consigning
youare consigning
he/she/itis consigning
weare consigning
youare consigning
theyare consigning
Simple past
Iconsigned
youconsigned
he/she/itconsigned
weconsigned
youconsigned
theyconsigned
Past continuous
Iwas consigning
youwere consigning
he/she/itwas consigning
wewere consigning
youwere consigning
theywere consigning
Present perfect
Ihave consigned
youhave consigned
he/she/ithas consigned
wehave consigned
youhave consigned
theyhave consigned
Present perfect continuous
Ihave been consigning
youhave been consigning
he/she/ithas been consigning
wehave been consigning
youhave been consigning
theyhave been consigning
Past perfect
Ihad consigned
youhad consigned
he/she/ithad consigned
wehad consigned
youhad consigned
theyhad consigned
Past perfect continuous
Ihad been consigning
youhad been consigning
he/she/ithad been consigning
wehad been consigning
youhad been consigning
theyhad been consigning
Future
Iwill consign
youwill consign
he/she/itwill consign
wewill consign
youwill consign
theywill consign
Future continuous
Iwill be consigning
youwill be consigning
he/she/itwill be consigning
wewill be consigning
youwill be consigning
theywill be consigning
Future perfect
Iwill have consigned
youwill have consigned
he/she/itwill have consigned
wewill have consigned
youwill have consigned
theywill have consigned
Future perfect continuous
Iwill have been consigning
youwill have been consigning
he/she/itwill have been consigning
wewill have been consigning
youwill have been consigning
theywill have been consigning
Conditional present
Iwould consign
youwould consign
he/she/itwould consign
wewould consign
youwould consign
theywould consign
Conditional perfect
Iwould have consigned
youwould have consigned
he/she/itwould have consigned
wewould have consigned
youwould have consigned
theywould have consigned
Conditional present progressive
Iwould be consigning
youwould be consigning
he/she/itwould be consigning
wewould be consigning
youwould be consigning
theywould be consigning
Conditional perfect progressive
Iwould have been consigning
youwould have been consigning
he/she/itwould have been consigning
wewould have been consigning
youwould have been consigning
theywould have been consigning
Present subjunctive
Iconsign
youconsign
he/she/itconsign
weconsign
youconsign
theyconsign
Past subjunctive
Iconsigned
youconsigned
he/she/itconsigned
weconsigned
youconsigned
theyconsigned
Past perfect subjunctive
Ihad consigned
youhad consigned
he/she/ithad consigned
wehad consigned
youhad consigned
theyhad consigned
Imperative
youconsign
weLet´s consign
youconsign
Present participle
consigning
Past participle
consigned

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Oraciones de ejemplo (Inglés) para "to consign"

Does it wish to consign the whole idea to the waste-paper basket?
Harmonisation will consign Europe to the margins of global competition.
The factors that conspire to consign many older people to the fringes of
The debates in the Netherlands and France have done nothing to consign them to oblivion.
Therefore, I do not believe that the Presidency is trying to neglect Gothenburg or consign it to oblivion.
It is an attempt to consign any chance of alternative routes to European integration to the dustbin of history.
The alternative is to continue to consign millions of European citizens to lives of diminished hope and opportunity.
With these thoughts in mind, I would like to consign the Council's budget proposal to a reading in the European Parliament.
With these thoughts in mind, I would like to consign the Council' s budget proposal to a reading in the European Parliament.
Today's world has a chance to consign those diseases to the history books, and we have to succeed.
If all small countries endorse this, we will fortunately be able to consign this nonsense of Mr Giscard d'Estaing's to the scrap heap.
I believe that it is necessary to put pressure also on other countries, such as America and China, to consign this action to history.
I will end, Madam President, by saying that adopting this amended directive will consign Bolkestein to oblivion.
We hope to consign the death penalty to the history books as a form of punishment which has no place in the modern world.
We either try to improve the product and market it effectively within the court of public opinion, or we consign the whole project to oblivion.
Secondly, the objective is attainable. The technical, financial and economic means to overcome hunger and consign it to oblivion are available.
   Mr President, ladies and gentlemen, if we want to consign poverty to history, the gap between words and deeds needs to be closed.
Does that mean we should consign that embryo-human being to the dustbin rather than using it for scientific research?
Europe must henceforth consign such methods of persuading people of the supreme merits of its policies to the scrap-heap.
If it is not the case that the Commissioner is having a little joke with us, the best way to treat this particular article is to consign it to the nearest wastepaper basket.
That is why the immigration issue is something that Member States are keen to consign to the European negotiation tables, and that is how history gets to repeat itself.
In reality, he is proposing to consign the successive UNO decisions to the dustbin, to reward the Turkish invasion and to perpetuate the 24-year tragedy of Cyprus.
Can we be sure that it will not end with a new Srebrenica, in which those who should help merely leave their positions at the slightest threat and consign the people to their fate.
Politically, fishing is one of the most important issues for our Member States, it arouses tremendous passions, tremendous disputes but we always consign it to Friday.
Parliament voted by 365 votes to 135 not merely to consign financial aid for Turkey to the reserve but to delete it from the reserve altogether.
The Constitution also sets out the measures that we should take, and so it would be a serious mistake to consign women’s issues to the field of social policy.
In that way, Europe is at risk of losing control over the common agricultural policy, for a 35 % reduction in the level of premiums will consign the common market firmly to the history books.
I also urge Russia to withdraw its troops from Transnistria, allow a peaceful reunification of Moldova and consign the Tiraspol gangster regime to the dustbins of history.
This initiative of the Italian Government recalls dark times, and tragic policies that Europe has seen in the past and that we would have preferred to consign to the history books for ever.