Verbo "to embrace" - conjugación inglesa

Infinitivo: to embrace (embraced|embraced) Conjugation of embrace (Export PDF)

Verbo "to embrace"

Present
Iembrace
youembrace
he/she/itembraces
weembrace
youembrace
theyembrace
Present continuous
Iam embracing
youare embracing
he/she/itis embracing
weare embracing
youare embracing
theyare embracing
Simple past
Iembraced
youembraced
he/she/itembraced
weembraced
youembraced
theyembraced
Past continuous
Iwas embracing
youwere embracing
he/she/itwas embracing
wewere embracing
youwere embracing
theywere embracing
Present perfect
Ihave embraced
youhave embraced
he/she/ithas embraced
wehave embraced
youhave embraced
theyhave embraced
Present perfect continuous
Ihave been embracing
youhave been embracing
he/she/ithas been embracing
wehave been embracing
youhave been embracing
theyhave been embracing
Past perfect
Ihad embraced
youhad embraced
he/she/ithad embraced
wehad embraced
youhad embraced
theyhad embraced
Past perfect continuous
Ihad been embracing
youhad been embracing
he/she/ithad been embracing
wehad been embracing
youhad been embracing
theyhad been embracing
Future
Iwill embrace
youwill embrace
he/she/itwill embrace
wewill embrace
youwill embrace
theywill embrace
Future continuous
Iwill be embracing
youwill be embracing
he/she/itwill be embracing
wewill be embracing
youwill be embracing
theywill be embracing
Future perfect
Iwill have embraced
youwill have embraced
he/she/itwill have embraced
wewill have embraced
youwill have embraced
theywill have embraced
Future perfect continuous
Iwill have been embracing
youwill have been embracing
he/she/itwill have been embracing
wewill have been embracing
youwill have been embracing
theywill have been embracing
Conditional present
Iwould embrace
youwould embrace
he/she/itwould embrace
wewould embrace
youwould embrace
theywould embrace
Conditional perfect
Iwould have embraced
youwould have embraced
he/she/itwould have embraced
wewould have embraced
youwould have embraced
theywould have embraced
Conditional present progressive
Iwould be embracing
youwould be embracing
he/she/itwould be embracing
wewould be embracing
youwould be embracing
theywould be embracing
Conditional perfect progressive
Iwould have been embracing
youwould have been embracing
he/she/itwould have been embracing
wewould have been embracing
youwould have been embracing
theywould have been embracing
Present subjunctive
Iembrace
youembrace
he/she/itembrace
weembrace
youembrace
theyembrace
Past subjunctive
Iembraced
youembraced
he/she/itembraced
weembraced
youembraced
theyembraced
Past perfect subjunctive
Ihad embraced
youhad embraced
he/she/ithad embraced
wehad embraced
youhad embraced
theyhad embraced
Imperative
youembrace
weLet´s embrace
youembrace
Present participle
embracing
Past participle
embraced

Sinónimos

Sinónimos (inglés) para "embrace":

© Princeton Universityespouse · adopt · sweep up · hug · bosom · squeeze · encompass · comprehend · cover · embracing · embracement

Traducción (Español) para el verbo "to embrace"

Oraciones de ejemplo (Inglés) para "to embrace"

We must embrace this opportunity.
embrace its profound meaning.
Will the Commission embrace this roadmap?
Only thus can we embrace a new future.
We should welcome and embrace it.
We can also partially embrace Amendment Nos 3 and 9.
As a sign of my ardent desire to embrace the entire
This will also require a willingness to embrace transparency.
All the institutions need to embrace reform whole-heartedly.
I do believe that we have a huge opportunity if we can embrace it.
Therefore, I urge the Council and Commission to embrace the change.
prayer he or she can embrace the whole world.
of duties, to embrace it, to appreciate it and to coordinate it with
Grant that no one may remain outside his embrace of mercy and peace!
welcomes us in her motherly embrace, spreading grace and compassion.
I hope that you will embrace this as a historic opportunity for change.
This would be a step towards democracy and the Commission should embrace it.
The first is that the Lisbon and Gothenburg strategies must embrace everyone.
His embrace of the Crucified was such so as to become co-crucified.
grave sins; d) advice which inspire all, in a gradual way, to embrace the path
and women to embrace the “mystery” of their own life.
As a result, the EU will embrace the principle of pre-emptive war.
Let no one in this Jubilee year wish to exclude himself from the Father's embrace.
We should not be afraid of the internal market. We should embrace it.
We must therefore embrace the concept of plurality in the field of religion, too.
embrace equally the past ages of civilization and economy, as also the whole of
The negotiating process leading to EU accession needs to embrace the whole of society.
The Charter must be binding and embrace the European institutions.
Sadly it seems inevitable that the Council will not immediately embrace our amendments.
It is these signs that we are turning to, to point them out, embrace them and encourage them.
I am more than happy to embrace those ideas, again in order to give legitimacy to what we do.
Some hope of that if we continue to embrace globalism.
Our first task was therefore to embrace multiculturalism and differences.
Member States must embrace this legislation if it is to have any effect.
The friars of Haiti truly felt the warm fraternal embrace of the whole Franciscan family.
If ever there was a right moment to embrace expectations of Jesus at work in Europe, it is now.
As a political force, we serve to guarantee that Austria will continue to embrace European values.
It is time to embrace the primacy of the nation states over the stifling control of Brussels.
At first reading, the European Parliament did not embrace this concept of a closed loop.
We need to realise that if we embrace the challenge, we can profit by our own example.