Verbo "to phrase" - conjugación inglesa

Infinitivo: to phrase (phrased|phrased)

Verbo "to phrase"

Present
I phrase
you phrase
he/she/it phrases
we phrase
you phrase
they phrase

Present continuous
I am phrasing
you are phrasing
he/she/it is phrasing
we are phrasing
you are phrasing
they are phrasing

Simple past
I phrased
you phrased
he/she/it phrased
we phrased
you phrased
they phrased

Past continuous
I was phrasing
you were phrasing
he/she/it was phrasing
we were phrasing
you were phrasing
they were phrasing

Present perfect
I have phrased
you have phrased
he/she/it has phrased
we have phrased
you have phrased
they have phrased

Present perfect continuous
I have been phrasing
you have been phrasing
he/she/it has been phrasing
we have been phrasing
you have been phrasing
they have been phrasing

Past perfect
I had phrased
you had phrased
he/she/it had phrased
we had phrased
you had phrased
they had phrased

Past perfect continuous
I had been phrasing
you had been phrasing
he/she/it had been phrasing
we had been phrasing
you had been phrasing
they had been phrasing

Future
I will phrase
you will phrase
he/she/it will phrase
we will phrase
you will phrase
they will phrase

Future continuous
I will be phrasing
you will be phrasing
he/she/it will be phrasing
we will be phrasing
you will be phrasing
they will be phrasing

Future perfect
I will have phrased
you will have phrased
he/she/it will have phrased
we will have phrased
you will have phrased
they will have phrased

Future perfect continuous
I will have been phrasing
you will have been phrasing
he/she/it will have been phrasing
we will have been phrasing
you will have been phrasing
they will have been phrasing

Conditional present
I would phrase
you would phrase
he/she/it would phrase
we would phrase
you would phrase
they would phrase

Conditional perfect
I would have phrased
you would have phrased
he/she/it would have phrased
we would have phrased
you would have phrased
they would have phrased

Conditional present progressive
I would be phrasing
you would be phrasing
he/she/it would be phrasing
we would be phrasing
you would be phrasing
they would be phrasing

Conditional perfect progressive
I would have been phrasing
you would have been phrasing
he/she/it would have been phrasing
we would have been phrasing
you would have been phrasing
they would have been phrasing

Present subjunctive
I phrase
you phrase
he/she/it phrase
we phrase
you phrase
they phrase

Past subjunctive
I phrased
you phrased
he/she/it phrased
we phrased
you phrased
they phrased

Past perfect subjunctive
I had phrased
you had phrased
he/she/it had phrased
we had phrased
you had phrased
they had phrased

Future subjunctive

Imperative
you phrase
we Let´s phrase
you phrase

Present participle
phrasing

Past participle
phrased

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Sinónimos (Inglés) para "phrase":

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Traducción (Español) para el verbo "to phrase"

Oraciones de ejemplo (Inglés) para "to phrase"

the following phrase:
I think that was a good phrase.
What does this phrase really mean?
The first phrase of this amendment...
The first phrase of this amendment ...
In my opinion, this is a splendid phrase.
What does this phrase actually mean?
Is a series of words that create a phrase.
The phrase is excessive, superfluous, absurd!
Searching the document for a word or phrase
Search the document for a word or phrase.
I like his phrase 'lean and clean '.
However, this appears to be a hollow phrase.
And yet this phrase is nowhere to be seen.
The phrase in question does not deny anything.
The Commissioner uses the phrase 'less ambitious'.
The phrase is to be understood as Mr Imbeni said.
This phrase could give the wrong impression.
I like his phrase 'lean and clean'.
The key phrase here is 'global approach'.
Now, however, the phrase is apt.
This last phrase should be added to the original text.
In my opinion, this is a splendid phrase.
There is no need for this phrase in the text any more.
Yet what is behind this phrase?
My second key phrase is the Statement of Assurance.
The phrase 'just a housewife' needs to be outlawed.
As to the phrase she read out, that is an oral amendment.
We want, if I can use the phrase, to see disability.
I see a term or phrase that is offensive or inappropriate.
The clue is in the phrase, and the answer is 'socialism'.
Will we remember the well-known phrase 'bon pour l'orient'?
We want, if I can use the phrase, to see disability .
To search for an exact phrase, enclose it in quotes (").
Mr Goebbels called for a, and that is a good phrase.
PhraseFind may be the coolest feature ever.
The phrase 'from farm to fork' means just that.
'Let a thousand flowers bloom' was, I think, the great phrase.
The third key phrase is access to information.
This phrase was then repeated by the media.