Verbo "to phrase" - conjugación inglesa

Infinitivo: to phrase (phrased|phrased)

Verbo "to phrase"

Present
Iphrase
youphrase
he/she/itphrases
wephrase
youphrase
theyphrase
Present continuous
Iam phrasing
youare phrasing
he/she/itis phrasing
weare phrasing
youare phrasing
theyare phrasing
Simple past
Iphrased
youphrased
he/she/itphrased
wephrased
youphrased
theyphrased
Past continuous
Iwas phrasing
youwere phrasing
he/she/itwas phrasing
wewere phrasing
youwere phrasing
theywere phrasing
Present perfect
Ihave phrased
youhave phrased
he/she/ithas phrased
wehave phrased
youhave phrased
theyhave phrased
Present perfect continuous
Ihave been phrasing
youhave been phrasing
he/she/ithas been phrasing
wehave been phrasing
youhave been phrasing
theyhave been phrasing
Past perfect
Ihad phrased
youhad phrased
he/she/ithad phrased
wehad phrased
youhad phrased
theyhad phrased
Past perfect continuous
Ihad been phrasing
youhad been phrasing
he/she/ithad been phrasing
wehad been phrasing
youhad been phrasing
theyhad been phrasing
Future
Iwill phrase
youwill phrase
he/she/itwill phrase
wewill phrase
youwill phrase
theywill phrase
Future continuous
Iwill be phrasing
youwill be phrasing
he/she/itwill be phrasing
wewill be phrasing
youwill be phrasing
theywill be phrasing
Future perfect
Iwill have phrased
youwill have phrased
he/she/itwill have phrased
wewill have phrased
youwill have phrased
theywill have phrased
Future perfect continuous
Iwill have been phrasing
youwill have been phrasing
he/she/itwill have been phrasing
wewill have been phrasing
youwill have been phrasing
theywill have been phrasing
Conditional present
Iwould phrase
youwould phrase
he/she/itwould phrase
wewould phrase
youwould phrase
theywould phrase
Conditional perfect
Iwould have phrased
youwould have phrased
he/she/itwould have phrased
wewould have phrased
youwould have phrased
theywould have phrased
Conditional present progressive
Iwould be phrasing
youwould be phrasing
he/she/itwould be phrasing
wewould be phrasing
youwould be phrasing
theywould be phrasing
Conditional perfect progressive
Iwould have been phrasing
youwould have been phrasing
he/she/itwould have been phrasing
wewould have been phrasing
youwould have been phrasing
theywould have been phrasing
Present subjunctive
Iphrase
youphrase
he/she/itphrase
wephrase
youphrase
theyphrase
Past subjunctive
Iphrased
youphrased
he/she/itphrased
wephrased
youphrased
theyphrased
Past perfect subjunctive
Ihad phrased
youhad phrased
he/she/ithad phrased
wehad phrased
youhad phrased
theyhad phrased
Imperative
youphrase
weLet´s phrase
youphrase
Present participle
phrasing
Past participle
phrased

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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.
And yet this phrase is nowhere to be seen.
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.
We want, if I can use the phrase, to see disability .
The clue is in the phrase, and the answer is 'socialism'.
Will we remember the well-known phrase 'bon pour l'orient'?
To search for an exact phrase, enclose it in quotes (").
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.
What do we make of the phrase 'a Europe of nation states '?
What do we make of the phrase 'a Europe of nation states' ?
To coin a phrase, the European Union should do less, better.
Allow me to begin with a phrase used by Mr Verhofstadt.