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LEO’s declension/conjugation tables: precipitate

Conjugation table for: precipitate

Indicative
Simple presentPresent progressive
I precipitate I am precipitating
you precipitate you are precipitating
he/​she/​it precipitates he/​she/​it is precipitating
we precipitate we are precipitating
you precipitate you are precipitating
they precipitate they are precipitating
Simple pastPast progressive
I precipitated I was precipitating
you precipitated you were precipitating
he/​she/​it precipitated he/​she/​it was precipitating
we precipitated we were precipitating
you precipitated you were precipitating
they precipitated they were precipitating
Present perfectPresent perfect progressive
I have precipitated I have been precipitating
you have precipitated you have been precipitating
he/​she/​it has precipitated he/​she/​it has been precipitating
we have precipitated we have been precipitating
you have precipitated you have been precipitating
they have precipitated they have been precipitating
Past perfectPast perfect progressive
I had precipitated I had been precipitating
you had precipitated you had been precipitating
he/​she/​it had precipitated he/​she/​it had been precipitating
we had precipitated we had been precipitating
you had precipitated you had been precipitating
they had precipitated they had been precipitating
Future (will)Future (be going to)
I will precipitate I am going to precipitate
you will precipitate you are going to precipitate
he/​she/​it will precipitate he/​she/​it is going to precipitate
we will precipitate we are going to precipitate
you will precipitate you are going to precipitate
they will precipitate they are going to precipitate
Future progressive (will)Future progressive (be going to)
I will be precipitating I am going to be precipitating
you will be precipitating you are going to be precipitating
he/​she/​it will be precipitating he/​she/​it is going to be precipitating
we will be precipitating we are going to be precipitating
you will be precipitating you are going to be precipitating
they will be precipitating they are going to be precipitating
Future perfectFuture perfect progressive
I will have precipitated I will have been precipitating
you will have precipitated you will have been precipitating
he/​she/​it will have precipitated he/​she/​it will have been precipitating
we will have precipitated we will have been precipitating
you will have precipitated you will have been precipitating
they will have precipitated they will have been precipitating
Conditional
SimpleProgressive
I would precipitate I would be precipitating
you would precipitate you would be precipitating
he/​she/​it would precipitate he/​she/​it would be precipitating
we would precipitate we would be precipitating
you would precipitate you would be precipitating
they would precipitate they would be precipitating
PerfectPerfect progressive
I would have precipitated I would have been precipitating
you would have precipitated you would have been precipitating
he/​she/​it would have precipitated he/​she/​it would have been precipitating
we would have precipitated we would have been precipitating
you would have precipitated you would have been precipitating
they would have precipitated they would have been precipitating
Imperative
Present
precipitate (you)
let's precipitate (we)
precipitate (you)
Impersonal
Present participlePast tense
precipitating precipitated
Past participle
precipitated
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