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retrocedere = move backward out of the way... move backward out of the way, retire, withdraw, sink back, INFINITIVE Present
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- Full conjugation of retrocedere retrocedere = retrocedere: Verbo attivo INFINITIVE Present
meaning
Present
retrocedĕreto move backward out of the way
Perfect
retrocessisseto have moved backward out of the way
 
Conjugation of: retrocedo, retrocedis, retrocessi, - , retrocedĕre
conjugation: 3 - intransitivo - attiva
Inglese: retrocedere, intr.,
  
(eng) = move backward out of the way,    retire,    withdraw,    sink back,   

(esp) = retroceder,    lang. Latino
INDICATIVE
Present
ego retrocedo
tu retrocedis
ille retrocedit
nos retrocedīmus
vos retrocedītis
illi retrocedunt
I move backward out of the way
You move backward out of the way
He/She/It moves backward out of the way
We move backward out of the way
You move backward out of the way
They move backward out of the way
INDICATIVE
Imperfect
ego retrocedēbam
tu retrocedēbas
ille retrocedēbat
nos retrocedebāmus
vos retrocedebātis
illi retrocedēbant
I was moving backward out of the way
You were moving backward out of the way
He/She/It was moving backward out of the way
We were moving backward out of the way
You were moving backward out of the way
They were moving backward out of the way
INDICATIVE
Perfect
ego retrocessi
tu retrocessisti
ille retrocessit
nos retrocessĭmus
vos retrocessistis
illi retrocessērunt retrocessere...
I moved backward out of the way
You moved backward out of the way
He/She/It moved backward out of the way
We moved backward out of the way
You moved backward out of the way
They moved backward out of the way
INDICATIVE
Perfect
ego retrocessi
tu retrocessisti
ille retrocessit
nos retrocessĭmus
vos retrocessistis
illi retrocessērunt retrocessere...
I have moved backward out of the way
You have moved backward out of the way
He/She/It has moved backward out of the way
We have moved backward out of the way
You have moved backward out of the way
They have moved backward out of the way
INDICATIVE
PlusPerfect
ego retrocessĕram
tu retrocessĕras
ille retrocessĕrat
nos retrocesserāmus
vos retrocesserātis
illi retrocessĕrant
I had moved backward out of the way
You had moved backward out of the way
He/She/It had moved backward out of the way
We had moved backward out of the way
You had moved backward out of the way
They had moved backward out of the way
INDICATIVE
Plusperfect
ego retrocessi
tu retrocessisti
ille retrocessit
nos retrocessĭmus
vos retrocessistis
illi retrocessērunt retrocessere...
INDICATIVE
Pluperfect
ego retrocessĕram
tu retrocessĕras
ille retrocessĕrat
nos retrocesserāmus
vos retrocesserātis
illi retrocessĕrant
I had moved backward out of the way
You had moved backward out of the way
He/She/It had moved backward out of the way
We had moved backward out of the way
You had moved backward out of the way
They had moved backward out of the way
INDICATIVE
Future
ego retrocedam
tu retrocedes
ille retrocedet
nos retrocedēmus
vos retrocedētis
illi retrocedent
I will move backward out of the way
You will move backward out of the way
He/She/It will move backward out of the way
We will move backward out of the way
You will move backward out of the way
They will move backward out of the way
INDICATIVE
Future perfect
ego retrocessĕro
tu retrocessĕris
ille retrocessĕrit
nos retrocesserĭmus
vos retrocesserĭtis
illi retrocessĕrint
I will have moved backward out of the way
You will have moved backward out of the way
He/She/It will have moved backward out of the way
We will have moved backward out of the way
You will have moved backward out of the way
They will have moved backward out of the way
SUBJUNTIVE
Present
ego retrocedam
tu retrocedas
ille retrocedat
nos retrocedāmus
vos retrocedātis
illi retrocedant
I (that )may move backward out of the way
You (that )may move backward out of the way
He/She/It (that )may move backward out of the way
We (that )may move backward out of the way
You (that )may move backward out of the way
They (that )may move backward out of the way
SUBJUNTIVE
Imperfect
ego retrocedĕrem
tu retrocedĕres
ille retrocedĕret
nos retrocederēmus
vos retrocederētis
illi retrocedĕrent
I (that )might move backward out of the way
You (that )might move backward out of the way
He/She/It (that )might move backward out of the way
We (that )might move backward out of the way
You (that )might move backward out of the way
They (that )might move backward out of the way
SUBJUNTIVE
Perfect
ego retrocessĕrim
tu retrocessĕris
ille retrocessĕrit
nos retrocesserĭmus
vos retrocesserĭtis
illi retrocess;ĕrint
I (whether) moved backward out of the way
You (whether) moved backward out of the way
He/She/It (whether) moved backward out of the way
We (whether) moved backward out of the way
You (whether) moved backward out of the way
They (whether) moved backward out of the way
SUBJUNTIVE
Pluperfect
ego retrocessissem
tu retrocessisses
ille retrocessisset
nos retrocessissēmus
vos retrocessissētis
illi retrocessissent
I (whether) had moved backward out of the way
You (whether) had moved backward out of the way
He/She/It (whether) had moved backward out of the way
We (whether) had moved backward out of the way
You (whether) had moved backward out of the way
They (whether) had moved backward out of the way
CONDITIONAL
Present
ego retrocedĕrem
tu retrocedĕres
ille retrocedĕret
nos retrocederēmus
vos retrocederētis
illi retrocedĕrent
I would move backward out of the way
You would move backward out of the way
He/She/It would move backward out of the way
We would move backward out of the way
You would move backward out of the way
They would move backward out of the way
CONDITIONAL
Perfect
ego retrocessissem
tu retrocessisses
ille retrocessisset
nos retrocessissēmus
vos retrocessissētis
illi retrocessissent
I would have moved backward out of the way
You would have moved backward out of the way
He/She/It would have moved backward out of the way
We would have moved backward out of the way
You would have moved backward out of the way
They would have moved backward out of the way
IMPERATIVE 
Present
retrocede
retrocedite
Future
retrocedito
retrocedito
retroceditote
retrocedunto
you move backward out of the way
you move backward out of the way

you shall move backward out of the way
he,she,it shall move backward out of the way
you shall move backward out of the way
they shall move backward out of the way
INFINITIVE  
Present
retrocedĕreto move backward out of the way
Perfect
retrocessisseto have moved backward out of the way
GERUND
retrocedendi retrocedendo, retrocedendum, retrocedendo...of moving backward out of the way
to, for moving backward out of the way
moving backward out of the way
by.. moving backward out of the way
PARTICIPLE meaning
Presentmoving
Masculine 
SingolarePlurale
Nom.retrocedens
Gen.retrocedentis
Dat.retrocedenti
Acc.retrocedentem
Voc.retrocedens
Abl.retrocedente retrocedenti...
retrocedentes
retrocedentium
retrocedentibus
retrocedentes
retrocedentes
retrocedentibus
Feminine 
Nom.retrocedens
Gen.retrocedentis
Dat.retrocedenti
Acc.retrocedentem
Voc.retrocedens
Abl.retrocedente retrocedenti...
retrocedentes
retrocedentium
retrocedentibus
retrocedentes
retrocedentes
retrocedentibus
Neuter 
Nom.retrocedens
Gen.retrocedentis
Dat.retrocedenti
Acc.retrocedens
Voc.retrocedens
Abl.retrocedente retrocedenti...
retrocedentia
retrocedentium
retrocedentibus
retrocedentia
retrocedentia
retrocedentibus

- Full conjugation of retrocedere Passive voice
Conjugation of: retroceditur, retrocedebatur, , - ,
conjugation: 3 - intransitivo - passiva
Inglese: retrocedere, intr.,
  
(eng) = move backward out of the way,    retire,    withdraw,    sink back,   

(esp) = retroceder,    lang. Latino
INDICATIVE
Present
moves backward out of the way
INDICATIVE
Imperfect
was moving backward out of the way
INDICATIVE
Future
will move backward out of the way
SUBJUNTIVE
Present
(that )may move backward out of the way
SUBJUNTIVE
Imperfect
(that )might move backward out of the way
CONDITIONAL
Present
would move backward out of the way

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