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sinonimi di distress
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Italiano
Vocabolario e frasi
Per non affliggere il babbo con privazioni, la signorina Ascensi s'era veduta costretta a darsi anche lei all'insegnamento.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Dunque ora Bartolino doveva fare a modo di lei, cioè a modo di Cosimo Taddei, ch'era il loro maestro e la loro guida: non pensare a nulla, non affliggersi di nulla, ridere e divertirsi, poiché n'era tempo.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Della vista di costoro s'afflisse, e subito gli saltò in mente di invitarli tutti a salire in carrozza con lui: "Allegri! allegri! Andiamo a buttarci a mare tutti quanti! Una carrozzata di disperati! Sú, sú, figliuoli! salite salite! La vita è bella e non dobbiamo affliggerla con la nostra vista".(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Doveva rimanere lí, per castigo, lei, su quella poltrona, ad affliggere le due figliuole con la sua vista e i suoi lamenti.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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- Si vuole affliggere cosí per me, adesso, signorino? Io sono vecchia; non conto piú; Dio per me provvederà.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Questa notizia il Mori la dava non certo per affliggere i parenti della moglie, ora che tutto, bene o male, era passato; ma per lagnarsi della caparbietà di lei che, contro i suoi saggi consigli, s'era ostinata a portare fino all'ultimo il busto troppo stretto, i tacchi delle scarpe troppo alti.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Gli toccava fare anche da servitore alla balia che doveva arrivare: - Cose da pazzi! Dopo due anni di matrimonio e di dimora in Roma, sua moglie era come uscita or ora da quella tribú di selvaggi dell'estremo lembo della Sicilia: non sapeva né muoversi per casa, né uscir sola per provvedere ai bisogni minuti della famiglia; non sapeva far altro che rimproverar lui dalla mattina alla sera, sempre imbronciata, e punzecchiarlo dove piú si teneva: nella logica, nella logica; e affliggerlo con la piú stupida e odiosa gelosia, non per amore, ma per puntiglio.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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E cosí dicendo, apre le braccia e s'inchina per andar via, ancora con quel sorriso sulle labbra e gli occhi infantili velati di pena per quest'incorreggibile ignoranza che sempre, Dio mio, la affliggerà.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Doveva operare da sé e con molta cautela per non offenderlo né affliggerlo. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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«Ecco», soggiunse, «se si trattasse solamente di questo dispiacere circa la nonna, non credi che avrei sacrificato mille volte l'opinione mia piuttosto che affliggerti? Bisognava bene che ci fosse sotto qualche altra cosa. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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* Dovevo affliggermi per così poco?
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* Molto tardi si accinse a convincermi che non era il caso di affliggersi tanto perché il Lali s’era innamorato .(I.Svevo - La coscienza di zeno)
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addogliare
= verbo trans. addolorare , affliggere .
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affannare
= verbo trans. dare , procurare affanno angustiare , affliggere
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affliggente
= participio presente di affliggere , che affligge
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afflitto
= participio passato di affliggere
= che soffre , che prova dolore
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amareggiare
= verbo trans. fare , rendere amaro rattristare , affliggere
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appenare
= verbo trans. dar pena , affliggere
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attossicare
= verbo trans. avvelenare , intossicare corrompere amareggiare , travagliare , affliggere , angustiare
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compungere
= verbo trans. turbare, affliggere
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costernare
= verbo trans. affliggere gravemente, abbattere
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crucciare
= verbo trans. affliggere, addolorare, tormentare
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desolare
= verbo trans . affliggere - costernare
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rammaricare poet. rammarcare
= verbo trans. affliggere, amareggiare
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rancurarsi
= verbo riflessivo rammaricarsi, affliggersi, angosciarsi
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ridolersi
= verbo riflessivo affliggersi, penare di nuovo.
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torturare
= verbo transitivo - sottoporre a tortura - tormentare - affliggere
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Inglese
Vocabolario e frasi
(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "It is difficult indeed--it is distressing.<>
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The first two dances, however, brought a return of distress;they were dances of mortification.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) To Elizabeth it appeared that, had her family made an agreement toexpose themselves as much as they could during the evening, it wouldhave been impossible for them to play their parts with more spirit orfiner success; and happy did she think it for Bingley and her sisterthat some of the exhibition had escaped his notice, and that hisfeelings were not of a sort to be much distressed by the folly which hemust have witnessed.<>
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Having resolved to do it without loss of time, ashis leave of absence extended only to the following Saturday, and havingno feelings of diffidence to make it distressing to himself even atthe moment, he set about it in a very orderly manner, with all theobservances, which he supposed a regular part of the business.<>
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Charlotte the wife of Mr. Collins was amost humiliating picture! And to the pang of a friend disgracing herselfand sunk in her esteem, was added the distressing conviction that itwas impossible for that friend to be tolerably happy in the lot she hadchosen.<>
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Bennet, andthey gave way only to the greater distress of Mr. Bingley's continuedabsence.<>
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Do not distress me by the idea.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "A man in distressed circumstances has not time for all those elegantdecorums which other people may observe.<>
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It distressedher a little, and she was quite glad to find herself at the gate in thepales opposite the Parsonage.<>
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His resentment was in proportion to the distress ofhis circumstances--and he was doubtless as violent in his abuse of meto others as in his reproaches to myself.<>
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Such a disappointment! and with theknowledge of your ill opinion, too! and having to relate such a thingof his sister! It is really too distressing.<>
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They will never be distressedfor money.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Elizabeth was distressed.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) In Darcy's presence she dared not mention Wickham's name; but Elizabethinstantly comprehended that he was uppermost in her thoughts; and thevarious recollections connected with him gave her a moment's distress;but exerting herself vigorously to repel the ill-natured attack, shepresently answered the question in a tolerably detached tone.<>
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I am truly glad, dearest Lizzy, that youhave been spared something of these distressing scenes; but now, as thefirst shock is over, shall I own that I long for your return? I am notso selfish, however, as to press for it, if inconvenient.<>
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What he means to do I am sureI know not; but his excessive distress will not allow him to pursue anymeasure in the best and safest way, and Colonel Forster is obliged tobe at Brighton again to-morrow evening.<>
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I am quite well; I am only distressed bysome dreadful news which I have just received from Longbourn.<>
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She could neitherwonder nor condemn, but the belief of his self-conquest brought nothingconsolatory to her bosom, afforded no palliation of her distress.<>
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Would to Heaven that anythingcould be either said or done on my part that might offer consolation tosuch distress! But I will not torment you with vain wishes, which mayseem purposely to ask for your thanks.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) He readily assured her of his secrecy; again expressed his sorrow forher distress, wished it a happier conclusion than there was at presentreason to hope, and leaving his compliments for her relations, with onlyone serious, parting look, went away.<>
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Collins and myselfsincerely sympathise with you and all your respectable family, inyour present distress, which must be of the bitterest kind, becauseproceeding from a cause which no time can remove.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Elizabeth was now most heartily sorry that she had, from the distress ofthe moment, been led to make Mr. Darcy acquainted with their fears forher sister; for since her marriage would so shortly give theproper termination to the elopement, they might hope to conceal itsunfavourable beginning from all those who were not immediately on thespot.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Wickham was not at all more distressed than herself, but his mannerswere always so pleasing, that had his character and his marriage beenexactly what they ought, his smiles and his easy address, while heclaimed their relationship, would have delighted them all.<>
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Jane was distressed.<>
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She had scarcely needed herpresent observation to be satisfied, from the reason of things, thattheir elopement had been brought on by the strength of her love, ratherthan by his; and she would have wondered why, without violently caringfor her, he chose to elope with her at all, had she not felt certainthat his flight was rendered necessary by distress of circumstances; andif that were the case, he was not the young man to resist an opportunityof having a companion.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Chapter 53Mr. Wickham was so perfectly satisfied with this conversation that henever again distressed himself, or provoked his dear sister Elizabeth,by introducing the subject of it; and she was pleased to find that shehad said enough to keep him quiet.<>
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It was many months since she had mentioned his name toElizabeth; but now, as soon as they were alone together, she said:"I saw you look at me to-day, Lizzy, when my aunt told us of the presentreport; and I know I appeared distressed.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Elizabeth, particularly, who knew that her mother owed to the latterthe preservation of her favourite daughter from irremediable infamy,was hurt and distressed to a most painful degree by a distinction so illapplied.<>
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Jane instantly gave a lookat Elizabeth which spoke her distress at such premeditation, and herentreaty that she would not give in to it.<>
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And pray, Lizzy, what said Lady Catherineabout this report? Did she call to refuse her consent?"To this question his daughter replied only with a laugh; and as it hadbeen asked without the least suspicion, she was not distressed byhis repeating it.<>
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She did not fear her father's opposition, but he was going tobe made unhappy; and that it should be through her means--that she,his favourite child, should be distressing him by her choice, should befilling him with fears and regrets in disposing of her--was a wretchedreflection, and she sat in misery till Mr. Darcy appeared again, when,looking at him, she was a little relieved by his smile.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "You need not distress yourself.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) There are very few moments in a man's existence when he experiencesso much ludicrous distress, or meets with so little charitablecommiseration, as when he is in pursuit of his own hat.<>
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Mr. Pickwick was the very personation of kindness and humanity: hethrew the reins on the horse's back, and having descended from his seat,carefully drew the chaise into the hedge, lest anything should comealong the road, and stepped back to the assistance of his distressedcompanion, leaving Mr. Tupman and Mr. Snodgrass in the vehicle.<>
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People who passed the spot in theevening--sometimes at a late hour of the night--reported that they hadheard the moans and sobs of a woman in distress, and the sound of blows;and more than once, when it was past midnight, the boy knocked softly atthe door of a neighbour's house, whither he had been sent, to escape thedrunken fury of his unnatural father.<>
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He was rather alarmed; for he wasnot quite certain but that the distress of the agricultural interest,about which he had often heard a great deal, might have compelled thesmall boys attached to the soil to earn a precarious and hazardoussubsistence by making marks of themselves for inexperienced sportsmen.<>
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It's a distressing case--very; I never knew one more so; but really,my dear sir, really we have no power to control this lady's actions.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Don't distress yourself on that account,' said Mr. Pickwick; 'if he hadone grain of the delicacy of feeling which distinguishes you, humble asyour station is, I should have some hopes of him.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'If you only knew how I have loved that man--' 'Don't distress yourselfby recollecting it, ma'am,' said the bodyguard.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'It is very distressing to me, Sir, to give this information,' said MissWitherfield, 'but I fear a duel is going to be fought here.<>
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He saw that women, the tenderestand most fragile of all God's creatures, were the oftenest superior tosorrow, adversity, and distress; and he saw that it was because theybore, in their own hearts, an inexhaustible well-spring of affection anddevotion.<>
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In his present state of want and distress, he looked as if thosefeatures had gone out of town altogether.<>
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Tears,' said Job, with a look of momentaryslyness--'tears are not the only proofs of distress, nor the best ones.<>
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It is sovery painful and distressing.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'But, in this one glimpse of the beautiful face, my uncle saw thatthe young lady cast an imploring look upon him, and that she appearedterrified and distressed.<>
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There, my dear,there!'With these words, Mr. Pickwick gently pressed Arabella's hand, and badeher dry her eyes, and not distress her husband.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'This is a distressing predicament for these young people,' thought Mr.Pickwick, as he dressed himself next morning.<>
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Joe; why, damn the boy, he's awake!'To the great distress of his master, the fat boy was indeed in a stateof remarkable vigilance, his eyes being wide open, and looking as ifthey intended to remain so.<>
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Augustus, for Heaven'ssake, explain it!'Mr. Snodgrass, who had only waited for a hearing, at once recounted howhe had been placed in his then distressing predicament; how the fear ofgiving rise to domestic dissensions had alone prompted him to avoid Mr.Wardle on his entrance; how he merely meant to depart by another door,but, finding it locked, had been compelled to stay against his will.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "There's no need to be distressed about that," he said.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "This is a most distressing matter," said Lord Mounteagle, twisting hiswhite moustache with a nervous and even tremulous hand.<>
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assist a ship in distress
= soccorrere una nave in pericolo ,
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assisted a ship in distress
= soccorso una nave in pericolo ,
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assisting a ship in distress
= soccorrendo una nave in pericolo ,
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assists a ship in distress
= soccorre una nave in pericolo ,
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bill in distress
= cambiale in sofferenza ,
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bills in distress
= cambiali in sofferenza ,
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in distress
= in pericolo,
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the distressful country
= il paese della sventura ,
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Coniugazione:2 - affliggere
Ausiliare:avere transitivo
INDICATIVO - attivo
Presente
io affliggo
tu affliggi
egli affligge
noi affliggiamo
voi affliggete
essi affliggono
Imperfetto
io affliggevo
tu affliggevi
egli affliggeva
noi affliggevamo
voi affliggevate
essi affliggevano
Passato remoto
io afflissi
tu affliggésti
egli afflisse
noi affliggémmo
voi affliggéste
essi afflissero
Passato prossimo
io ho afflitto
tu hai afflitto
egli ha afflitto
noi abbiamo afflitto
voi avete afflitto
essi hanno afflitto
Trapassato prossimo
io avevo afflitto
tu avevi afflitto
egli aveva afflitto
noi avevamo afflitto
voi avevate afflitto
essi avevano afflitto
Trapassato remoto
io ebbi afflitto
tu avesti afflitto
egli ebbe afflitto
noi avemmo afflitto
voi eveste afflitto
essi ebbero afflitto
Futuro semplice
io affliggerò
tu affliggerai
egli affliggerà
noi affliggeremo
voi affliggerete
essi affliggeranno
Futuro anteriore
io avrò afflitto
tu avrai afflitto
egli avrà afflitto
noi avremo afflitto
voi avrete afflitto
essi avranno afflitto
CONGIUNTIVO - attivo
Presente
che io affligga
che tu affligga
che egli affligga
che noi affliggiamo
che voi affliggiate
che essi affliggano
Passato
che io abbia afflitto
che tu abbia afflitto
che egli abbia afflitto
che noi abbiamo afflitto
che voi abbiate afflitto
che essi abbiano afflitto
Imperfetto
che io affliggéssi
che tu affliggéssi
che egli affliggésse
che noi affliggéssimo
che voi affliggéste
che essi affliggéssero
Trapassato
che io avessi afflitto
che tu avessi afflitto
che egli avesse afflitto
che noi avessimo afflitto
che voi aveste afflitto
che essi avessero afflitto
CONDIZIONALE - attivo
Presente
io affliggerei
tu affliggeresti
egli affliggerebbe
noi affliggeremmo
voi affliggereste
essi affliggerebbero
Passato
io avrei afflitto
tu avresti afflitto
egli avrebbe afflitto
noi avremmo afflitto
voi avreste afflitto
essi avrebbero afflitto
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - attivo
Presente
-
affliggi
affligga
affliggiamo
affliggete
affliggano
Futuro
-
affliggerai
affliggerà
affliggeremo
affliggerete
affliggeranno
INFINITO - attivo
Presente
affligger
Passato
essersi afflitto
PARTICIPIO - attivo
Presente
affliggente
Passato
afflitto
 
 
GERUNDIO - attivo
Presente
affliggendo
Passato
avendo afflitto
Verb: to distress-distressed-distressed
Ausiliar: to have - transitivo
Affermative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I distress
you distress
he/she/it distresses
we distress
you distress
they distress
Simple past
I distressed
you distressed
he/she/it distressed
we distressed
you distressed
they distressed
Simple past
I distressed
you distressed
he/she/it distressed
we distressed
you distressed
they distressed
Present perfect
I have distressed
you have distressed
he/she/it has distressed
we have distressed
you have distressed
they have distressed
Past perfect
I had distressed
you had distressed
he/she/it had distressed
we had distressed
you had distressed
they had distressed
Past perfect
I had distressed
you had distressed
he/she/it had distressed
we had distressed
you had distressed
they had distressed
Simple future
I will distress
you will distress
he/she/it will distress
we will distress
you will distress
they will distress
Future perfect
I will have distressed
you will have distressed
he/she/it will have distressed
we will have distressed
you will have distressed
they will have distressed
Present continuous
I am distressing
you are distressing
he/she/it is distressing
we are distressing
you are distressing
they are distressing
Past simple continuous
I was distressing
you were distressing
he/she/it was distressing
we were distressing
you were distressing
they were distressing
Future continuous
I will be distressing
you will be distressing
he/she/it will be distressing
we will be distressing
you will be distressing
they will be distressing
Future perfect continuous
I will have been distressing
you will have been distressing
he/she/it will have been distressing
we will have been distressing
you will have been distressing
they will have been distressing
Present perfect continuous
I have been distressing
you have been distressing
he/she/it has been distressing
we have been distressing
you have been distressing
they have been distressing
Past perfect continuous
I had been distressing
you had been distressing
he/she/it had been distressing
we had been distressing
you had been distressing
they had been distressing
Affermative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I distress
That you distress
That he/she/it distress
That we distress
That you distress
That they distress
Present perfect
That I have distressed
That you have distressed
That he/she/it have distressed
That we have distressed
That you have distressed
That they have distressed
Simple past
That I distressed
That you distressed
That he/she/it distressed
That we distressed
That you distressed
That they distressed
Past perfect
That I had distressed
That you had distressed
That he/she/it had distressed
That we had distressed
That you had distressed
That they had distressed
Affermative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would distress
you would distress
we would distress
we would distress
you would distress
they would distress
Past
I would have distressed
you would have distressed
he/she/it would have distressed
we would have distressed
you would have distressed
they would have distressed
Present continous
I would be distressing
you would be distressing
we would be distressing
we would be distressing
you would be distressing
they would be distressing
Past continous
I would have been distressing
you would have been distressing
he/she/it would have been distressing
we would have been distressing
you would have been distressing
they would have been distressing
Affermative - IMPERATIVE
Present
let me distress
distress
let him distress
let us distress
distress
let them distress
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Affermative - INFINITIVE
Present
to distress
Past
to have distressed
Present continous
to be distressing
Perfect continous
to have been distressing
Affermative - PARTICIPLE
Present
distressing
Past
distressed
Perfect
having distressed
Affermative - GERUND
Present
distressing
Past
having distressed
Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I do not distress
you do not distress
he/she/it does not distresses
we do not distress
you do not distress
they do not distress
Simple past
I did not distress
you did not distress
he/she/it did not distress
we did not distress
you did not distress
they did not distress
Simple past
I did not distress
you did not distress
he/she/it did not distress
we did not distress
you did not distress
they did not distress
Present perfect
I have not distressed
you have not distressed
he/she/it has not distressed
we have not distressed
you have not distressed
they have not distressed
Past perfect
I had not distressed
you had not distressed
he/she/it had not distressed
we had not distressed
you had not distressed
they had not distressed
Past perfect
I had not distressed
you had not distressed
he/she/it had not distressed
we had not distressed
you had not distressed
they had not distressed
Simple future
I will not distress
you will not distress
he/she/it will not distress
we will not distress
you will not distress
they will not distress
Future perfect
I will not have distressed
you will not have distressed
he/she/it will not have distressed
we will not have distressed
you will not have distressed
they will not have distressed
Present continuous
I am not distressing
you are not distressing
he/she/it is not distressing
we are not distressing
you are not distressing
they are not distressing
Past simple continuous
I was not distressing
you were not distressing
he/she/it was not distressing
we were not distressing
you were not distressing
they were not distressing
Future continuous
I will not be distressing
you will not be distressing
he/she/it will not be distressing
we will not be distressing
you will not be distressing
they will not be distressing
Future perfect continuous
I will not have been distressing
you will not have been distressing
he/she/it will not have been distressing
we will not have been distressing
you will not have been distressing
they will not have been distressing
Present perfect continuous
I have not been distressing
you have not been distressing
he/she/it has not been distressing
we have not been distressing
you have not been distressing
they have not been distressing
Past perfect continuous
I had not been distressing
you had not been distressing
he/she/it had not been distressing
we had not been distressing
you had not been distressing
they had not been distressing
Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I do not distress
That you do not distress
That he/she/it does not distress
That we do not distress
That you do not distress
That they do not distress
Present perfect
That I have not distressed
That you have not distressed
That he/she/it have not distressed
That we have not distressed
That you have not distressed
That they have not distressed
Simple past
That I did not distress
That you did not distress
That he/she/it did not distress
That we did not distress
That you did not distress
That they did not distress
Past perfect
That I had not distressed
That you had not distressed
That he/she/it had not distressed
That we had not distressed
That you had not distressed
That they had not distressed
Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would not distress
you would not distress
we would not distress
we would not distress
you would not distress
they would not distress
Past
I would not have distressed
you would not have distressed
he/she/it would not have distressed
we would not have distressed
you would not have distressed
they would not have distressed
Present continous
I would not be distressing
you would not be distressing
we would not be distressing
we would not be distressing
you would not be distressing
they would not be distressing
Past continous
I would not have been distressing
you would not have been distressing
he/she/it would not have been distressing
we would not have been distressing
you would not have been distressing
they would not have been distressing
Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present
do not let me distress
do not distress
do not let him distress
do not let us distress
do not distress
do not let them distress
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Negative - INFINITIVE
Present
not to distress
Past
not to have distressed
Present continous
not to be distressing
Perfect continous
not to have been distressing
Negative - PARTICIPLE
Present
not distressing
Past
not distressed
Perfect
not having distressed
Negative - GERUND
Present
not distressing
Past
not having distressed
Interrogative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I distress ?
do you distress ?
does she/he/it distresses ?
do we distress ?
do you distress ?
do they distress ?
Simple past
did I distress ?
did you distress ?
did she/he/it distress ?
did we distress ?
did you distress ?
did they distress ?
Simple past
did I distress ?
did you distress ?
did she/he/it distress ?
did we distress ?
did you distress ?
did they distress ?
Present perfect
have I distressed ?
have you distressed ?
has she/he/it distressed ?
have we distressed ?
have you distressed ?
have they distressed ?
Past perfect
had I distressed ?
had you distressed ?
had she/he/it distressed ?
had we distressed ?
had you distressed ?
had they distressed ?
Past perfect
had I distressed ?
had you distressed ?
had she/he/it distressed ?
had we distressed ?
had you distressed ?
had they distressed ?
Simple future
will I distress ?
will you distress ?
will she/he/it distress ?
will we distress ?
will you distress ?
will they distress ?
Future perfect
will I have distressed ?
will you have distressed ?
will she/he/it have distressed ?
will we have distressed ?
will you have distressed ?
will they have distressed ?
Present continuous
am I distressing ?
are you distressing ?
is she/he/it distressing ?
are we distressing ?
are you distressing ?
are they distressing ?
Past simple continuous
was I distressing ?
were you distressing ?
was she/he/it distressing ?
were we distressing ?
were you distressing ?
were they distressing ?
Future continuous
will I be distressing ?
will you be distressing ?
will she/he/it be distressing ?
will we be distressing ?
will you be distressing ?
will they be distressing ?
Future perfect continuous
will I have been distressing ?
will you have been distressing ?
will she/he/it have been distressing ?
will we have been distressing ?
will you have been distressing ?
will they have been distressing ?
Present perfect continuous
have I been distressing ?
have you been distressing ?
has she/he/it been distressing ?
have we been distressing ?
have you been distressing ?
have they been distressing ?
Past perfect continuous
had I been distressing ?
had you been distressing ?
had she/he/it been distressing ?
had we been distressing ?
had you been distressing ?
had they been distressing ?
Interrogative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I distress ?
That do you distress ?
That does she/he/it distress ?
That do we distress ?
That do you distress ?
That do they distress ?
Present perfect
That have I distressed ?
That have you distressed ?
That have she/he/it distressed ?
That have we distressed ?
That have you distressed ?
That have they distressed ?
Simple past
That did I distress ?
That did you distress ?
That did she/he/it distress ?
That did we distress ?
That did you distress ?
That did they distress ?
Past perfect
That had I distressed ?
That had you distressed ?
That had she/he/it distressed ?
That had we distressed ?
That had you distressed ?
That had they distressed ?
Interrogative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I distress ?
would you distress ?
would she/he/it distress ?
would we distress ?
would you distress ?
would they distress ?
Past
would I have distressed?
would you have distressed?
would she/he/it have distressed?
would we have distressed?
would you have distressed?
would they have distressed?
Present continous
would I be distressing ?
would you be distressing ?
would she/he/it be distressing ?
would we be distressing ?
would you be distressing ?
would they be distressing ?
Past continous
would I have been distressing?
would you have been distressing?
would she/he/it have been distressing?
would we have been distressing?
would you have been distressing?
would they have been distressing?
Interrogative - IMPERATIVE
Present
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interrogative-Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I not distress ?
do you not distress ?
does she/he/it not distresses ?
do we not distress ?
do you not distress ?
do they not distress ?
Simple past
did I not distress ?
did you not distress ?
did she/he/it not distress ?
did we not distress ?
did you not distress ?
did they not distress ?
Simple past
did I not distress ?
did you not distress ?
did she/he/it not distress ?
did we not distress ?
did you not distress ?
did they not distress ?
Present perfect
have I not distressed ?
have you not distressed ?
has she/he/it not distressed ?
have we not distressed ?
have you not distressed ?
have they not distressed ?
Past perfect
had I not distressed ?
had you not distressed ?
had she/he/it not distressed ?
had we not distressed ?
had you not distressed ?
had they not distressed ?
Past perfect
had I not distressed ?
had you not distressed ?
had she/he/it not distressed ?
had we not distressed ?
had you not distressed ?
had they not distressed ?
Simple future
will I not distress ?
will you not distress ?
will she/he/it not distress ?
will we not distress ?
will you not distress ?
will they not distress ?
Future perfect
will I not have distressed ?
will you not have distressed ?
will she/he/it not have distressed ?
will we not have distressed ?
will you not have distressed ?
will they not have distressed ?
Present continuous
am I not distressing ?
are you not distressing ?
is she/he/it not distressing ?
are we not distressing ?
are you not distressing ?
are they not distressing ?
Past simple continuous
was I not distressing ?
were you not distressing ?
was she/he/it not distressing ?
were we not distressing ?
were you not distressing ?
were they not distressing ?
Future continuous
will I not be distressing ?
will you not be distressing ?
will she/he/it not be distressing ?
will we not be distressing ?
will you not be distressing ?
will they not be distressing ?
Future perfect continuous
will I not have been distressing ?
will you not have been distressing ?
will she/he/it not have been distressing ?
will we not have been distressing ?
will you not have been distressing ?
will they not have been distressing ?
Present perfect continuous
have I not been distressing ?
have you not been distressing ?
has she/he/it not been distressing ?
have we not been distressing ?
have you not been distressing ?
have they not been distressing ?
Past perfect continuous
had I not been distressing ?
had you not been distressing ?
had she/he/it not been distressing ?
had we not been distressing ?
had you not been distressing ?
had they not been distressing ?
Interrogative-Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I not distress ?
That do you not distress ?
That does she/he/it not distress ?
That do we not distress ?
That do you not distress ?
That do they not distress ?
Present perfect
That have I not distressed ?
That have you not distressed ?
That have she/he/it not distressed ?
That have we not distressed ?
That have you not distressed ?
That have they not distressed ?
Simple past
That did I not distress ?
That did you not distress ?
That did she/he/it not distress ?
That did we not distress ?
That did you not distress ?
That did they not distress ?
Past perfect
That had I not distressed ?
That had you not distressed ?
That had she/he/it not distressed ?
That had we not distressed ?
That had you not distressed ?
That had they not distressed ?
Interrogative-Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I not distress ?
would you not distress ?
would she/he/it not distress ?
would we not distress ?
would you not distress ?
would they not distress ?
Past
would I not have distressed?
would you not have distressed?
would she/he/it not have distressed?
would we not have distressed?
would you not have distressed?
would they not have distressed?
Present continous
would I not be distressing ?
would you not be distressing ?
would she/he/it not be distressing ?
would we not be distressing ?
would you not be distressing ?
would they not be distressing ?
Past continous
would I not have been distressing?
would you not have been distressing?
would she/he/it not have been distressing?
would we not have been distressing?
would you not have been distressing?
would they not have been distressing?
Interrogative-Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present