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sinonimi di second
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Italiano
Vocabolario e frasi
insaccata
= colpo dato al sacco per pigiare ciò che vi è dentro - colpo , scossa che si riceve saltando a terra malamente o cavalcando senza assecondare il trotto del cavallo\n 3 il pigiarsi , l'ammucchiarsi l'uno sull'altro dei passeggeri di un veicolo per una frenata improvvisa o per una brusca accelerata\n 4 scossa subita dagli alberi quando le vele vengono rovesciate indietro dal vento .
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secondare
= verbo transitivo assecondare ,
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Inglese
Vocabolario e frasi
(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Observing his second daughter employed in trimming a hat, hesuddenly addressed her with:"I hope Mr. Bingley will like it, Lizzy.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "I was very much flattered by his asking me to dance a second time.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "Yes; but he seemed to like his second better.<>
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After a pause of some minutes, she addressed him a second timewith:--"It is your turn to say something now, Mr. Darcy.<>
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Mr. Collins, however,was not discouraged from speaking again, and Mr. Darcy's contempt seemedabundantly increasing with the length of his second speech, and at theend of it he only made him a slight bow, and moved another way.<>
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He took the hint,and when Mary had finished her second song, said aloud, "That will doextremely well, child.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Her impatience for this second letter was as well rewarded as impatiencegenerally is.<>
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She wasto accompany Sir William and his second daughter.<>
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They were then, with no other delay than his pointing out theneatness of the entrance, taken into the house; and as soon as theywere in the parlour, he welcomed them a second time, with ostentatiousformality to his humble abode, and punctually repeated all his wife'soffers of refreshment.<>
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How it could occur a second time,therefore, was very odd! Yet it did, and even a third.<>
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Widelydifferent was the effect of a second perusal.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Chapter 39It was the second week in May, in which the three young ladies set outtogether from Gracechurch Street for the town of ----, in Hertfordshire;and, as they drew near the appointed inn where Mr. Bennet's carriagewas to meet them, they quickly perceived, in token of the coachman'spunctuality, both Kitty and Lydia looking out of a dining-room up stairs.<>
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The second began.<>
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Never, since reading Jane's second letter, had she entertaineda hope of Wickham's meaning to marry her.<>
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But, on second thoughts, perhaps,Lizzy could tell us what relations he has now living, better than anyother person.<>
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She followed him withher eyes, envied everyone to whom he spoke, had scarcely patience enoughto help anybody to coffee; and then was enraged against herself forbeing so silly!"A man who has once been refused! How could I ever be foolish enough toexpect a renewal of his love? Is there one among the sex, who would notprotest against such a weakness as a second proposal to the same woman?There is no indignity so abhorrent to their feelings!"She was a little revived, however, by his bringing back his coffee cuphimself; and she seized the opportunity of saying:"Is your sister at Pemberley still?""Yes, she will remain there till Christmas.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Mr. Bennet missed his second daughter exceedingly; his affection for herdrew him oftener from home than anything else could do.<>
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Or possibly,' said the man with the camp-stool, 'thegentleman's second may feel himself affronted with some observationswhich fell from me at an early period of this meeting; if so, I shall behappy to give him satisfaction immediately.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) While the old gentleman repeated these lines a second time, to enableMr. Snodgrass to note them down, Mr. Pickwick perused the lineaments ofhis face with an expression of great interest.<>
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Mr. Pickwick needed no second invitation.<>
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Show the gentleman the way there; d'ye hear?'The boy departed to execute his commission; and the host, carrying bothguns like a second Robinson Crusoe, led the way from the garden.<>
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The only other inmates of the housewere a large man and a small boy; the first a lodger, the second aproduction of Mrs.<>
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Pott herself; and asMr. Winkle had undertaken to escort that lady to a house-top, in theimmediate vicinity of the hustings, Mr. Pickwick and Mr. Pott repairedalone to the Town Arms, from the back window of which, one of Mr.Slumkey's committee was addressing six small boys and one girl, whom hedignified, at every second sentence, with the imposing title of 'Men ofEatanswill,' whereat the six small boys aforesaid cheered prodigiously.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) A second roar.<>
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Now, if there wasone thing in the whole range of domestic art, which the widow couldmanufacture better than another, it was this identical article; andthe first tumbler was adapted to Tom Smart's taste with such peculiarnicety, that he ordered a second with the least possible delay.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'And what sort of a place have you got?' inquired Sam, as he filled hiscompanion's glass, for the second time.<>
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Thus, for the second time, did Mr. Pickwick's innate good-feelinginvolve him in an enterprise from which he would most willingly havestood aloof.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) He had not been here five minutes, when a vivid flash of lightning wasfollowed by a loud peal of thunder that crashed and rolled away in thedistance with a terrific noise--then came another flash of lightning,brighter than the other, and a second peal of thunder louder than thefirst; and then down came the rain, with a force and fury that swepteverything before it.<>
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It needed no second invitation to induce the party to yield full justiceto the meal; and as little pressing did it require to induce Mr. Weller,the long gamekeeper, and the two boys, to station themselves on thegrass, at a little distance, and do good execution upon a decentproportion of the viands.<>
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How's mother-in-law?Wy, I'll tell you what, Sammy,' said Mr. Weller, senior, with muchsolemnity in his manner; 'there never was a nicer woman as a widder,than that 'ere second wentur o' mine--a sweet creetur she was, Sammy;all I can say on her now, is, that as she was such an uncommon pleasantwidder, it's a great pity she ever changed her condition.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Mr. Pickwick had dined, finished his second pint of particular port,pulled his silk handkerchief over his head, put his feet on the fender,and thrown himself back in an easy-chair, when the entrance of Mr.Weller with his carpet-bag, aroused him from his tranquil meditation.<>
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A second and a third bowl wereordered in; and when Mr. Pickwick awoke next morning, there was not asymptom of rheumatism about him; which proves, as Mr. Bob Sawyer veryjustly observed, that there is nothing like hot punch in such cases; andthat if ever hot punch did fail to act as a preventive, it was merelybecause the patient fell into the vulgar error of not taking enough ofit.<>
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We should be rather disposed tosay that the result was attained by combining the two sources ofconsolation, for he repeated the second in a low tone, very frequently;ringing the bell meanwhile, to order in the first.<>
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Finding that it was of no use todiscuss the matter further, Sam changed the subject, and inquired whatthe second topic was, on which his revered parent wished to consult him.<>
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There was one younggentleman in an India-rubber cloak, who smoked cigars all day; and therewas another young gentleman in a parody upon a greatcoat, who lighted agood many, and feeling obviously unsettled after the second whiff, threwthem away when he thought nobody was looking at him.<>
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As the trump card was turned up, at thecommencement of the second deal, two young ladies hurried into the room,and took their stations on either side of Mrs.<>
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He had adistinct recollection of having once consented to eat salt butter, andhe had, moreover, on an occasion of sudden sickness in the house, so farforgotten himself as to carry a coal-scuttle up to the second floor.<>
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Don't stop a second in the street, arter that 'ere exercise.<>
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Saying which, the attorneyshrugged his shoulders, smiled, took a second pinch of snuff, and ledthe way into the office of the judge's clerk.<>
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We would beg to callparticular attention to the monosyllable at the end of the second andfourth lines, which not only enables the singer to take breath at thosepoints, but greatly assists the metre.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) The elder Mr. Weller observed these signs and tokens with manymanifestations of disgust, and when, after a second jug of the same,Mr. Stiggins began to sigh in a dismal manner, he plainly evinced hisdisapprobation of the whole proceedings, by sundry incoherent ramblingsof speech, among which frequent angry repetitions of the word 'gammon'were alone distinguishable to the ear.<>
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Good-night, Tommy!'As Jackson hurried away in company with the man with the ash stickanother man, with a key in his hand, who had been looking on, ledthe bewildered female to a second short flight of steps leading to adoorway.<>
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On second thoughts, gentlemen, I don't wish you hadknown him, for if you had, you would have been all, by this time, in theordinary course of nature, if not dead, at all events so near it, as tohave taken to stopping at home and giving up company, which wouldhave deprived me of the inestimable pleasure of addressing you at thismoment.<>
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On second thoughts, however, he abandoned this plan, as being ashade too melodramatic in the execution, and followed the two mysteriousmen, who, keeping the lady between them, were now entering an old housein front of which the coach had stopped.<>
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Oh, yes!' said Mr. Pickwick, after a second taste.<>
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Friendship's a very good thing in its way--we are all veryfriendly and comfortable at the Stump, for instance, over our grog,where every man pays for himself; but damn hurting yourself for anybodyelse, you know! No man should have more than two attachments--the first,to number one, and the second to the ladies; that's what I say--ha! ha!'Mr. Lowten concluded with a loud laugh, half in jocularity, and halfin derision, which was prematurely cut short by the sound of Perker'sfootsteps on the stairs, at the first approach of which, he vaulted onhis stool with an agility most remarkable, and wrote intensely.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) As the elder Mr. Weller insisted on selling out his portion forthwith,they proceeded from the bank to the gate of the Stock Exchange, to whichWilkins Flasher, Esquire, after a short absence, returned with a chequeon Smith, Payne, & Smith, for five hundred and thirty pounds; thatbeing the money to which Mr. Weller, at the market price of the day, wasentitled, in consideration of the balance of the second Mrs.<>
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The Second Sight Sisterhood ofIndianapolis----"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) Father Brown, was still staring at the stove; then he said quite loudyet as if hardly aware that anyone heard him: "Oh, I say.<>
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"The Second Sight Sisterhood want a lot of holding down.<>
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They fall into the larger section of the second division, of what we maycall prudential crimes.<>
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Itcontained Mandeville's second walking gentleman, carrying on the not yetwholly vanished tradition of Charles's Friend, a dark, curly-hairedyouth of somewhat Semitic profile bearing the name of Aubrey Vernon.<>
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And yetthe second glory came from the first glory through the infamy andimbecility of Edward II, who fawned upon Gaveston and ran away fromBruce.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "A second point," said Father Brown, frowning at the table.<>
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Theyfought in the English fashion, with only one second apiece; I wanted atleast to have a surgeon, but Maurice boisterously refused it, saying thefewer people who knew, the better; and at the worst we could immediatelyget help.<>
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That is the picture that really remains with me; andthere is nothing else in that picture, except the striped background ofsands and sea and the dark, dead body lying still as a stone, and thedark figure of the dead man's second standing grim and motionlessagainst the horizon.<>
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He sawthe dark-red desolation of sand, the very hue of Aceldama, and thedead man lying in a dark heap, and the slayer, stooping as he ran,gesticulating with a glove in demented remorse, and always hisimagination came back to the third thing that he could not yet fit intoany human picture: the second of the slain man standing motionless andmysterious, like a dark statue on the edge of the sea.<>
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Anyhow, whenthe thing was all over, it would be natural for the second to stir longbefore the other second had vanished beyond the sandhills.<>
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2gl
= second generation language , 2gl ,
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a - 2c
= airman second class e-3 , a - 1c ,
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abe2
= aviation boatswain's mate second class , abe2 ,
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address in the second person singular
= dare del tu a ,
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addressed in the second person singular
= dato del tu a ,
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addresses in the second person singular
= dà del tu a ,
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addressing in the second person singular
= dando del tu a ,
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bops
= fa il be-bop , billion operations per second , bops ,
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bps
= bits per second , bytes per second , bps ,
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burn of the second degree
= scottatura di secondo grado ,
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burns of the second degree
= scottature di secondo grado ,
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came in a good second
= arrivato buon secondo, arrivato a spalla, arrivato a ruota ,
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came in second
= arrivato secondo ,
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case of second instance
= causa di secondo grado ,
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cases of second instance
= cause di secondo grado ,
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com2
= seconda porta seriale, second serial port, com2 ,
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come in a good second
= arrivare buon secondo, arrivare a spalla, arrivare a ruota ,
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come in second
= arrivare secondo ,
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comes in a good second
= arriva buon secondo, arriva a spalla, arriva a ruota ,
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comes in second
= arriva secondo ,
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coming in a good second
= arrivando buon secondo, arrivando a spalla, arrivando a ruota ,
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coming in second
= arrivando secondo ,
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cousin in the second degree
= cugino di secondo grado ,
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cousins in the second degree
= cugini di secondo grado ,
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every second day
= un giorno sì e un giorno no ,
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feet per second
= piedi al secondo, feet al secondo ,
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finish in second
= arrivare secondo ,
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finished in second
= arrivato secondo ,
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finishes in second
= arriva secondo ,
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finishing in second
= arrivando secondo ,
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frames per second
= fotogrammi al secondo ,
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habit is second nature
= l'abitudine è una seconda natura,
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key second assistant director
= assistente alla regia che coordina gli altri assistenti ,
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key second assistant directors
= assistenti alla regia che coordinano gli altri assistenti ,
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i'll be along in a second
= ti raggiungo tra un attimo,
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in the second degree
= di secondo grado,
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inches per second
= pollici al secondo ,
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lpt2
= lpt2, second parallel printer port,
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of the second dimension
= di secondo grado,
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pictures per second
= fotogrammi al secondo ,
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pps
= packets per second, power personal systems , pictures per second , fotogrammi al secondo , pps,
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sap
= linfa , energia , indebolire , scavo , galleria , sgobbare , sgobbone , second audio program , service access point , service advertising protocol , sap ,
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tps
= transactions per second , transaction processing system , tps ,
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unpaid second assistant
= assistente alla regia volontario ,
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unpaid second assistants
= assistenti alla regia volontari ,
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Coniugazione:1 - assecondare
Ausiliare:avere transitivo
INDICATIVO - attivo
Presente
io assecondo
tu assecondi
egli asseconda
noi assecondiamo
voi assecondate
essi assecondano
Imperfetto
io assecondavo
tu assecondavi
egli assecondava
noi assecondavamo
voi assecondavate
essi assecondavano
Passato remoto
io assecondai
tu assecondasti
egli assecondò
noi assecondammo
voi assecondaste
essi assecondarono
Passato prossimo
io ho assecondato
tu hai assecondato
egli ha assecondato
noi abbiamo assecondato
voi avete assecondato
essi hanno assecondato
Trapassato prossimo
io avevo assecondato
tu avevi assecondato
egli aveva assecondato
noi avevamo assecondato
voi avevate assecondato
essi avevano assecondato
Trapassato remoto
io ebbi assecondato
tu avesti assecondato
egli ebbe assecondato
noi avemmo assecondato
voi eveste assecondato
essi ebbero assecondato
Futuro semplice
io asseconderò
tu asseconderai
egli asseconderà
noi asseconderemo
voi asseconderete
essi asseconderanno
Futuro anteriore
io avrò assecondato
tu avrai assecondato
egli avrà assecondato
noi avremo assecondato
voi avrete assecondato
essi avranno assecondato
CONGIUNTIVO - attivo
Presente
che io assecondi
che tu assecondi
che egli assecondi
che noi assecondiamo
che voi assecondiate
che essi assecondino
Passato
che io abbia assecondato
che tu abbia assecondato
che egli abbia assecondato
che noi abbiamo assecondato
che voi abbiate assecondato
che essi abbiano assecondato
Imperfetto
che io assecondassi
che tu assecondassi
che egli assecondasse
che noi assecondassimo
che voi assecondaste
che essi assecondassero
Trapassato
che io avessi assecondato
che tu avessi assecondato
che egli avesse assecondato
che noi avessimo assecondato
che voi aveste assecondato
che essi avessero assecondato
CONDIZIONALE - attivo
Presente
io asseconderei
tu asseconderesti
egli asseconderebbe
noi asseconderemmo
voi assecondereste
essi asseconderebbero
Passato
io avrei assecondato
tu avresti assecondato
egli avrebbe assecondato
noi avremmo assecondato
voi avreste assecondato
essi avrebbero assecondato
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - attivo
Presente
-
asseconda
assecondi
assecondiamo
assecondate
assecondino
Futuro
-
asseconderai
asseconderà
asseconderemo
asseconderete
asseconderanno
INFINITO - attivo
Presente
assecondare
Passato
avere assecondato
PARTICIPIO - attivo
Presente
assecondante
Passato
assecondato
 
 
GERUNDIO - attivo
Presente
assecondando
Passato
avendo assecondato
INDICATIVO - passivo
Presente
io sono assecondato
tu sei assecondato
egli é assecondato
noi siamo assecondati
voi siete assecondati
essi sono assecondati
Imperfetto
io ero assecondato
tu eri assecondato
egli era assecondato
noi eravamo assecondati
voi eravate assecondati
essi erano assecondati
Passato remoto
io fui assecondato
tu fosti assecondato
egli fu assecondato
noi fummo assecondati
voi foste assecondati
essi furono assecondati
Passato prossimo
io sono stato assecondato
tu sei stato assecondato
egli é stato assecondato
noi siamo stati assecondati
voi siete stati assecondati
essi sono stati assecondati
Trapassato prossimo
io ero stato assecondato
tu eri stato assecondato
egli era stato assecondato
noi eravamo stati assecondati
voi eravate stati assecondati
essi erano statiassecondati
Trapassato remoto
io fui stato assecondato
tu fosti stato assecondato
egli fu stato assecondato
noi fummo stati assecondati
voi foste stati assecondati
essi furono stati assecondati
Futuro semplice
io sarò assecondato
tu sarai assecondato
egli sarà assecondato
noi saremo assecondati
voi sarete assecondati
essi saranno assecondati
Futuro anteriore
io sarò stato assecondato
tu sarai stato assecondato
egli sarà stato assecondato
noi saremo stati assecondati
voi sarete stati assecondati
essi saranno stati assecondati
CONGIUNTIVO - passivo
Presente
che io sia assecondato
che tu sia assecondato
che egli sia assecondato
che noi siamo assecondati
che voi siate assecondati
che essi siano assecondati
Passato
che io sia stato assecondato
che tu sia stato assecondato
che egli sia stato assecondato
che noi siamo stati assecondati
che voi siate stati assecondati
che essi siano stati assecondati
Imperfetto
che io fossi assecondato
che tu fossi assecondato
che egli fosse assecondato
che noi fossimo assecondati
che voi foste assecondati
che essi fossero assecondati
Trapassato
che io fossi stato assecondato
che tu fossi stato assecondato
che egli fosse stato assecondato
che noi fossimo stati assecondati
che voi foste stati assecondati
che essi fossero stati assecondati
CONDIZIONALE - passivo
Presente
io sarei assecondato
tu saresti assecondato
egli sarebbe assecondato
noi saremmo assecondati
voi sareste assecondati
essi sarebbero assecondati
Passato
io sarei stato assecondato
tu saresti stato assecondato
egli sarebbe stato assecondato
noi saremmo stati assecondati
voi sareste stati assecondati
essi sarebbero stati assecondati
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - passivo
Presente
-
sii assecondato
sia assecondato
siamo assecondati
siate assecondati
siano assecondati
Futuro
-
sarai assecondato
sarà assecondato
saremo assecondati
sarete assecondati
saranno assecondati
INFINITO - passivo
Presente
essere assecondato
Passato
essere stato assecondato
PARTICIPIO - passivo
Presente
-
Passato
assecondato
 
 
GERUNDIO - passivo
Presente
essendo assecondato
Passato
essendo stato assecondato
Verb: to second-seconded-seconded
Ausiliar: to have - transitivo
Affermative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I second
you second
he/she/it seconds
we second
you second
they second
Simple past
I seconded
you seconded
he/she/it seconded
we seconded
you seconded
they seconded
Simple past
I seconded
you seconded
he/she/it seconded
we seconded
you seconded
they seconded
Present perfect
I have seconded
you have seconded
he/she/it has seconded
we have seconded
you have seconded
they have seconded
Past perfect
I had seconded
you had seconded
he/she/it had seconded
we had seconded
you had seconded
they had seconded
Past perfect
I had seconded
you had seconded
he/she/it had seconded
we had seconded
you had seconded
they had seconded
Simple future
I will second
you will second
he/she/it will second
we will second
you will second
they will second
Future perfect
I will have seconded
you will have seconded
he/she/it will have seconded
we will have seconded
you will have seconded
they will have seconded
Present continuous
I am seconding
you are seconding
he/she/it is seconding
we are seconding
you are seconding
they are seconding
Past simple continuous
I was seconding
you were seconding
he/she/it was seconding
we were seconding
you were seconding
they were seconding
Future continuous
I will be seconding
you will be seconding
he/she/it will be seconding
we will be seconding
you will be seconding
they will be seconding
Future perfect continuous
I will have been seconding
you will have been seconding
he/she/it will have been seconding
we will have been seconding
you will have been seconding
they will have been seconding
Present perfect continuous
I have been seconding
you have been seconding
he/she/it has been seconding
we have been seconding
you have been seconding
they have been seconding
Past perfect continuous
I had been seconding
you had been seconding
he/she/it had been seconding
we had been seconding
you had been seconding
they had been seconding
Affermative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I second
That you second
That he/she/it second
That we second
That you second
That they second
Present perfect
That I have seconded
That you have seconded
That he/she/it have seconded
That we have seconded
That you have seconded
That they have seconded
Simple past
That I seconded
That you seconded
That he/she/it seconded
That we seconded
That you seconded
That they seconded
Past perfect
That I had seconded
That you had seconded
That he/she/it had seconded
That we had seconded
That you had seconded
That they had seconded
Affermative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would second
you would second
we would second
we would second
you would second
they would second
Past
I would have seconded
you would have seconded
he/she/it would have seconded
we would have seconded
you would have seconded
they would have seconded
Present continous
I would be seconding
you would be seconding
we would be seconding
we would be seconding
you would be seconding
they would be seconding
Past continous
I would have been seconding
you would have been seconding
he/she/it would have been seconding
we would have been seconding
you would have been seconding
they would have been seconding
Affermative - IMPERATIVE
Present
let me second
second
let him second
let us second
second
let them second
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Affermative - INFINITIVE
Present
to second
Past
to have seconded
Present continous
to be seconding
Perfect continous
to have been seconding
Affermative - PARTICIPLE
Present
seconding
Past
seconded
Perfect
having seconded
Affermative - GERUND
Present
seconding
Past
having seconded
Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I do not second
you do not second
he/she/it does not seconds
we do not second
you do not second
they do not second
Simple past
I did not second
you did not second
he/she/it did not second
we did not second
you did not second
they did not second
Simple past
I did not second
you did not second
he/she/it did not second
we did not second
you did not second
they did not second
Present perfect
I have not seconded
you have not seconded
he/she/it has not seconded
we have not seconded
you have not seconded
they have not seconded
Past perfect
I had not seconded
you had not seconded
he/she/it had not seconded
we had not seconded
you had not seconded
they had not seconded
Past perfect
I had not seconded
you had not seconded
he/she/it had not seconded
we had not seconded
you had not seconded
they had not seconded
Simple future
I will not second
you will not second
he/she/it will not second
we will not second
you will not second
they will not second
Future perfect
I will not have seconded
you will not have seconded
he/she/it will not have seconded
we will not have seconded
you will not have seconded
they will not have seconded
Present continuous
I am not seconding
you are not seconding
he/she/it is not seconding
we are not seconding
you are not seconding
they are not seconding
Past simple continuous
I was not seconding
you were not seconding
he/she/it was not seconding
we were not seconding
you were not seconding
they were not seconding
Future continuous
I will not be seconding
you will not be seconding
he/she/it will not be seconding
we will not be seconding
you will not be seconding
they will not be seconding
Future perfect continuous
I will not have been seconding
you will not have been seconding
he/she/it will not have been seconding
we will not have been seconding
you will not have been seconding
they will not have been seconding
Present perfect continuous
I have not been seconding
you have not been seconding
he/she/it has not been seconding
we have not been seconding
you have not been seconding
they have not been seconding
Past perfect continuous
I had not been seconding
you had not been seconding
he/she/it had not been seconding
we had not been seconding
you had not been seconding
they had not been seconding
Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I do not second
That you do not second
That he/she/it does not second
That we do not second
That you do not second
That they do not second
Present perfect
That I have not seconded
That you have not seconded
That he/she/it have not seconded
That we have not seconded
That you have not seconded
That they have not seconded
Simple past
That I did not second
That you did not second
That he/she/it did not second
That we did not second
That you did not second
That they did not second
Past perfect
That I had not seconded
That you had not seconded
That he/she/it had not seconded
That we had not seconded
That you had not seconded
That they had not seconded
Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would not second
you would not second
we would not second
we would not second
you would not second
they would not second
Past
I would not have seconded
you would not have seconded
he/she/it would not have seconded
we would not have seconded
you would not have seconded
they would not have seconded
Present continous
I would not be seconding
you would not be seconding
we would not be seconding
we would not be seconding
you would not be seconding
they would not be seconding
Past continous
I would not have been seconding
you would not have been seconding
he/she/it would not have been seconding
we would not have been seconding
you would not have been seconding
they would not have been seconding
Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present
do not let me second
do not second
do not let him second
do not let us second
do not second
do not let them second
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Negative - INFINITIVE
Present
not to second
Past
not to have seconded
Present continous
not to be seconding
Perfect continous
not to have been seconding
Negative - PARTICIPLE
Present
not seconding
Past
not seconded
Perfect
not having seconded
Negative - GERUND
Present
not seconding
Past
not having seconded
Interrogative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I second ?
do you second ?
does she/he/it seconds ?
do we second ?
do you second ?
do they second ?
Simple past
did I second ?
did you second ?
did she/he/it second ?
did we second ?
did you second ?
did they second ?
Simple past
did I second ?
did you second ?
did she/he/it second ?
did we second ?
did you second ?
did they second ?
Present perfect
have I seconded ?
have you seconded ?
has she/he/it seconded ?
have we seconded ?
have you seconded ?
have they seconded ?
Past perfect
had I seconded ?
had you seconded ?
had she/he/it seconded ?
had we seconded ?
had you seconded ?
had they seconded ?
Past perfect
had I seconded ?
had you seconded ?
had she/he/it seconded ?
had we seconded ?
had you seconded ?
had they seconded ?
Simple future
will I second ?
will you second ?
will she/he/it second ?
will we second ?
will you second ?
will they second ?
Future perfect
will I have seconded ?
will you have seconded ?
will she/he/it have seconded ?
will we have seconded ?
will you have seconded ?
will they have seconded ?
Present continuous
am I seconding ?
are you seconding ?
is she/he/it seconding ?
are we seconding ?
are you seconding ?
are they seconding ?
Past simple continuous
was I seconding ?
were you seconding ?
was she/he/it seconding ?
were we seconding ?
were you seconding ?
were they seconding ?
Future continuous
will I be seconding ?
will you be seconding ?
will she/he/it be seconding ?
will we be seconding ?
will you be seconding ?
will they be seconding ?
Future perfect continuous
will I have been seconding ?
will you have been seconding ?
will she/he/it have been seconding ?
will we have been seconding ?
will you have been seconding ?
will they have been seconding ?
Present perfect continuous
have I been seconding ?
have you been seconding ?
has she/he/it been seconding ?
have we been seconding ?
have you been seconding ?
have they been seconding ?
Past perfect continuous
had I been seconding ?
had you been seconding ?
had she/he/it been seconding ?
had we been seconding ?
had you been seconding ?
had they been seconding ?
Interrogative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I second ?
That do you second ?
That does she/he/it second ?
That do we second ?
That do you second ?
That do they second ?
Present perfect
That have I seconded ?
That have you seconded ?
That have she/he/it seconded ?
That have we seconded ?
That have you seconded ?
That have they seconded ?
Simple past
That did I second ?
That did you second ?
That did she/he/it second ?
That did we second ?
That did you second ?
That did they second ?
Past perfect
That had I seconded ?
That had you seconded ?
That had she/he/it seconded ?
That had we seconded ?
That had you seconded ?
That had they seconded ?
Interrogative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I second ?
would you second ?
would she/he/it second ?
would we second ?
would you second ?
would they second ?
Past
would I have seconded?
would you have seconded?
would she/he/it have seconded?
would we have seconded?
would you have seconded?
would they have seconded?
Present continous
would I be seconding ?
would you be seconding ?
would she/he/it be seconding ?
would we be seconding ?
would you be seconding ?
would they be seconding ?
Past continous
would I have been seconding?
would you have been seconding?
would she/he/it have been seconding?
would we have been seconding?
would you have been seconding?
would they have been seconding?
Interrogative - IMPERATIVE
Present
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interrogative-Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I not second ?
do you not second ?
does she/he/it not seconds ?
do we not second ?
do you not second ?
do they not second ?
Simple past
did I not second ?
did you not second ?
did she/he/it not second ?
did we not second ?
did you not second ?
did they not second ?
Simple past
did I not second ?
did you not second ?
did she/he/it not second ?
did we not second ?
did you not second ?
did they not second ?
Present perfect
have I not seconded ?
have you not seconded ?
has she/he/it not seconded ?
have we not seconded ?
have you not seconded ?
have they not seconded ?
Past perfect
had I not seconded ?
had you not seconded ?
had she/he/it not seconded ?
had we not seconded ?
had you not seconded ?
had they not seconded ?
Past perfect
had I not seconded ?
had you not seconded ?
had she/he/it not seconded ?
had we not seconded ?
had you not seconded ?
had they not seconded ?
Simple future
will I not second ?
will you not second ?
will she/he/it not second ?
will we not second ?
will you not second ?
will they not second ?
Future perfect
will I not have seconded ?
will you not have seconded ?
will she/he/it not have seconded ?
will we not have seconded ?
will you not have seconded ?
will they not have seconded ?
Present continuous
am I not seconding ?
are you not seconding ?
is she/he/it not seconding ?
are we not seconding ?
are you not seconding ?
are they not seconding ?
Past simple continuous
was I not seconding ?
were you not seconding ?
was she/he/it not seconding ?
were we not seconding ?
were you not seconding ?
were they not seconding ?
Future continuous
will I not be seconding ?
will you not be seconding ?
will she/he/it not be seconding ?
will we not be seconding ?
will you not be seconding ?
will they not be seconding ?
Future perfect continuous
will I not have been seconding ?
will you not have been seconding ?
will she/he/it not have been seconding ?
will we not have been seconding ?
will you not have been seconding ?
will they not have been seconding ?
Present perfect continuous
have I not been seconding ?
have you not been seconding ?
has she/he/it not been seconding ?
have we not been seconding ?
have you not been seconding ?
have they not been seconding ?
Past perfect continuous
had I not been seconding ?
had you not been seconding ?
had she/he/it not been seconding ?
had we not been seconding ?
had you not been seconding ?
had they not been seconding ?
Interrogative-Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I not second ?
That do you not second ?
That does she/he/it not second ?
That do we not second ?
That do you not second ?
That do they not second ?
Present perfect
That have I not seconded ?
That have you not seconded ?
That have she/he/it not seconded ?
That have we not seconded ?
That have you not seconded ?
That have they not seconded ?
Simple past
That did I not second ?
That did you not second ?
That did she/he/it not second ?
That did we not second ?
That did you not second ?
That did they not second ?
Past perfect
That had I not seconded ?
That had you not seconded ?
That had she/he/it not seconded ?
That had we not seconded ?
That had you not seconded ?
That had they not seconded ?
Interrogative-Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I not second ?
would you not second ?
would she/he/it not second ?
would we not second ?
would you not second ?
would they not second ?
Past
would I not have seconded?
would you not have seconded?
would she/he/it not have seconded?
would we not have seconded?
would you not have seconded?
would they not have seconded?
Present continous
would I not be seconding ?
would you not be seconding ?
would she/he/it not be seconding ?
would we not be seconding ?
would you not be seconding ?
would they not be seconding ?
Past continous
would I not have been seconding?
would you not have been seconding?
would she/he/it not have been seconding?
would we not have been seconding?
would you not have been seconding?
would they not have been seconding?
Interrogative-Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present