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Vocabolario e frasi
* Se il padre si fosse messo a questionare con ragioni , a fra Fazio non sarebber mancate altre ragioni da opporre ; e sa il cielo quando e come la cosa sarebbe finita .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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Ma perché lagnarsi del padre, se egli si era piegato ai voleri di lui senza opporre la minima resistenza, senza arrischiar neppure la piú timida osservazione, come a un patto fin dalla nascita stabilito e concluso e ormai non piú discutibile? se egli stesso, proprio per sottrarsi alle tentazioni che potevano venirgli dall'ideale di vita ben diverso, fin allora vagheggiato, s'era indotto a prender moglie, a sposar colei che gli era stata destinata da gran tempo: la cugina orfana, Flavia? Come tutte le donne di quell'odiato paese, in cui gli uomini, nella briga, nella costernazione assidua degli affari rischiosi, non trovavan mai tempo da dedicare all'amore, Flavia, che avrebbe potuto essere per lui l'unica rosa lí tra le spine, s'era invece acconciata subito, senza rammarico, come d'intesa, alla parte modesta di badare alla casa, perché nulla mancasse al marito dei comodi materiali, quando stanco, spossato, ritornava dalle zolfare o dal banco o dai depositi di zolfo lungo la spiaggia, dove, sotto il sole cocente, egli aveva atteso tutto il giorno all'esportazione del minerale.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Oh Dio, dov'è, dov'è? Il dottor Vocalòpulo tese le mani, quasi per opporre un argine alle domande.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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- Sissignore! sissignore! - disse il Mauri, senza opporre nessuna resistenza, rinculando.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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E se vi dicessi che per sei mesi e più, in altro tempo, fui cieco al sorriso di donna a cui non mancava intelletto né dell’amore né della vita, voi mi potreste opporre che la timidità raffrenava il desiderio: ma la timidità è guardia anch’essa della virtù; e se c’è un po’ d’orgoglio, c’è anche un po’ di pudore.. (Tommaseo - Fede e bellezza)
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Ma poi, la parte della donna non era forse di opporre alle ingiustizie e alle prepotenze una dolcezza mansueta, di mitigare ed emendare gli offensori piuttosto che di respinger con la forza l'offesa? Luisa diventò rossa e rispose che ad alcune donne, forse alle migliori, questa parte conveniva, ma che non poteva convenire a tutte perché tutte non potevano essere tanto miti e umili. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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Così, così – è incredibile – come nel giuoco avrebbe fatto lui ragazzetto di nove anni, hanno pensato sul serio di poter fare i Tedeschi, ora, dopo quarantaquattro anni di preparazione militare! Sul serio hanno pensato che il Belgio neutrale potesse lasciarsi invadere quietamente e lasciarli passare senza opporre la minima resistenza, a Liegi, a Namur, per dar tempo alla Francia impreparata di raccogliere gli eserciti e all’Inghilterra di sbarcare le sue prime milizie ausiliarie: così!
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– si prova a opporre Berecche.
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E cercò qualche altra cosa da opporre a quel male, da gettare a quella specie d'insana fame che distruggeva in lei l'intera massa della vita vissuta e non le lasciava su la lingua se non un gusto di sangue e di polvere. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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contrapporre
= verbo trans. mettere di fronte, opporre
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eccepire
= verbo trans . obiettare - opporre
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idrodinamico
= che riguarda l'idrodinamica - fatto in modo da opporre poca resistenza all'acqua
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obiettare o obbiettare
= verbo trans . opporre , presentare come argomento contrario
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opponente
= participio presente di opporre
= che oppone o si oppone
= chi si oppone
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opponere
= opporre .
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opponibile
= che si può opporre - in partic . , si dice del pollice , in quanto può opporsi a ogni altro dito della stessa mano , consentendo la presa
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opposto
= o opposito , participio passato di opporre
= che è posto di fronte
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ostacolare
= verbo trans . essere d'ostacolo , opporre ostacoli
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Inglese
Vocabolario e frasi
* "I beg you would not put it into Lizzy's head to be vexed by his
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her daughters put herself forward. The two girls had been whispering to
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in the gallery at Pemberley. Put them next to your great-uncle the
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he could not prevail on her to dance with him again, put it out of her
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a situation, now put herself forward to confirm his account, by
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endeavoured to put a stop to the exclamations of her mother and sisters
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Miss Bingley's letter arrived, and put an end to doubt. The very first
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becomes herself and her daughter. I would advise you merely to put on
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calm and concise--and soon put an end to by the entrance of Charlotte
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* "Yes--if Darcy does not put it off again. But I am at his disposal. He
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the utmost force of passion to put aside, in my own case; the want of
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last page or two, put it hastily away, protesting that she would not
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thousand pounds, again was she forced to hesitate. She put down
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would not have put up with it. Well, my comfort is, I am sure Jane will
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their marriage put an end to all real affection for her. Respect,
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engaged with their children, was now put an end to by the approach
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Kitty, for Hill. I will put on my things in a moment. My dear, dear
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occasion; no one was to be put in competition with him. He did every
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me, I did not once put my foot out of doors, though I was there a
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wedding need not be put off, for Mr. Darcy might have done as well.
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* On such encouragement to ask, Elizabeth was forced to put it out of her
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niece, was forced to put up with only having the probable credit of it,
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though it was not put in as it ought to be. It was only said, 'Lately,
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the little value he put on his own good qualities. Elizabeth was pleased
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to him, except just now and then. So, do not put yourself to
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her answer to put an end to every entreaty and expectation of the kind.
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'Mr. PICKWICK would not put up to be put down by clamour. He had alluded
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proceeded to put himself into his clothes, and his clothes into his
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in her hand--no mouth to put it in--head of a family off--shocking,
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overturning his candlestick in his struggles to put it on, Mr. Tracy
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and if, on this very first occasion of being put to the test, he shrunk
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war, and put them into proper order for immediate use. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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an urgent request for the loan of a trifling sum of money. I put a few
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a boy put a dirty scrap of paper in my hand, on which were scrawled a
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going forward; that's what I say.' So the stout gentleman put on his
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Tupman found it indispensably necessary to put his arm round her waist,
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again--Joe, help Tom put in the horses.'
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The horses were put in--the driver mounted--the fat boy clambered up by
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while the coats were being put in. 'Bless my soul! who's to drive? I
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want to put this horse up here,' said Mr. Pickwick; 'I suppose we
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can, can't we?' 'Want to put that ere horse up, do ee?' repeated the
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* 'Can we put this horse up here, my good woman?' said Mr. Tupman,
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* 'We'll have you put to rights here,' said the old gentleman, 'and then
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'Grandma's rather put out now,' said Miss Isabella Wardle, in a low
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* 'Joe, Joe!' said the gentleman; 'Joe--damn that--oh, here he is; put out
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ill-starred youth. 'He was bribed by that scoundrel, Jingle, to put me
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shawl, his hat having been put on his head, and his greatcoat thrown
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'Chaise-and-four directly!--out with 'em! Put up the gig afterwards.'
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when that was found, two sleepy helpers put the wrong harness on the
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have completely put an end to the pursuit at once, but old Wardle was
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twenty-two, that's to put all the others out? No, no; reg'lar rotation,
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says my father; "can't I put that in arterwards?"--"Impossible!" says
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'Don't you think--now, my dear Sir, I put it to you don't you
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drawing a small table towards his bedside, trimmed the light, put on his
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throwing off such articles of clothing as he had put on when he rose
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* The announcement of supper put a stop both to the game of ecarte, and
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dragged 'em out, one by one, this mornin', and put 'em under the pump,
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first house we come to we'll put up at, so the faster you go the sooner
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trousers there. He put his hand into the pocket, and drew forth the
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settle the tall man's business at once--just to put him out of his
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Smart, in the energy of his compassion, had put his arm round the
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election had terminated, when his faithful valet put into his hand a
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'I know that,' said Mr. Pickwick; 'but as I cannot put myself in
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intention to put yourself into a green velvet jacket, with a two-inch
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good--ver good indeed.' And the count put up his tablets, and with
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question was put in the most careless tone imaginable, Mr. Job Trotter
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present just put that bit of pink gingham into your pocket. 'Tain't so
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hand, ground his teeth, as if to put a sharper edge on what he was about
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off his spectacles, wiped them, and put them on again; and his voice had
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'I know the gentleman'll put that 'ere charge into somebody afore he's
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Winkle, who was eating bread and ham with a pocket-knife. 'I'll put a
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Fogg wouldn't let him, so he put the money in his pocket, and sneaked
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As Fogg put himself very temptingly within the reach of Mr. Pickwick's
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was a-goin' to put up for a long time.'
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red head, 'cos' Mr. Lowten's a-singin' a comic song, and he'll put him
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perhaps; rather, eh?'The little old man put his head more on one side,
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and put a bill up. Another man came, took the chambers, furnished them,
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papers to put in it; and as to his clothes, he carried them about with
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chamber, who had been dining out, he put his feet on the fender,
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strength, had put off the act till it was too late, and now might
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peg in one corner, and taking down his hat and coat, put them on with
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again. Wouldn't I put her out to nurse!'
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I put my name down for a ticket; at six o'clock on the Friday evenin' I
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down the street, on this question being put to him by Mr. Pickwick; and,
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Magnus took off his spectacles, on purpose to wink, and then put them on
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trying circumstances. Although he had hastily Put on his hat over his
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he took his spectacles from his waistcoat pocket, and put them on;
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is, that Mr. Pickwick no sooner put on his spectacles, than he at once
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challenge, and saw Mr. Muzzle about to put it into execution, than she
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So just to prevent his losing it again, she put it on for him. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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pulled his silk handkerchief over his head, put his feet on the fender,
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should be looked up, and put together. I wish you would step up to
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Mrs. Bardell she may put a bill up, as soon as she likes.'
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housebreaker said to the old lady when he put her on the fire; but as me
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things is to be put together, and give to anybody as we sends for 'em.
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* The tea-things had been scarcely put away, and the hearth swept up, when
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drop him in the water-butt, and put the lid on; and if I found he was
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by a leathern strap; and has seen the horses carefully put to; and has
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who are more in number than all the others put together, shout for the
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* 'Help Mr. Wardle's servant to put the packages into the cart, and then
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all to laugh again, and put the old lady into the very best of humours.
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saved pieces to put under their pillows to dream of their future
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* 'No, that he hadn't, my dear,' said Mr. Weller; 'and if you'd put an
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that had been carefully put by, for somebody else. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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still; his tongue was put out, as if in derision; and he was grinning at
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brushing the frost off his coat, put it on, and turned his face towards
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* 'I've put my name down for an arm at our place,' said Mr. Allen. 'We're
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* Mr. Pickwick paused, considered, pulled off his gloves and put them in
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expend the painful force he had put on at first, and turn slowly round
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numerous other ingenious machines put in motion for the torture and
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pavin' stone if you put it too near, and grind it into sassages as easy
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them to a seat, put his pen carefully in the inkstand, nursed his left
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* 'I am very sorry to put you to any inconvenience, Mrs. Raddle,' said Bob
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confined for room here, but you must put up with all that, when you come
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* After supper, another jug of punch was put upon the table, together with
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it DOES finish a portrait and put the frame and glass on complete,
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Ipswich, Suffolk'; and put it into his pocket, wafered, and ready for
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quickly put out, and nothing but noise and confusion resounded on all
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gravely to him, put his little legs underneath his table, and his little
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that it was put in the plaintiff's parlour window just this time three
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bosom, and put the bill up in her parlour window. Did it remain there
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intimidated nor bullied, nor put down; and that any attempt to do either
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prepared to put it up at a moment's notice. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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quite right. Put it down a "we," my Lord, put it down a "we."' 'Who is
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judge was fetched in. Mr. Pickwick put on his spectacles, and gazed at
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folded them into their case, and put them in his pocket; then, having
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* Sam had put up the steps, and was preparing to jump upon the box, when
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coach put up. Perhaps you can inform me.' 'Are you going to Bath?' said
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They must put their names down. Where's the book?'
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* Sam Weller put on his hat in a very easy and graceful manner, and,
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* 'Wery good,' said Sam. 'Tell the old gen'l'm'n not to put himself in a
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the drawer of the inkstand to put it carefully away. There were a couple
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keeping him up. He was not put into better humour either, by the
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out of another house; put me into the chair. Hide me! Do something with
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only waiting to put something smarter on her head than her nightcap,
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* A couple of tables were put together in the middle of the parlour,
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as felt cold wen you stood opposite. You'd save coals if they put you
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been welcomed by the old ones, Mr. Tuckle put the question that supper
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gentleman in orange plush. The greengrocer put on a pair of wash-leather
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* Sam put a few necessaries in a carpet-bag, and was ready for starting.
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business; so I put on a black suit of clothes, and a pair of spectacles,
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you might put all the profits in a wine-glass, and cover 'em over with
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fellow, put your hand into the cupboard, and bring out the patent
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having partially succeeded, put on his green spectacles and issued
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rayther damage the dewelopment o' the orgins if they ever put it in
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Mr. Pickwick appeared struck by Sam's remarks, for he put the lantern
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were not stifled in its birth. He put on his hat and walked quickly down
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winked, and proceeded to put the steps up, with a countenance expressive
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when he put his head out of the gate, and how he received a shock which
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spectacles from under the pillow, and put them on, to read the card.
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to put his hat on again, he would knock it into the latter end of
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an hour's time, thinks he may as well put it off till he gets home?'
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Sir? Will you have the kindness to put my compliments into the first
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Unquestionably there were but few things to put away, if there had been
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buckles, and the samples, had been all put back, and the book once
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But Dick put a couple of balls in his nob,
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But Dick put a couple of balls in his nob,
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yesterday, my faithful fellow, by what I said. Put down your hat, Sam,
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wouldn't be put out of his way for nobody!' With such like shiftings and
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The cobbler put his pipe in the corner of his mouth, while he smiled,
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his pipe, sighed, put it down, drew the bed-clothes over his head, and
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* 'They may be put on, Mr. Weller,' said Job. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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parlour, all ready. I'm ready too, I am.' Here Master Bardell put his
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* Master Bardell put his hands deeper down into his pockets, and nodded
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* 'It's put me all over in such a tremble, Betsy,' replied Mrs. Raddle.
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astonishment. 'What has put Sam into this extraordinary state?'
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will only put you into a perspiration and do no good whatever. I say,'
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my dear Sir, I put it to you. This one hundred and fifty pounds, or
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into some piece of knavery that must end in a crash? I have put these
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'I'd put a bullet in him, if I found him out,' said Mr. Sawyer, stopping
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his professional dignity in his anxiety. 'Get on a little faster; put a
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of his boot, and having picked up the pieces, and put them into three
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way. When a porter had put his luggage in the coach, and received his
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made a low, grave bow, and then put out his left hand. My uncle was just
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'The young lady put up her hand as if to caution my uncle not to do so,
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The horses were put to, punctually at a quarter before nine next
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jerked his friend into the vehicle, slammed the door, put up the steps,
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wafered the bill on the street door, locked it, put the key in his
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colours, and having put them in his pocket, nodded in a courteous manner
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hour. Tell them to put everything they have cold, on the table, and some
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and when (the horses being once more put to) they resumed their seats,
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got off the stool and put the bunch of keys in his pocket--
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nobleman sweetly remarked wen they put him down in the pension list 'cos
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* 'You take yourselves off to bed quietly,' said Sam, 'or I'll put you
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declaring that he had tumbled her cap, and put her hair quite out of
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notvithstandin that the drag wos put on directly by the medikel man
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* The pretty housemaid put out a hand which, although it was a
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a strong effort, put it in his pocket and buttoned it up. After this, he
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deliberation put four lumps of sugar in it. Having got thus far, he
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who was one of the best little creatures alive, put her handkerchief in
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of an eye, he divested himself of his coat, put on a threadbare garment,
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'Good-morning, Mr. Pickwick,' said Fogg. So saying, he put his umbrella
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'I will not be put down, Sir,' replied Mr. Pickwick hastily. 'Mr.
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Pickwick, as he put on his hat, 'you shall smart for this.'
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point to the compliment, and put his eyes into something between a
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foundation o' tea to put the spirits atop on!'
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vell put this bit o' paper into the fire.'
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wisdom--were put into requisition; and this assistance having been
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manner of unpleasantness, and yet you von't put out a hand to help me.
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care on it, or to put it in vun o' the coach pockets, vich 'ud be a
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manner, that the waiter put the five shillings in his pocket, and led
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* Father Brown groaned. He put his head on his hands and remained a
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secret magic connected with Thought-Forms, could I? I've put it badly,
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to put himself at the head of some political movement against the
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won't ask a question of life and death, until he has put an erection
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soon put both controversialists out of court.(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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selfish, and I don't think I'm afraid-I'll come with you if you put it
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* He sighed, and put out his hand for his big, black hat. As he removed it
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did put on the disguise. Somebody else manufactured the disguise at
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leisure, and then put it on him."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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secretary, "and he won't even put up those ramshackle old bars across
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point of strategy. He always put his favourite goldfish in the room at
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my room to-night; if you put the bowl in the back room as usual, it
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entrance, put the revolver under his pillow, and then undressed and went
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-prints, put everybody's back up, and found himself at the end left
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* "Oh those!" said Father Brown casually. "I put up those bars myself,
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jolly lucky for our friends here that poor Mandeville did put those two
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cloud on his brow as he put on his hat and went out into the night.(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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turned up so that he could have put his foot on it; the head was thrown
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foreign beard. When he shaved and put the wig on his cropped head he was
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* "Only because I put it back myself," said Father Brown.(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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* "Or rather," went on the priest, "I persuaded the thief to let me put it
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an excuse, but a reason. He really was put off by finding it was a
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problem to put off the conversation if he could, help it. He was
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be prepared to put your hand in your pocket
= preparati a metter mano al portafoglio! , preparati a metter mano alla tasca! ,
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bear put spread
= opzione doppia al ribasso ,
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bear put spreads
= opzioni doppie al ribasso ,
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don't put on that of wounded dignity
= non assumere quell'aria di dignità ferita! ,
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don't put the blame on me
= non dare la colpa a me ,
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don't put yourself out
= non disturbarti! ,
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hard put
= in imbarazzo,
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hard put to
= in imbarazzo a, in grande difficoltà a,
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hard put to do
= in imbarazzo a fare,
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hard put to it
= in grande difficoltà, messo alle strette,
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i won't put up with it any longer
= non ho più intenzione di sopportarlo,
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prepared to put your hand in your pocket
= preparato a metter mano al portafoglio, preparato a metter mano alla tasca,
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this job has put years on me
= questo lavoro mi ha fatto invecchiare! ,
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to put it another way
= per dirla in altri termini ,
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Coniugazione:2 - opporre
Ausiliare:avere transitivo
INDICATIVO - attivo
Presente
io oppongo
tu opponi
egli oppone
noi opponiamo
voi opponete
essi oppongono
Imperfetto
io opponevo
tu opponevi
egli opponeva
noi opponevamo
voi opponevate
essi opponevano
Passato remoto
io opposi
tu opponesti
egli oppose
noi opponemmo
voi opponeste
essi opposero
Passato prossimo
io ho opposto
tu hai opposto
egli ha opposto
noi abbiamo opposto
voi avete opposto
essi hanno opposto
Trapassato prossimo
io avevo opposto
tu avevi opposto
egli aveva opposto
noi avevamo opposto
voi avevate opposto
essi avevano opposto
Trapassato remoto
io ebbi opposto
tu avesti opposto
egli ebbe opposto
noi avemmo opposto
voi eveste opposto
essi ebbero opposto
Futuro semplice
io opporrò
tu opporrai
egli opporrà 
noi opporremo
voi opporrete
essi opporranno
Futuro anteriore
io avrò opposto
tu avrai opposto
egli avrà opposto
noi avremo opposto
voi avrete opposto
essi avranno opposto
CONGIUNTIVO - attivo
Presente
che io opponga
che tu opponga
che egli opponga
che noi opponiamo
che voi opponiate
che essi oppongano
Passato
che io abbia opposto
che tu abbia opposto
che egli abbia opposto
che noi abbiamo opposto
che voi abbiate opposto
che essi abbiano opposto
Imperfetto
che io opponessi
che tu opponessi
che egli opponesse
che noi opponessimo
che voi opponeste
che essi opponessero
Trapassato
che io avessi opposto
che tu avessi opposto
che egli avesse opposto
che noi avessimo opposto
che voi aveste opposto
che essi avessero opposto
CONDIZIONALE - attivo
Presente
io opporrei
tu opporresti
egli opporrebbe
noi opporremmo
voi opporreste
essi opporrebbero
Passato
io avrei opposto
tu avresti opposto
egli avrebbe opposto
noi avremmo opposto
voi avreste opposto
essi avrebbero opposto
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - attivo
Presente
-
opponi
opponga
opponiamo
opponete
oppongano
Futuro
-
opporrai
opporrà 
opporremo
opporrete
opporranno
INFINITO - attivo
Presente
opporr
Passato
essersi opposto
PARTICIPIO - attivo
Presente
opponente
Passato
opposto
 
 
GERUNDIO - attivo
Presente
opponendo
Passato
avendo opposto
Verb: to put-put-put
Ausiliar: to have - transitivo/intransitivo
Affermative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I put forward
you put forward
he/she/it puts forward
we put forward
you put forward
they put forward
Simple past
I put forward
you put forward
he/she/it put forward
we put forward
you put forward
they put forward
Simple past
I put forward
you put forward
he/she/it put forward
we put forward
you put forward
they put forward
Present perfect
I have put forward
you have put forward
he/she/it has put forward
we have put forward
you have put forward
they have put forward
Past perfect
I had put forward
you had put forward
he/she/it had put forward
we had put forward
you had put forward
they had put forward
Past perfect
I had put forward
you had put forward
he/she/it had put forward
we had put forward
you had put forward
they had put forward
Simple future
I will put forward
you will put forward
he/she/it will put forward
we will put forward
you will put forward
they will put forward
Future perfect
I will have put forward
you will have put forward
he/she/it will have put forward
we will have put forward
you will have put forward
they will have put forward
Present continuous
I am putting forward
you are putting forward
he/she/it is putting forward
we are putting forward
you are putting forward
they are putting forward
Past simple continuous
I was putting forward
you were putting forward
he/she/it was putting forward
we were putting forward
you were putting forward
they were putting forward
Future continuous
I will be putting forward
you will be putting forward
he/she/it will be putting forward
we will be putting forward
you will be putting forward
they will be putting forward
Future perfect continuous
I will have been putting forward
you will have been putting forward
he/she/it will have been putting forward
we will have been putting forward
you will have been putting forward
they will have been putting forward
Present perfect continuous
I have been putting forward
you have been putting forward
he/she/it has been putting forward
we have been putting forward
you have been putting forward
they have been putting forward
Past perfect continuous
I had been putting forward
you had been putting forward
he/she/it had been putting forward
we had been putting forward
you had been putting forward
they had been putting forward
Affermative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I put forward
That you put forward
That he/she/it put forward
That we put forward
That you put forward
That they put forward
Present perfect
That I have put forward
That you have put forward
That he/she/it have put forward
That we have put forward
That you have put forward
That they have put forward
Simple past
That I put forward
That you put forward
That he/she/it put forward
That we put forward
That you put forward
That they put forward
Past perfect
That I had put forward
That you had put forward
That he/she/it had put forward
That we had put forward
That you had put forward
That they had put forward
Affermative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would put forward
you would put forward
we would put forward
we would put forward
you would put forward
they would put forward
Past
I would have put
you would have put
he/she/it would have put
we would have put
you would have put
they would have put
Present continous
I would be putting forward
you would be putting forward
we would be putting forward
we would be putting forward
you would be putting forward
they would be putting forward
Past continous
I would have been putting
you would have been putting
he/she/it would have been putting
we would have been putting
you would have been putting
they would have been putting
Affermative - IMPERATIVE
Present
let me put forward
put forward
let him put forward
let us put forward
put forward
let them put forward
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Affermative - INFINITIVE
Present
to put
Past
to have put
Present continous
to be putting
Perfect continous
to have been putting
Affermative - PARTICIPLE
Present
putting
Past
put
Perfect
having put
Affermative - GERUND
Present
putting
Past
having put
Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I do not put forward
you do not put forward
he/she/it does not puts forward
we do not put forward
you do not put forward
they do not put forward
Simple past
I did not put forward
you did not put forward
he/she/it did not put forward
we did not put forward
you did not put forward
they did not put forward
Simple past
I did not put forward
you did not put forward
he/she/it did not put forward
we did not put forward
you did not put forward
they did not put forward
Present perfect
I have not put forward
you have not put forward
he/she/it has not put forward
we have not put forward
you have not put forward
they have not put forward
Past perfect
I had not put forward
you had not put forward
he/she/it had not put forward
we had not put forward
you had not put forward
they had not put forward
Past perfect
I had not put forward
you had not put forward
he/she/it had not put forward
we had not put forward
you had not put forward
they had not put forward
Simple future
I will not put forward
you will not put forward
he/she/it will not put forward
we will not put forward
you will not put forward
they will not put forward
Future perfect
I will not have put forward
you will not have put forward
he/she/it will not have put forward
we will not have put forward
you will not have put forward
they will not have put forward
Present continuous
I am not putting forward
you are not putting forward
he/she/it is not putting forward
we are not putting forward
you are not putting forward
they are not putting forward
Past simple continuous
I was not putting forward
you were not putting forward
he/she/it was not putting forward
we were not putting forward
you were not putting forward
they were not putting forward
Future continuous
I will not be putting forward
you will not be putting forward
he/she/it will not be putting forward
we will not be putting forward
you will not be putting forward
they will not be putting forward
Future perfect continuous
I will not have been putting forward
you will not have been putting forward
he/she/it will not have been putting forward
we will not have been putting forward
you will not have been putting forward
they will not have been putting forward
Present perfect continuous
I have not been putting forward
you have not been putting forward
he/she/it has not been putting forward
we have not been putting forward
you have not been putting forward
they have not been putting forward
Past perfect continuous
I had not been putting forward
you had not been putting forward
he/she/it had not been putting forward
we had not been putting forward
you had not been putting forward
they had not been putting forward
Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I do not put forward
That you do not put forward
That he/she/it does not put forward
That we do not put forward
That you do not put forward
That they do not put forward
Present perfect
That I have not put forward
That you have not put forward
That he/she/it have not put forward
That we have not put forward
That you have not put forward
That they have not put forward
Simple past
That I did not put forward
That you did not put forward
That he/she/it did not put forward
That we did not put forward
That you did not put forward
That they did not put forward
Past perfect
That I had not put forward
That you had not put forward
That he/she/it had not put forward
That we had not put forward
That you had not put forward
That they had not put forward
Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would not put forward
you would not put forward
we would not put forward
we would not put forward
you would not put forward
they would not put forward
Past
I would not have put
you would not have put
he/she/it would not have put
we would not have put
you would not have put
they would not have put
Present continous
I would not be putting forward
you would not be putting forward
we would not be putting forward
we would not be putting forward
you would not be putting forward
they would not be putting forward
Past continous
I would not have been putting
you would not have been putting
he/she/it would not have been putting
we would not have been putting
you would not have been putting
they would not have been putting
Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present
do not let me put forward
do not put forward
do not let him put forward
do not let us put forward
do not put forward
do not let them put forward
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Negative - INFINITIVE
Present
not to put
Past
not to have put
Present continous
not to be putting
Perfect continous
not to have been putting
Negative - PARTICIPLE
Present
not putting
Past
not put
Perfect
not having put
Negative - GERUND
Present
not putting
Past
not having put
Interrogative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I put forward?
do you put forward?
does she/he/it puts forward?
do we put forward?
do you put forward?
do they put forward?
Simple past
did I put forward?
did you put forward?
did she/he/it put forward?
did we put forward?
did you put forward?
did they put forward?
Simple past
did I put forward?
did you put forward?
did she/he/it put forward?
did we put forward?
did you put forward?
did they put forward?
Present perfect
have I put forward?
have you put forward?
has she/he/it put forward?
have we put forward?
have you put forward?
have they put forward?
Past perfect
had I put forward?
had you put forward?
had she/he/it put forward?
had we put forward?
had you put forward?
had they put forward?
Past perfect
had I put forward?
had you put forward?
had she/he/it put forward?
had we put forward?
had you put forward?
had they put forward?
Simple future
will I put forward?
will you put forward?
will she/he/it put forward?
will we put forward?
will you put forward?
will they put forward?
Future perfect
will I have put forward?
will you have put forward?
will she/he/it have put forward?
will we have put forward?
will you have put forward?
will they have put forward?
Present continuous
am I putting forward?
are you putting forward?
is she/he/it putting forward?
are we putting forward?
are you putting forward?
are they putting forward?
Past simple continuous
was I putting forward?
were you putting forward?
was she/he/it putting forward?
were we putting forward?
were you putting forward?
were they putting forward?
Future continuous
will I be putting forward?
will you be putting forward?
will she/he/it be putting forward?
will we be putting forward?
will you be putting forward?
will they be putting forward?
Future perfect continuous
will I have been putting forward?
will you have been putting forward?
will she/he/it have been putting forward?
will we have been putting forward?
will you have been putting forward?
will they have been putting forward?
Present perfect continuous
have I been putting forward?
have you been putting forward?
has she/he/it been putting forward?
have we been putting forward?
have you been putting forward?
have they been putting forward?
Past perfect continuous
had I been putting forward?
had you been putting forward?
had she/he/it been putting forward?
had we been putting forward?
had you been putting forward?
had they been putting forward?
Interrogative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I put forward?
That do you put forward?
That does she/he/it put forward?
That do we put forward?
That do you put forward?
That do they put forward?
Present perfect
That have I put forward?
That have you put forward?
That have she/he/it put forward?
That have we put forward?
That have you put forward?
That have they put forward?
Simple past
That did I put forward?
That did you put forward?
That did she/he/it put forward?
That did we put forward?
That did you put forward?
That did they put forward?
Past perfect
That had I put forward?
That had you put forward?
That had she/he/it put forward?
That had we put forward?
That had you put forward?
That had they put forward?
Interrogative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I put forward?
would you put forward?
would she/he/it put forward?
would we put forward?
would you put forward?
would they put forward?
Past
would I have put?
would you have put?
would she/he/it have put?
would we have put?
would you have put?
would they have put?
Present continous
would I be putting forward?
would you be putting forward?
would she/he/it be putting forward?
would we be putting forward?
would you be putting forward?
would they be putting forward?
Past continous
would I have been putting?
would you have been putting?
would she/he/it have been putting?
would we have been putting?
would you have been putting?
would they have been putting?
Interrogative - IMPERATIVE
Present
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interrogative-Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I not put forward?
do you not put forward?
does she/he/it not puts forward?
do we not put forward?
do you not put forward?
do they not put forward?
Simple past
did I not put forward?
did you not put forward?
did she/he/it not put forward?
did we not put forward?
did you not put forward?
did they not put forward?
Simple past
did I not put forward?
did you not put forward?
did she/he/it not put forward?
did we not put forward?
did you not put forward?
did they not put forward?
Present perfect
have I not put forward?
have you not put forward?
has she/he/it not put forward?
have we not put forward?
have you not put forward?
have they not put forward?
Past perfect
had I not put forward?
had you not put forward?
had she/he/it not put forward?
had we not put forward?
had you not put forward?
had they not put forward?
Past perfect
had I not put forward?
had you not put forward?
had she/he/it not put forward?
had we not put forward?
had you not put forward?
had they not put forward?
Simple future
will I not put forward?
will you not put forward?
will she/he/it not put forward?
will we not put forward?
will you not put forward?
will they not put forward?
Future perfect
will I not have put forward?
will you not have put forward?
will she/he/it not have put forward?
will we not have put forward?
will you not have put forward?
will they not have put forward?
Present continuous
am I not putting forward?
are you not putting forward?
is she/he/it not putting forward?
are we not putting forward?
are you not putting forward?
are they not putting forward?
Past simple continuous
was I not putting forward?
were you not putting forward?
was she/he/it not putting forward?
were we not putting forward?
were you not putting forward?
were they not putting forward?
Future continuous
will I not be putting forward?
will you not be putting forward?
will she/he/it not be putting forward?
will we not be putting forward?
will you not be putting forward?
will they not be putting forward?
Future perfect continuous
will I not have been putting forward?
will you not have been putting forward?
will she/he/it not have been putting forward?
will we not have been putting forward?
will you not have been putting forward?
will they not have been putting forward?
Present perfect continuous
have I not been putting forward?
have you not been putting forward?
has she/he/it not been putting forward?
have we not been putting forward?
have you not been putting forward?
have they not been putting forward?
Past perfect continuous
had I not been putting forward?
had you not been putting forward?
had she/he/it not been putting forward?
had we not been putting forward?
had you not been putting forward?
had they not been putting forward?
Interrogative-Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I not put forward?
That do you not put forward?
That does she/he/it not put forward?
That do we not put forward?
That do you not put forward?
That do they not put forward?
Present perfect
That have I not put forward?
That have you not put forward?
That have she/he/it not put forward?
That have we not put forward?
That have you not put forward?
That have they not put forward?
Simple past
That did I not put forward?
That did you not put forward?
That did she/he/it not put forward?
That did we not put forward?
That did you not put forward?
That did they not put forward?
Past perfect
That had I not put forward?
That had you not put forward?
That had she/he/it not put forward?
That had we not put forward?
That had you not put forward?
That had they not put forward?
Interrogative-Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I not put forward?
would you not put forward?
would she/he/it not put forward?
would we not put forward?
would you not put forward?
would they not put forward?
Past
would I not have put?
would you not have put?
would she/he/it not have put?
would we not have put?
would you not have put?
would they not have put?
Present continous
would I not be putting forward?
would you not be putting forward?
would she/he/it not be putting forward?
would we not be putting forward?
would you not be putting forward?
would they not be putting forward?
Past continous
would I not have been putting?
would you not have been putting?
would she/he/it not have been putting?
would we not have been putting?
would you not have been putting?
would they not have been putting?
Interrogative-Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present