Aboutir – to succeed, end up in/at, lead to

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
j’ aboutis aboutissais aboutirai aboutirais aboutisse aboutisse
tu aboutis aboutissais aboutiras aboutirais aboutisses aboutisses
il aboutit aboutissait aboutira aboutirait aboutisse aboutît
nous aboutissons aboutissions aboutirons aboutirions aboutissions aboutissions
vous aboutissez aboutissiez aboutirez aboutiriez aboutissiez aboutissiez
ils aboutissent aboutissaient aboutiront aboutiraient aboutissent aboutissent
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai abouti avais abouti aurai abouti aurais abouti aie abouti eusse abouti
tu as abouti avais abouti auras abouti aurais abouti aies abouti eusses abouti
il a abouti avait abouti aura abouti aurait abouti ait abouti eût abouti
nous avons abouti avions abouti aurons abouti aurions abouti ayons abouti eussions abouti
vous avez abouti aviez abouti aurez abouti auriez abouti ayez abouti eussiez abouti
ils ont abouti avaient abouti auront abouti auraient abouti aient abouti eussent abouti
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
j’ aboutis eus abouti   (tu) aboutis   Present aboutissant
tu aboutis eus abouti   (nous) aboutissons   Past abouti
il aboutit eut abouti   (vous) aboutissez   Perfect ayant abouti
nous aboutîmes eûmes abouti   Past imperative    
vous aboutîtes eûtes abouti   (tu) aie abouti Past infinitive
ils aboutirent eurent abouti   (nous) ayons abouti   avoir abouti
        (vous) ayez abouti    

  Aboutir is a regular -ir verb.

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