Accuser – to accuse, blame; to accentuate, emphasize; to show, register, look

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
j’ accuse accusais accuserai accuserais accuse accusasse
tu accuses accusais accuseras accuserais accuses accusasses
il accuse accusait accusera accuserait accuse accusât
nous accusons accusions accuserons accuserions accusions accusassions
vous accusez accusiez accuserez accuseriez accusiez accusassiez
ils accusent accusaient accuseront accuseraient accusent accusassent
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai accusé avais accusé aurai accusé aurais accusé aie accusé eusse accusé
tu as accusé avais accusé auras accusé aurais accusé aies accusé eusses accusé
il a accusé avait accusé aura accusé aurait accusé ait accusé eût accusé
nous avons accusé avions accusé aurons accusé aurions accusé ayons accusé eussions accusé
vous avez accusé aviez accusé aurez accusé auriez accusé ayez accusé eussiez accusé
ils ont accusé avaient accusé auront accusé auraient accusé aient accusé eussent accusé
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
j’ accusai eus accusé   (tu) accuse   Present accusant
tu accusas eus accusé   (nous) accusons   Past accusé
il accusa eut accusé   (vous) accusez   Perfect ayant accusé
nous accusâmes eûmes accusé   Past imperative    
vous accusâtes eûtes accusé   (tu) aie accusé Past infinitive
ils accusèrent eurent accusé   (nous) ayons accusé   avoir accusé
        (vous) ayez accusé    

  Accuser is a regular -er verb.

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