Arracher – to pull out/up, to tear off/out/down

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
j’ arrache arrachais arracherai arracherais arrache arrachasse
tu arraches arrachais arracheras arracherais arraches arrachasses
il arrache arrachait arrachera arracherait arrache arrachât
nous arrachons arrachions arracherons arracherions arrachions arrachassions
vous arrachez arrachiez arracherez arracheriez arrachiez arrachassiez
ils arrachent arrachaient arracheront arracheraient arrachent arrachassent
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai arraché avais arraché aurai arraché aurais arraché aie arraché eusse arraché
tu as arraché avais arraché auras arraché aurais arraché aies arraché eusses arraché
il a arraché avait arraché aura arraché aurait arraché ait arraché eût arraché
nous avons arraché avions arraché aurons arraché aurions arraché ayons arraché eussions arraché
vous avez arraché aviez arraché aurez arraché auriez arraché ayez arraché eussiez arraché
ils ont arraché avaient arraché auront arraché auraient arraché aient arraché eussent arraché
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
j’ arrachai eus arraché   (tu) arrache   Present arrachant
tu arrachas eus arraché   (nous) arrachons   Past arraché
il arracha eut arraché   (vous) arrachez   Perfect ayant arraché
nous arrachâmes eûmes arraché   Past imperative    
vous arrachâtes eûtes arraché   (tu) aie arraché Past infinitive
ils arrachèrent eurent arraché   (nous) ayons arraché   avoir arraché
        (vous) ayez arraché    

  Arracher is a regular -er verb.

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