Associer – to share, partner; to associate, link, combine

French Verb Conjugations

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
j’associeassociaisassocieraiassocieraisassocieassociasse
tuassociesassociaisassocierasassocieraisassociesassociasses
ilassocieassociaitassocieraassocieraitassocieassociât
nousassocionsassociionsassocieronsassocierionsassociionsassociassions
vousassociezassociiezassocierezassocieriezassociiez associassiez
ilsassocientassociaientassocierontassocieraientassocientassociassent
       
 Passé composéPast perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
j’ai associéavais associéaurai associéaurais associéaie associéeusse associé
tuas associéavais associéauras associéaurais associéaies associéeusses associé
ila associéavait associéaura associéaurait associéait associéeût associé
nousavons associéavions associéaurons associéaurions associéayons associéeussions associé
vousavez associéaviez associéaurez associéauriez associéayez associéeussiez associé
ilsont associéavaient associéauront associéauraient associéaient associéeussent associé
       
 Passé simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
j’associaieus associé (tu)associe Presentassociant
tuassociaseus associé (nous)associons Pastassocié
ilassociaeut associé (vous)associez Perfectayant associé
nousassociâmeseûmes associé Past imperative  
vousassociâteseûtes associé (tu)aie associéPast infinitive
ilsassocièrenteurent associé (nous)ayons associé avoir associé
    (vous)ayez associé  

  Associer is a regular -er verb (although it is slightly weird).

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