Baigner – to bathe, wash, soak

French Verb Conjugations

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
vousbaignezbaigniezbaignerezbaigneriezbaigniez baignassiez
 Passé composéPast perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
j’ai baignéavais baignéaurai baignéaurais baignéaie baignéeusse baigné
tuas baignéavais baignéauras baignéaurais baignéaies baignéeusses baigné
ila baignéavait baignéaura baignéaurait baignéait baignéeût baigné
nousavons baignéavions baignéaurons baignéaurions baignéayons baignéeussions baigné
vousavez baignéaviez baignéaurez baignéauriez baignéayez baignéeussiez baigné
ilsont baignéavaient baignéauront baignéauraient baignéaient baignéeussent baigné
 Passé simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
je / j’baignaieus baigné (tu)baigne Presentbaignant
tubaignaseus baigné (nous)baignons Pastbaigné
ilbaignaeut baigné (vous)baignez Perfectayant baigné
nousbaignâmeseûmes baigné Past imperative  
vousbaignâteseûtes baigné (tu)aie baignéPast infinitive
ilsbaignèrenteurent baigné (nous)ayons baigné avoir baigné
    (vous)ayez baigné  

  Baigner is a regular -er verb.

As a reflexive verb, se baigner means "to swim" or "to take a bath."

 Do you use this verb enough? Take a look at 5 overused French verbs (and the synonyms you might need instead)

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