Combiner – to combine; to devise, think up

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
je combine combinais combinerai combinerais combine combinasse
tu combines combinais combineras combinerais combines combinasses
il combine combinait combinera combinerait combine combinât
nous combinons combinions combinerons combinerions combinions combinassions
vous combinez combiniez combinerez combineriez combiniez combinassiez
ils combinent combinaient combineront combineraient combinent combinassent
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai combiné avais combiné aurai combiné aurais combiné aie combiné eusse combiné
tu as combiné avais combiné auras combiné aurais combiné aies combiné eusses combiné
il a combiné avait combiné aura combiné aurait combiné ait combiné eût combiné
nous avons combiné avions combiné aurons combiné aurions combiné ayons combiné eussions combiné
vous avez combiné aviez combiné aurez combiné auriez combiné ayez combiné eussiez combiné
ils ont combiné avaient combiné auront combiné auraient combiné aient combiné eussent combiné
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
je / j’ combinai eus combiné   (tu) combine   Present combinant
tu combinas eus combiné   (nous) combinons   Past combiné
il combina eut combiné   (vous) combinez   Perfect ayant combiné
nous combinâmes eûmes combiné   Past imperative    
vous combinâtes eûtes combiné   (tu) aie combiné Past infinitive
ils combinèrent eurent combiné   (nous) ayons combiné   avoir combiné
        (vous) ayez combiné    

  Combiner is a regular -er verb.

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