Crever – to burst, puncture; (inf) to wear out; (fam) to be starving, to kill

French Verb Conjugations

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
vouscrevezcreviezcrèverezcrèveriezcreviez crevassiez
 PassĂ© composĂ©Past perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
j’ai crevĂ©avais crevĂ©aurai crevĂ©aurais crevĂ©aie crevĂ©eusse crevĂ©
tuas crevéavais crevéauras crevéaurais crevéaies crevéeusses crevé
ila crevéavait crevéaura crevéaurait crevéait crevéeût crevé
nousavons crevéavions crevéaurons crevéaurions crevéayons crevéeussions crevé
vousavez crevéaviez crevéaurez crevéauriez crevéayez crevéeussiez crevé
ilsont crevéavaient crevéauront crevéauraient crevéaient crevéeussent crevé
 PassĂ© simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
je / j’crevaieus crevĂ© (tu)crève Presentcrevant
tucrevaseus crevĂ© (nous)crevons PastcrevĂ©
ilcrevaeut crevĂ© (vous)crevez Perfectayant crevĂ©
nouscrevâmeseĂ»mes crevĂ© Past imperative  
vouscrevâteseĂ»tes crevĂ© (tu)aie crevĂ©Past infinitive
ilscrevèrenteurent crevĂ© (nous)ayons crevĂ© avoir crevĂ©
    (vous)ayez crevĂ©  

  Crever is a stem-changing verb (e to è).

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