Emballer – to wrap, pack; (fam) to arrest, nick

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
j’ emballe emballais emballerai emballerais emballe emballasse
tu emballes emballais emballeras emballerais emballes emballasses
il emballe emballait emballera emballerait emballe emballât
nous emballons emballions emballerons emballerions emballions emballassions
vous emballez emballiez emballerez emballeriez emballiez emballassiez
ils emballent emballaient emballeront emballeraient emballent emballassent
  PassĂ© composĂ© Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai emballĂ© avais emballĂ© aurai emballĂ© aurais emballĂ© aie emballĂ© eusse emballĂ©
tu as emballé avais emballé auras emballé aurais emballé aies emballé eusses emballé
il a emballé avait emballé aura emballé aurait emballé ait emballé eût emballé
nous avons emballé avions emballé aurons emballé aurions emballé ayons emballé eussions emballé
vous avez emballé aviez emballé aurez emballé auriez emballé ayez emballé eussiez emballé
ils ont emballé avaient emballé auront emballé auraient emballé aient emballé eussent emballé
  PassĂ© simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
j’ emballai eus emballĂ©   (tu) emballe   Present emballant
tu emballas eus emballĂ©   (nous) emballons   Past emballĂ©
il emballa eut emballĂ©   (vous) emballez   Perfect ayant emballĂ©
nous emballâmes eĂ»mes emballĂ©   Past imperative    
vous emballâtes eĂ»tes emballĂ©   (tu) aie emballĂ© Past infinitive
ils emballèrent eurent emballĂ©   (nous) ayons emballĂ©   avoir emballĂ©
        (vous) ayez emballĂ©    

  Emballer is a regular -er verb.

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