Escamoter – to evade, dodge, skip, get around; (informal) to steal, pinch

French Verb Conjugations

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
vousescamotezescamotiezescamoterezescamoteriezescamotiez escamotassiez
 Passé composéPast perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
j’ai escamotéavais escamotéaurai escamotéaurais escamotéaie escamotéeusse escamoté
tuas escamotéavais escamotéauras escamotéaurais escamotéaies escamotéeusses escamoté
ila escamotéavait escamotéaura escamotéaurait escamotéait escamotéeût escamoté
nousavons escamotéavions escamotéaurons escamotéaurions escamotéayons escamotéeussions escamoté
vousavez escamotéaviez escamotéaurez escamotéauriez escamotéayez escamotéeussiez escamoté
ilsont escamotéavaient escamotéauront escamotéauraient escamotéaient escamotéeussent escamoté
 Passé simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
j’escamotaieus escamoté (tu)escamote Presentescamotant
tuescamotaseus escamoté (nous)escamotons Pastescamoté
ilescamotaeut escamoté (vous)escamotez Perfectayant escamoté
nousescamotâmeseûmes escamoté Past imperative  
vousescamotâteseûtes escamoté (tu)aie escamotéPast infinitive
ilsescamotèrenteurent escamoté (nous)ayons escamoté avoir escamoté
    (vous)ayez escamoté  

  Escamoter is a regular -er verb.

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