Esquiver – to dodge, elude, evade

French Verb Conjugations

  Present Imperfect Future Conditional Subjunctive Imperfect subj.
j’ esquive esquivais esquiverai esquiverais esquive esquivasse
tu esquives esquivais esquiveras esquiverais esquives esquivasses
il esquive esquivait esquivera esquiverait esquive esquivât
nous esquivons esquivions esquiverons esquiverions esquivions esquivassions
vous esquivez esquiviez esquiverez esquiveriez esquiviez esquivassiez
ils esquivent esquivaient esquiveront esquiveraient esquivent esquivassent
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai esquivé avais esquivé aurai esquivé aurais esquivé aie esquivé eusse esquivé
tu as esquivé avais esquivé auras esquivé aurais esquivé aies esquivé eusses esquivé
il a esquivé avait esquivé aura esquivé aurait esquivé ait esquivé eût esquivé
nous avons esquivé avions esquivé aurons esquivé aurions esquivé ayons esquivé eussions esquivé
vous avez esquivé aviez esquivé aurez esquivé auriez esquivé ayez esquivé eussiez esquivé
ils ont esquivé avaient esquivé auront esquivé auraient esquivé aient esquivé eussent esquivé
  Passé simple Past anterior Imperative Participles  
j’ esquivai eus esquivé   (tu) esquive   Present esquivant
tu esquivas eus esquivé   (nous) esquivons   Past esquivé
il esquiva eut esquivé   (vous) esquivez   Perfect ayant esquivé
nous esquivâmes eûmes esquivé   Past imperative    
vous esquivâtes eûtes esquivé   (tu) aie esquivé Past infinitive
ils esquivèrent eurent esquivé   (nous) ayons esquivé   avoir esquivé
        (vous) ayez esquivé    

  Esquiver is a regular -er verb.

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