Flirter – to go out with, date; to flirt with, get near, approach

French Verb Conjugations

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
vousflirtezflirtiezflirterezflirteriezflirtiez flirtassiez
 Passé composéPast perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
j’ai flirtéavais flirtéaurai flirtéaurais flirtéaie flirtéeusse flirté
tuas flirtéavais flirtéauras flirtéaurais flirtéaies flirtéeusses flirté
ila flirtéavait flirtéaura flirtéaurait flirtéait flirtéeût flirté
nousavons flirtéavions flirtéaurons flirtéaurions flirtéayons flirtéeussions flirté
vousavez flirtéaviez flirtéaurez flirtéauriez flirtéayez flirtéeussiez flirté
ilsont flirtéavaient flirtéauront flirtéauraient flirtéaient flirtéeussent flirté
 Passé simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
je / j’flirtaieus flirté (tu)flirte Presentflirtant
tuflirtaseus flirté (nous)flirtons Pastflirté
ilflirtaeut flirté (vous)flirtez Perfectayant flirté
nousflirtâmeseûmes flirté Past imperative  
vousflirtâteseûtes flirté (tu)aie flirtéPast infinitive
ilsflirtèrenteurent flirté (nous)ayons flirté avoir flirté
    (vous)ayez flirté  

  Flirter is a regular -er verb.

 Flirter is a semi-faux ami as it does not mean “flirt” in the sense flirting with a person you’re attracted to; the French equivalent for that meaning is draguer.

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