Larguer – to release, loose, let out, jettison; (informal) to get rid of, ditch, dump

French Verb Conjugations

  PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
je largue larguais larguerai larguerais largue larguasse
tu largues larguais largueras larguerais largues larguasses
il largue larguait larguera larguerait largue larguât
nous larguons larguions larguerons larguerions larguions larguassions
vous larguez larguiez larguerez largueriez larguiez larguassiez
ils larguent larguaient largueront largueraient larguent larguassent
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai largué avais largué aurai largué aurais largué aie largué eusse largué
tu as largué avais largué auras largué aurais largué aies largué eusses largué
il a largué avait largué aura largué aurait largué ait largué eût largué
nous avons largué avions largué aurons largué aurions largué ayons largué eussions largué
vous avez largué aviez largué aurez largué auriez largué ayez largué eussiez largué
ils ont largué avaient largué auront largué auraient largué aient largué eussent largué
  Passé simplePast anterior Imperative Participles  
je / j’ larguai eus largué   (tu) largue   Present larguant
tu larguas eus largué   (nous) larguons   Past largué
il largua eut largué   (vous) larguez   Perfect ayant largué
nous larguâmes eûmes largué   Past imperative    
vous larguâtes eûtes largué   (tu) aie largué Past infinitive
ils larguèrent eurent largué   (nous) ayons largué   avoir largué
        (vous) ayez largué    

  Larguer is a regular -er verb.

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