Narguer – to flout; to deride, scoff at

French Verb Conjugations

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
vousnargueznarguieznarguereznarguerieznarguiez narguassiez
 PassĂ© composĂ©Past perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
j’ai narguĂ©avais narguĂ©aurai narguĂ©aurais narguĂ©aie narguĂ©eusse narguĂ©
tuas narguéavais narguéauras narguéaurais narguéaies narguéeusses nargué
ila narguéavait narguéaura narguéaurait narguéait narguéeût nargué
nousavons narguéavions narguéaurons narguéaurions narguéayons narguéeussions nargué
vousavez narguéaviez narguéaurez narguéauriez narguéayez narguéeussiez nargué
ilsont narguéavaient narguéauront narguéauraient narguéaient narguéeussent nargué
 PassĂ© simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
je / j’narguaieus narguĂ© (tu)nargue Presentnarguant
tunarguaseus narguĂ© (nous)narguons PastnarguĂ©
ilnarguaeut narguĂ© (vous)narguez Perfectayant narguĂ©
nousnarguâmeseĂ»mes narguĂ© Past imperative  
vousnarguâteseĂ»tes narguĂ© (tu)aie narguĂ©Past infinitive
ilsnarguèrenteurent narguĂ© (nous)ayons narguĂ© avoir narguĂ©
    (vous)ayez narguĂ©  

  Narguer is a regular -er verb.

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