Sucer – to suck; (familiar) to tipple, booze, guzzle

French Verb Conjugations

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
voussucezsuciezsucerezsuceriezsuciez suçassiez
 PassĂ© composĂ©Past perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
j’ai sucĂ©avais sucĂ©aurai sucĂ©aurais sucĂ©aie sucĂ©eusse sucĂ©
tuas sucéavais sucéauras sucéaurais sucéaies sucéeusses sucé
ila sucéavait sucéaura sucéaurait sucéait sucéeût sucé
nousavons sucéavions sucéaurons sucéaurions sucéayons sucéeussions sucé
vousavez sucéaviez sucéaurez sucéauriez sucéayez sucéeussiez sucé
ilsont sucéavaient sucéauront sucéauraient sucéaient sucéeussent sucé
 PassĂ© simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
je / j’suçaieus sucĂ© (tu)suce Presentsuçant
tusuçaseus sucĂ© (nous)suçons PastsucĂ©
ilsuçaeut sucĂ© (vous)sucez Perfectayant sucĂ©
noussuçâmeseĂ»mes sucĂ© Past imperative  
voussuçâteseĂ»tes sucĂ© (tu)aie sucĂ©Past infinitive
ilssucèrenteurent sucĂ© (nous)ayons sucĂ© avoir sucĂ©
    (vous)ayez sucĂ©  

  Sucer is a spelling change verb (c to ç).

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