Trancher – to cut, slit; to settle, resolve; to stand out, contrast; (formal) to conclude, bring to a close

French Verb Conjugations

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
voustrancheztranchieztranchereztrancherieztranchiez tranchassiez
 Passé composéPast perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
j’ai tranchéavais tranchéaurai tranchéaurais tranchéaie tranchéeusse tranché
tuas tranchéavais tranchéauras tranchéaurais tranchéaies tranchéeusses tranché
ila tranchéavait tranchéaura tranchéaurait tranchéait tranchéeût tranché
nousavons tranchéavions tranchéaurons tranchéaurions tranchéayons tranchéeussions tranché
vousavez tranchéaviez tranchéaurez tranchéauriez tranchéayez tranchéeussiez tranché
ilsont tranchéavaient tranchéauront tranchéauraient tranchéaient tranchéeussent tranché
 Passé simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
je / j’tranchaieus tranché (tu)tranche Presenttranchant
tutranchaseus tranché (nous)tranchons Pasttranché
iltranchaeut tranché (vous)tranchez Perfectayant tranché
noustranchâmeseûmes tranché Past imperative  
voustranchâteseûtes tranché (tu)aie tranchéPast infinitive
ilstranchèrenteurent tranché (nous)ayons tranché avoir tranché
    (vous)ayez tranché  

  Trancher is a regular -er verb.

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