Trinquer – to clink glasses, drink to; to be damaged; (inf) to take the rap

French Verb Conjugations

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
voustrinqueztrinquieztrinquereztrinquerieztrinquiez trinquassiez
 PassĂ© composĂ©Past perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
j’ai trinquĂ©avais trinquĂ©aurai trinquĂ©aurais trinquĂ©aie trinquĂ©eusse trinquĂ©
tuas trinquéavais trinquéauras trinquéaurais trinquéaies trinquéeusses trinqué
ila trinquéavait trinquéaura trinquéaurait trinquéait trinquéeût trinqué
nousavons trinquéavions trinquéaurons trinquéaurions trinquéayons trinquéeussions trinqué
vousavez trinquéaviez trinquéaurez trinquéauriez trinquéayez trinquéeussiez trinqué
ilsont trinquéavaient trinquéauront trinquéauraient trinquéaient trinquéeussent trinqué
 PassĂ© simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
je / j’trinquaieus trinquĂ© (tu)trinque Presenttrinquant
tutrinquaseus trinquĂ© (nous)trinquons PasttrinquĂ©
iltrinquaeut trinquĂ© (vous)trinquez Perfectayant trinquĂ©
noustrinquâmeseĂ»mes trinquĂ© Past imperative  
voustrinquâteseĂ»tes trinquĂ© (tu)aie trinquĂ©Past infinitive
ilstrinquèrenteurent trinquĂ© (nous)ayons trinquĂ© avoir trinquĂ©
    (vous)ayez trinquĂ©  

  Trinquer is a regular -er verb.

Video: Trinquer in action

Expression: À la vôtre !

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