English Verb Conjugator

Verb conjugation

To mean

Verbe irrégulier
mean, meant, meant
Indicative
Present (simple)
  • I mean
  • you mean
  • he means
  • we mean
  • you mean
  • they mean
Present progressive/continuous
  • I am meaning
  • you are meaning
  • he is meaning
  • we are meaning
  • you are meaning
  • they are meaning
Past (simple)
  • I meant
  • you meant
  • he meant
  • we meant
  • you meant
  • they meant
Past progressive/continuous
  • I was meaning
  • you were meaning
  • he was meaning
  • we were meaning
  • you were meaning
  • they were meaning
Present perfect (simple)
  • I have meant
  • you have meant
  • he has meant
  • we have meant
  • you have meant
  • they have meant
Present perfect progressive/continuous
  • I have been meaning
  • you have been meaning
  • he has been meaning
  • we have been meaning
  • you have been meaning
  • they have been meaning
Past perfect
  • I had meant
  • you had meant
  • he had meant
  • we had meant
  • you had meant
  • they had meant
Past perfect progressive/continuous
  • I had been meaning
  • you had been meaning
  • he had been meaning
  • we had been meaning
  • you had been meaning
  • they had been meaning
Future
  • I will mean
  • you will mean
  • he will mean
  • we will mean
  • you will mean
  • they will mean
Future progressive/continuous
  • I will be meaning
  • you will be meaning
  • he will be meaning
  • we will be meaning
  • you will be meaning
  • they will be meaning
Future perfect
  • I will have meant
  • you will have meant
  • he will have meant
  • we will have meant
  • you will have meant
  • they will have meant
Future perfect continuous
  • I will have been meaning
  • you will have been meaning
  • he will have been meaning
  • we will have been meaning
  • you will have been meaning
  • they will have been meaning
Conditional
Simple
  • I would mean
  • you would mean
  • he would mean
  • we would mean
  • you would mean
  • they would mean
Progressive
  • I would be meaning
  • you would be meaning
  • he would be meaning
  • we would be meaning
  • you would be meaning
  • they would be meaning
Perfect
  • I would have meant
  • you would have meant
  • he would have meant
  • we would have meant
  • you would have meant
  • they would have meant
Perfect progressive
  • I would have been meaning
  • you would have been meaning
  • he would have been meaning
  • we would have been meaning
  • you would have been meaning
  • they would have been meaning
Infinitive
Infinitive
  • to mean
Imperative
Imperative
  • mean
  • Let's mean

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