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Conjugaison du verbe irrégulier (passé):

mean

La traduction: signifier, vouloir dire, penser, avoir l'attention, vouloir faire, dénoter

Infinitif

mean

[miːn]

Passé

meant

[ment]

Participe passé

meant

[ment]

Conjugaison d'un verbe irrégulier [mean]

Présent
(Present)

I
mean 
you
mean 
he/she/it
means 
we
mean 
you
mean 
they
mean 

Présent continu
(Present Continuous)

I
am meaning 
you
are meaning 
he/she/it
is meaning 
we
are meaning 
you
are meaning 
they
are meaning 

Passé
(Simple past)

I
meant 
you
meant 
he/she/it
meant 
we
meant 
you
meant 
they
meant 

Passé antérieur
(Past Continuous)

I
was meaning 
you
were meaning 
he/she/it
was meaning 
we
were meaning 
you
were meaning 
they
were meaning 

Présent parfait
(Present perfect)

I
have meant 
you
have meant 
he/she/it
has meant 
we
have meant 
you
have meant 
they
have meant 

Continu Présent
(Present perfect continuous)

I
have been meaning 
you
have been meaning 
he/she/it
has been meaning 
we
have been meaning 
you
have been meaning 
they
have been meaning 

Imparfait
(Past perfect)

I
had meant 
you
had meant 
he/she/it
had meant 
we
had meant 
you
had meant 
they
had meant 

Plus-que-parfait
(Past perfect continuous)

I
had been meaning 
you
had been meaning 
he/she/it
had been meaning 
we
had been meaning 
you
had been meaning 
they
had been meaning 

Futur simple
(Future)

I
will mean 
you
will mean 
he/she/it
will mean 
we
will mean 
you
will mean 
they
will mean 

Futur
(Future continuous)

I
will be meaning 
you
will be meaning 
he/she/it
will be meaning 
we
will be meaning 
you
will be meaning 
they
will be meaning 

Futur antérieur
(Future perfect)

I
will have meant 
you
will have meant 
he/she/it
will have meant 
we
will have meant 
you
will have meant 
they
will have meant 

Futur antérieur continu
(Future perfect continuous)

I
will have been meaning 
you
will have been meaning 
he/she/it
will have been meaning 
we
will have been meaning 
you
will have been meaning 
they
will have been meaning 

Conditionnel
(Conditional)
d'un verbe irrégulier [mean]

Conditionnel présent
(Conditional present)

I
would mean 
you
would mean 
he/she/it
would mean 
we
would mean 
you
would mean 
they
would mean 

Conditionnel présent continu
(Conditional present progressive)

I
would be meaning 
you
would be meaning 
he/she/it
would be meaning 
we
would be meaning 
you
would be meaning 
they
would be meaning 

Conditionnel Passé
(Conditional perfect)

I
would have meant 
you
would have meant 
he/she/it
would have meant 
we
would have meant 
you
would have meant 
they
would have meant 

Conditionnel Passé continu
(Conditional perfect progressive)

I
would have been meaning 
you
would have been meaning 
he/she/it
would have been meaning 
we
would have been meaning 
you
would have been meaning 
they
would have been meaning 

Subjonctif
(Subjunktiv)
d'un verbe irrégulier [mean]

Subjonctif présent
(Present subjunctive )

I
mean 
you
mean 
he/she/it
mean 
we
mean 
you
mean 
they
mean 

Subjonctif passé
(Past subjunctive )

I
meant 
you
meant 
he/she/it
meant 
we
meant 
you
meant 
they
meant 

Subjonctif présent parfaite
(Past perfect subjunctive )

I
had meant 
you
had meant 
he/she/it
had meant 
we
had meant 
you
had meant 
they
had meant 

Impératif
(Imperativ)
d'un verbe irrégulier [mean]

Impératif
(Imperativ)

I
mean 
you
Let´s mean 
he/she/it
mean 
we
 
you
 
they
 

Participle
(Participle)
d'un verbe irrégulier [mean]

Participe présent
(Present participle)

I
meaning 
you
 
he/she/it
 
we
 
you
 
they
 

Participe passé
(Past participle)

I
meant 
you
 
he/she/it
 
we
 
you
 
they
 










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