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English : allow

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Nominal Forms

Infinitive: to allow
Participle: allowed
Gerund: allowing

Indicative

Present
I    allow
you  allow
he   allows
we   allow
you  allow
they allow

Perfect
I    have allowed
you  have allowed
he   has allowed
we   have allowed
you  have allowed
they have allowed


Past

I    allowed
you  allowed
he   allowed
we   allowed
you  allowed
they allowed


Pluperfect

I    had allowed
you  had allowed
he   had allowed
we   had allowed
you  had allowed
they had allowed


Future

I    will allow
you  will allow
he   will allow
we   will allow
you  will allow
they will allow


Future perfect

I    will have allowed
you  will have allowed
he   will have allowed
we   will have allowed
you  will have allowed
they will have allowed

Subjunctive

Present
I    allow
you  allow
he   allow
we   allow
you  allow
they allow

Present
I    have allowed
you  have allowed
he   have allowed
we   have allowed
you  have allowed
they have allowed


Imperfect

I    allowed
you  allowed
he   allowed
we   allowed
you  allowed
they allowed


Pluperfect

I    had allowed
you  had allowed
he   had allowed
we   had allowed
you  had allowed
they had allowed

Conditional


Present

I    would allow
you  would allow
he   would allow
we   would allow
you  would allow
they would allow

 


Perfect

I    would have allowed
you  would have allowed
he   would have allowed
we   would have allowed
you  would have allowed
they would have allowed

Imperative


you  allow

we   Let´s allow
you  allow

Progressive (Continuous) Forms

Indicative

Present
I    am allowing
you  are allowing
he   is allowing
we   are allowing
you  are allowing
they are allowing

Perfect
I    have been allowing
you  have been allowing
he   has been allowing
we   have been allowing
you  have been allowing
they have been allowing


Past

I    was allowing
you  were allowing
he   was allowing
we   were allowing
you  were allowing
they were allowing


Pluperfect

I    had been allowing
you  had been allowing
he   had been allowing
we   had been allowing
you  had been allowing
they had been allowing


Future

I    will be allowing
you  will be allowing
he   will be allowing
we   will be allowing
you  will be allowing
they will be allowing


Future perfect

I    will have been allowing
you  will have been allowing
he   will have been allowing
we   will have been allowing
you  will have been allowing
they will have been allowing

Conditional

Present
I    would be allowing
you  would be allowing
he   would be allowing
we   would be allowing
you  would be allowing
they would be allowing

Perfect
I    would have been allowing
you  would have been allowing
he   would have been allowing
we   would have been allowing
you  would have been allowing
they would have been allowing

allow

Al*low", v. t.
  • OE. alouen, OF. aloueraloeraluer, F. allouer, fr. LL. allocare to admit as proved, to place, use; confused with OF. aloer, fr. L. allaudare to extol; ad + laudare to praise. See Local, and cf. AllocateLaud
  1. To praise; to approve of; hence, to sanction.Obs. or ArchaicYe allow the deeds of your fathers.We commend his pains, condemn his pride, allow his life, approve his learning.
  2. To like; to be suited or pleased with.ObsHow allow you the model of these clothes?
  3. To sanction; to invest; to intrust.ObsThou shalt be . . . allowed with absolute power.
  4. To grant, give, admit, accord, afford, or yield; to let one have; as, to allow a servant his liberty; to allow a free passage; to allow one day for rest.He was allowed about three hundred pounds a year.
  5. To own or acknowledge; to accept as true; to concede; to accede to an opinion; as, to allow a right; to allow a claim; to allow the truth of a proposition.I allow, with Mrs. Grundy and most moralists, that Miss Newcome's conduct . . . was highly reprehensible.
  6. To grant (something) as a deduction or an addition; esp. to abate or deduct; as, to allow a sum for leakage.
  7. To grant license to; to permit; to consent to; as, to allow a son to be absent.To allot; assign; bestow; concede; admit; permit; suffer; tolerate. See Permit.
Al*low", v. i.
  • To admit; to concede; to make allowance or abatement.