English: put

English verb 'put' conjugated in all tenses

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Nominal Forms

Infinitive: to put
Participle: put
Gerund: putting

Indicative

Present

Iput
youput
he;she;itputs
weput
youput
theyput

Perfect

Ihave put
youhave put
he;she;ithas put
wehave put
youhave put
theyhave put

Past

Iput
youput
he;she;itput
weput
youput
theyput

Pluperfect

Ihad put
youhad put
he;she;ithad put
wehad put
youhad put
theyhad put

Future

Iwill put
youwill put
he;she;itwill put
wewill put
youwill put
theywill put

Future perfect

Iwill have put
youwill have put
he;she;itwill have put
wewill have put
youwill have put
theywill have put

Subjunctive

Present

Iput
youput
he;she;itput
weput
youput
theyput

Perfect

Ihave put
youhave put
he;she;ithave put
wehave put
youhave put
theyhave put

Imperfect

Iput
youput
he;she;itput
weput
youput
theyput

Pluperfect

Ihad put
youhad put
he;she;ithad put
wehad put
youhad put
theyhad put

Conditional

Present

Iwould put
youwould put
he;she;itwould put
wewould put
youwould put
theywould put

Perfect

Iwould have put
youwould have put
he;she;itwould have put
wewould have put
youwould have put
theywould have put

Imperative

youput
weLet's put
youput

Progressive (Continuous) Forms

Indicative

Present

Iam putting
youare putting
he;she;itis putting
weare putting
youare putting
theyare putting

Perfect

Ihave been putting
youhave been putting
he;she;ithas been putting
wehave been putting
youhave been putting
theyhave been putting

Past

Iwas putting
youwere putting
he;she;itwas putting
wewere putting
youwere putting
theywere putting

Pluperfect

Ihad been putting
youhad been putting
he;she;ithad been putting
wehad been putting
youhad been putting
theyhad been putting

Future

Iwill be putting
youwill be putting
he;she;itwill be putting
wewill be putting
youwill be putting
theywill be putting

Future perfect

Iwill have been putting
youwill have been putting
he;she;itwill have been putting
wewill have been putting
youwill have been putting
theywill have been putting

Conditional

Present

Iwould be putting
youwould be putting
he;she;itwould be putting
wewould be putting
youwould be putting
theywould be putting

Perfect

Iwould have been putting
youwould have been putting
he;she;itwould have been putting
wewould have been putting
youwould have been putting
theywould have been putting

Additional Information

Etymology

late O.E. putung "instigation, urging," lit. "putting;" also pytan "put out, thrust out" (of eyes), probably from Gmc. stem that also produced Dan. putte "to put," Swed. dial. putta. Meaning "act of casting a heavy stone overhead" (as a trial of strength) is attested from c.1300. Adj. phrase put out "angry, upset" is first recorded 1887; to put out, of a woman, "to offer oneself for sex" is from 1947. Verb phrase put down "snub" is from c.1400; put-down (n.) first recorded 1962. To put up with "tolerate, accept" (1755) was originally to put up, as in "to pocket." To put (someone) on "deceive" is from 1958; put-on "deception" is from 1937; from an earlier adj. meaning "assumed, feigned" (1621), a fig. extension of the notion of putting on costumes or disguises.