English: speed

English verb 'speed' conjugated in all tenses

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Nominal Forms

Infinitive: to speed
Participle: sped; speeded
Gerund: speeding

Indicative

Present

Ispeed
youspeed
he;she;itspeeds
wespeed
youspeed
theyspeed

Perfect

Ihave sped; speeded
youhave sped; speeded
he;she;ithas sped; speeded
wehave sped; speeded
youhave sped; speeded
theyhave sped; speeded

Past

Isped; speeded
yousped; speeded
he;she;itsped; speeded
wesped; speeded
yousped; speeded
theysped; speeded

Pluperfect

Ihad sped; speeded
youhad sped; speeded
he;she;ithad sped; speeded
wehad sped; speeded
youhad sped; speeded
theyhad sped; speeded

Future

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

Future perfect

Iwill have sped; speeded
youwill have sped; speeded
he;she;itwill have sped; speeded
wewill have sped; speeded
youwill have sped; speeded
theywill have sped; speeded

Subjunctive

Present

Ispeed
youspeed
he;she;itspeed
wespeed
youspeed
theyspeed

Perfect

Ihave sped; speeded
youhave sped; speeded
he;she;ithave sped; speeded
wehave sped; speeded
youhave sped; speeded
theyhave sped; speeded

Imperfect

Isped; speeded
yousped; speeded
he;she;itsped; speeded
wesped; speeded
yousped; speeded
theysped; speeded

Pluperfect

Ihad sped; speeded
youhad sped; speeded
he;she;ithad sped; speeded
wehad sped; speeded
youhad sped; speeded
theyhad sped; speeded

Conditional

Present

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

Perfect

Iwould have sped; speeded
youwould have sped; speeded
he;she;itwould have sped; speeded
wewould have sped; speeded
youwould have sped; speeded
theywould have sped; speeded

Imperative

youspeed
weLet's speed
youspeed

Progressive (Continuous) Forms

Indicative

Present

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

Perfect

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

Past

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

Pluperfect

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

Future

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

Future perfect

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

Conditional

Present

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

Perfect

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

Verbs conjugated like speed

speed,

Additional Information

Phrasal Verbs

Etymology

O.E. sped "success, prosperity, advancement," from P.Gmc. *spodiz (cf. O.S. spod "success," Du. spoed "haste, speed," O.H.G. spuot "success," O.S. spodian "to cause to succeed," M.Du. spoeden, O.H.G. spuoten "to haste"), from PIE *spo-ti- "speed," from *spe- "to thrive, prosper" (cf. Skt. sphayate "increases," L. sperare "to hope," O.C.S. spechu "endeavor," Lith. speju "to have leisure"). Meaning "quickness of motion or progress" emerged in late O.E. (usually adverbially, in dative plural, e.g. spedum feran), emerging fully in early M.E. Meaning "gear of a machine" is attested from 1866. Meaning "methamphetamine, or a related drug," first attested 1967, from its effect on users. Speeder "one who drives fast" is recorded from 1891. Speedometer is from 1904, a hybrid coined with Gk. -metron; speed bump is 1975; figurative sense is 1990s. Full speed is recorded from 1382. Speed reading first attested 1965. Speedball "mix of cocaine and morphine or heroin" is recorded from 1909.