Abolish conjugation

English
40 examples
This verb can also mean the following: put, custom, wipe out, put an end to, end a law, destroy, end, practice

Conjugation of eiti

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Present Simple
abolish
abolish
abolishes
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Future Simple
will abolish
will abolish
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Past Simple
abolished
abolished
abolished
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Conditional Simple
would abolish
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Present Progressive
am abolishing
are abolishing
is abolishing
are abolishing
are abolishing
are abolishing
Future Progressive
will be abolishing
will be abolishing
will be abolishing
will be abolishing
will be abolishing
will be abolishing
Past Progressive
was abolishing
were abolishing
was abolishing
were abolishing
were abolishing
were abolishing
Conditional Progressive
would be abolishing
would be abolishing
would be abolishing
would be abolishing
would be abolishing
would be abolishing
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Present Perfect
have abolished
have abolished
has abolished
have abolished
have abolished
have abolished
Future Perfect
will have abolished
will have abolished
will have abolished
will have abolished
will have abolished
will have abolished
Past Perfect
had abolished
had abolished
had abolished
had abolished
had abolished
had abolished
Conditional Perfect
would have abolished
would have abolished
would have abolished
would have abolished
would have abolished
would have abolished
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Present Perfect Progressive
have been abolishing
have been abolishing
has been abolishing
have been abolishing
have been abolishing
have been abolishing
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been abolishing
will have been abolishing
will have been abolishing
will have been abolishing
will have been abolishing
will have been abolishing
Past Perfect Progressive
had been abolishing
had been abolishing
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had been abolishing
had been abolishing
had been abolishing
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been abolishing
would have been abolishing
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Examples of abolish

Example in English
Today, 1 5 Districts were represented at a meeting" " ""of the Central Committee, which voted" " ""to abolish the War Office and leave the Committee alone"
life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness and to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed that whenever any form of government becomes destructive to these ends it is the right of the people to alter or abolish it."
As riotous images from the young Royals' wild weekend go global, palace informants say King Simon is close to calling for a referendum to abolish the Monarchy."
Decriminalize To abolish the imposition of criminal penalties in relation to certain acts and behaviors"
Furthermore, we've got to abolish the pardoning power"—
Today, 1 5 Districts were represented at a meeting" " ""of the Central Committee, which voted" " ""to abolish the War Office and leave the Committee alone"
life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness and to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed that whenever any form of government becomes destructive to these ends it is the right of the people to alter or abolish it."
As riotous images from the young Royals' wild weekend go global, palace informants say King Simon is close to calling for a referendum to abolish the Monarchy."
Decriminalize To abolish the imposition of criminal penalties in relation to certain acts and behaviors"
Furthermore, we've got to abolish the pardoning power"—
Murder is unique in that it abolishes the party it injures.
A perfect office is an office that abolishes time-wasting.
Although this abolishes trial for witchcraft in this colony, it in no way atones for the past.
But you'll carry on until some minister abolishes the quota!
Dionysus is the Greek name for ecstasy, for intoxication... state that destroys, cuts into pieces... abolishes the finite and the individual.
Murder is unique in that it abolishes the party it injures.
A perfect office is an office that abolishes time-wasting.
Although this abolishes trial for witchcraft in this colony, it in no way atones for the past.
But you'll carry on until some minister abolishes the quota!
Dionysus is the Greek name for ecstasy, for intoxication... state that destroys, cuts into pieces... abolishes the finite and the individual.
All vestiges of the feudal system with its oppression of the poor were abolished. "
Property is abolished.
law and order were finally abolished...
'In May, Major General Ironsi abolished the regions by decree.
Mr. Clayton) The public welfare system should be abolished.
... than to right themselves... by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. "
We're abolishing red tape.
...and abolishing the Department of Education.
..and so we go back, inevitably, to the main story of the day, the government's heavy defeat in the House of Lords last night when its flagship policy of abolishing trial by jury.
Albert grant spoke about abolishing you too.
All vestiges of the feudal system with its oppression of the poor were abolished. "
Property is abolished.
law and order were finally abolished...
'In May, Major General Ironsi abolished the regions by decree.
Mr. Clayton) The public welfare system should be abolished.
... than to right themselves... by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. "
We're abolishing red tape.
...and abolishing the Department of Education.
..and so we go back, inevitably, to the main story of the day, the government's heavy defeat in the House of Lords last night when its flagship policy of abolishing trial by jury.
Albert grant spoke about abolishing you too.

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