Barge conjugation

English
40 examples
This verb can also mean the following: intrude, push, break through, push someone

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
barge
barge
barges
barge
barge
barge
Future Simple
will barge
will barge
will barge
will barge
will barge
will barge
Past Simple
barged
barged
barged
barged
barged
barged
Conditional Simple
would barge
would barge
would barge
would barge
would barge
would barge
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am barging
are barging
is barging
are barging
are barging
are barging
Future Progressive
will be barging
will be barging
will be barging
will be barging
will be barging
will be barging
Past Progressive
was barging
were barging
was barging
were barging
were barging
were barging
Conditional Progressive
would be barging
would be barging
would be barging
would be barging
would be barging
would be barging
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have barged
have barged
has barged
have barged
have barged
have barged
Future Perfect
will have barged
will have barged
will have barged
will have barged
will have barged
will have barged
Past Perfect
had barged
had barged
had barged
had barged
had barged
had barged
Conditional Perfect
would have barged
would have barged
would have barged
would have barged
would have barged
would have barged
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been barging
have been barging
has been barging
have been barging
have been barging
have been barging
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been barging
will have been barging
will have been barging
will have been barging
will have been barging
will have been barging
Past Perfect Progressive
had been barging
had been barging
had been barging
had been barging
had been barging
had been barging
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been barging
would have been barging
would have been barging
would have been barging
would have been barging
would have been barging

Examples of barge

Example in English
... I want to tell her that she means more to me than the barge.
1960 to '65, "toted dat barge, lifted dat bale."
1960 to '65, toted dat barge, lifted dat bale."
A badly anchored barge "Or the Samartaine metro stop
Better to put your head down and just barge in."
... I want to tell her that she means more to me than the barge.
1960 to '65, "toted dat barge, lifted dat bale."
1960 to '65, toted dat barge, lifted dat bale."
A badly anchored barge "Or the Samartaine metro stop
Better to put your head down and just barge in."
Do you hear the beauty, the cooing?" says a lord of the barges, a summer visitor on the Rapee quay.
We've pulled some barges in our day
'By the margin willow-veiled 'Slide the heavy barges trailed by slow horses, and unhailed 'The shallop flitteth, silken-sailed
No airports no hotel rooms no dockyards, no barges, no pharmacies , - no animal-testing labs .
The channel with the barges.
Do you hear the beauty, the cooing?" says a lord of the barges, a summer visitor on the Rapee quay.
We've pulled some barges in our day
'By the margin willow-veiled 'Slide the heavy barges trailed by slow horses, and unhailed 'The shallop flitteth, silken-sailed
No airports no hotel rooms no dockyards, no barges, no pharmacies , - no animal-testing labs .
The channel with the barges.
They just sort of barged in, sir... Uh-huh.
Luckily Mr Nekchand barged in.
'We barged inside the wrong house..'
And barged into my bathroom.
And what did you do - when he barged through your door?
You come barging in, interrupting my love for my numbers!"
'Course I coulda come barging' in here with all sorts of remarks... like, uh... couple of rumours I just heard about you.
'I couldn't just go barging in at midnight.'
A guy came barging in...
Always barging in...
They just sort of barged in, sir... Uh-huh.
Luckily Mr Nekchand barged in.
'We barged inside the wrong house..'
And barged into my bathroom.
And what did you do - when he barged through your door?
You come barging in, interrupting my love for my numbers!"
'Course I coulda come barging' in here with all sorts of remarks... like, uh... couple of rumours I just heard about you.
'I couldn't just go barging in at midnight.'
A guy came barging in...
Always barging in...

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