Barricade conjugation

English
40 examples
This verb can also mean the following: keep, close, block a road, keep someone in

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
barricade
barricade
barricades
barricade
barricade
barricade
Future Simple
will barricade
will barricade
will barricade
will barricade
will barricade
will barricade
Past Simple
barricaded
barricaded
barricaded
barricaded
barricaded
barricaded
Conditional Simple
would barricade
would barricade
would barricade
would barricade
would barricade
would barricade
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am barricading
are barricading
is barricading
are barricading
are barricading
are barricading
Future Progressive
will be barricading
will be barricading
will be barricading
will be barricading
will be barricading
will be barricading
Past Progressive
was barricading
were barricading
was barricading
were barricading
were barricading
were barricading
Conditional Progressive
would be barricading
would be barricading
would be barricading
would be barricading
would be barricading
would be barricading
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have barricaded
have barricaded
has barricaded
have barricaded
have barricaded
have barricaded
Future Perfect
will have barricaded
will have barricaded
will have barricaded
will have barricaded
will have barricaded
will have barricaded
Past Perfect
had barricaded
had barricaded
had barricaded
had barricaded
had barricaded
had barricaded
Conditional Perfect
would have barricaded
would have barricaded
would have barricaded
would have barricaded
would have barricaded
would have barricaded
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been barricading
have been barricading
has been barricading
have been barricading
have been barricading
have been barricading
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been barricading
will have been barricading
will have been barricading
will have been barricading
will have been barricading
will have been barricading
Past Perfect Progressive
had been barricading
had been barricading
had been barricading
had been barricading
had been barricading
had been barricading
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been barricading
would have been barricading
would have been barricading
would have been barricading
would have been barricading
would have been barricading

Examples of barricade

Example in English
And now Napoleaon is barricade at Malmaison." "And want to fight to the death." "At the gates of Paris."
I have a rendezvous with Death "At some disputed barricade
Guerrero) Let's barricade the door.
KELLY) Before the news went off, it said to barricade your doors.
Sabina) We'll barricade the door.
And now Napoleaon is barricade at Malmaison." "And want to fight to the death." "At the gates of Paris."
I have a rendezvous with Death "At some disputed barricade
Guerrero) Let's barricade the door.
KELLY) Before the news went off, it said to barricade your doors.
Sabina) We'll barricade the door.
Forget the barricades."
Hey, you wanna get back behind the barricades?
On September 17th, we want to see 20,000 flood "into Lower Manhattan, set up tents, kitchens, "peaceful barricades and occupy Wall Street."
There are barricades, people are throwing stones. I request backup!"
supplying to parasite classes with grotesque diversions "like opera-singing cuckoo clocks, "when you should be out there manning the barricades,
Forget the barricades."
Hey, you wanna get back behind the barricades?
On September 17th, we want to see 20,000 flood "into Lower Manhattan, set up tents, kitchens, "peaceful barricades and occupy Wall Street."
There are barricades, people are throwing stones. I request backup!"
supplying to parasite classes with grotesque diversions "like opera-singing cuckoo clocks, "when you should be out there manning the barricades,
A man has barricaded himself inside of his house, however, he is not armed and no one is paying any attention to him."
Night-time guards were posted behind gates barricaded with twigs and leaves. "
'Ensure all residences are secure 'with all doors and windows firmly locked and barricaded.
Radio static) (Man) Southwest door barricaded shut. Looks like some kind of pressure switch, pipe bomb.
He's barricaded himself in.
NARRATOR: ...barricading Carnegie Steel's flagship plant, and when Frick decides to take it back by force...
The suspect was witnessed brandishing a firearm at several locations prior to barricading himself in the car dealership behind me.
A.k.a. The guy who's still not convinced he shouldn't press charges against you for barricading yourself in one of our rooms.
As if it was barricading the door.
Authorities are barricading access into the three impact zones:
A man has barricaded himself inside of his house, however, he is not armed and no one is paying any attention to him."
Night-time guards were posted behind gates barricaded with twigs and leaves. "
'Ensure all residences are secure 'with all doors and windows firmly locked and barricaded.
Radio static) (Man) Southwest door barricaded shut. Looks like some kind of pressure switch, pipe bomb.
He's barricaded himself in.
NARRATOR: ...barricading Carnegie Steel's flagship plant, and when Frick decides to take it back by force...
The suspect was witnessed brandishing a firearm at several locations prior to barricading himself in the car dealership behind me.
A.k.a. The guy who's still not convinced he shouldn't press charges against you for barricading yourself in one of our rooms.
As if it was barricading the door.
Authorities are barricading access into the three impact zones:

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