Blow over conjugation

English
50 examples
This verb can also mean the following: be, pass, be knocked down by wind, pass naturally, blow on something causing it, blow, calm down, go away, settle

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
blow over
blow over
blows over
blow over
blow over
blow over
Future Simple
will blow over
will blow over
will blow over
will blow over
will blow over
will blow over
Past Simple
blew over
blew over
blew over
blew over
blew over
blew over
Conditional Simple
would blow over
would blow over
would blow over
would blow over
would blow over
would blow over
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am blowing over
are blowing over
is blowing over
are blowing over
are blowing over
are blowing over
Future Progressive
will be blowing over
will be blowing over
will be blowing over
will be blowing over
will be blowing over
will be blowing over
Past Progressive
was blowing over
were blowing over
was blowing over
were blowing over
were blowing over
were blowing over
Conditional Progressive
would be blowing over
would be blowing over
would be blowing over
would be blowing over
would be blowing over
would be blowing over
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have blown over
have blown over
has blown over
have blown over
have blown over
have blown over
Future Perfect
will have blown over
will have blown over
will have blown over
will have blown over
will have blown over
will have blown over
Past Perfect
had blown over
had blown over
had blown over
had blown over
had blown over
had blown over
Conditional Perfect
would have blown over
would have blown over
would have blown over
would have blown over
would have blown over
would have blown over
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been blowing over
have been blowing over
has been blowing over
have been blowing over
have been blowing over
have been blowing over
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been blowing over
will have been blowing over
will have been blowing over
will have been blowing over
will have been blowing over
will have been blowing over
Past Perfect Progressive
had been blowing over
had been blowing over
had been blowing over
had been blowing over
had been blowing over
had been blowing over
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been blowing over
would have been blowing over
would have been blowing over
would have been blowing over
would have been blowing over
would have been blowing over

Examples of blow over

Example in English
Do not demolish"... and hope it don't blow over, I guess.
Give us a few weeks, when things... "...will either blow over and you'll come back again... "...or we'll come join you."
Hopefully all this will blow over soon, and I can get back home."
maybe she won't find out. It'll all blow over.
' I hoped it would blow over.
Do not demolish"... and hope it don't blow over, I guess.
Give us a few weeks, when things... "...will either blow over and you'll come back again... "...or we'll come join you."
Hopefully all this will blow over soon, and I can get back home."
maybe she won't find out. It'll all blow over.
' I hoped it would blow over.
...until this blows over is worse than death.
gigi) nothing ever blows over with carlene.
CTU is preventing that from happening, including getting this agent out of sight until it blows over.
I'll be in Mexico till this thing blows over. - [Spectators Gasping]
Just till it all blows over.
...until this blows over is worse than death.
gigi) nothing ever blows over with carlene.
CTU is preventing that from happening, including getting this agent out of sight until it blows over.
I'll be in Mexico till this thing blows over. - [Spectators Gasping]
Just till it all blows over.
'Small naked winds blew over our faces, 'dandelion seeds floated by, 'burnt sap and roast nettles tingled our nostrils 'together with the dull rust smell of dry ground.'
I'd just have to hope it blew over by tonight. I love you!
I'm sure it all blew over.
A gust of Spring blew over me.
And after everything blew over, the guy gave it all back to him.
'Small naked winds blew over our faces, 'dandelion seeds floated by, 'burnt sap and roast nettles tingled our nostrils 'together with the dull rust smell of dry ground.'
I'd just have to hope it blew over by tonight. I love you!
I'm sure it all blew over.
A gust of Spring blew over me.
And after everything blew over, the guy gave it all back to him.
A cool breeze is blowing over the fields...
But she wasn't right about it all blowing over.
Does this look like it's blowing over ?
Episode 6: "Road of Hope." What will the wind blowing over the hill at sunset bring the boy?
Guy, your radiator's blowing over.
20 years? At least until it's all blown over, and you can return as a rich stranger... with a colonial accent.
And I'll come out to you, as soon as all of this has blown over.
And then i won't talk to her until this whole cynthia thing's blown over.
And then it was regarded as a bit of a fad which had blown over, but actually it just evolved into downtempo stuff.
But he said it'd blown over.
A cool breeze is blowing over the fields...
But she wasn't right about it all blowing over.
Does this look like it's blowing over ?
Episode 6: "Road of Hope." What will the wind blowing over the hill at sunset bring the boy?
Guy, your radiator's blowing over.
20 years? At least until it's all blown over, and you can return as a rich stranger... with a colonial accent.
And I'll come out to you, as soon as all of this has blown over.
And then i won't talk to her until this whole cynthia thing's blown over.
And then it was regarded as a bit of a fad which had blown over, but actually it just evolved into downtempo stuff.
But he said it'd blown over.

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