Bog down conjugation

English
32 examples
This verb can also mean the following: become stuck, cause to become stuck and unable to progress, cause, become

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
bog down
bog down
bogs down
bog down
bog down
bog down
Future Simple
will bog down
will bog down
will bog down
will bog down
will bog down
will bog down
Past Simple
bogged down
bogged down
bogged down
bogged down
bogged down
bogged down
Conditional Simple
would bog down
would bog down
would bog down
would bog down
would bog down
would bog down
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am bogging down
are bogging down
is bogging down
are bogging down
are bogging down
are bogging down
Future Progressive
will be bogging down
will be bogging down
will be bogging down
will be bogging down
will be bogging down
will be bogging down
Past Progressive
was bogging down
were bogging down
was bogging down
were bogging down
were bogging down
were bogging down
Conditional Progressive
would be bogging down
would be bogging down
would be bogging down
would be bogging down
would be bogging down
would be bogging down
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have bogged down
have bogged down
has bogged down
have bogged down
have bogged down
have bogged down
Future Perfect
will have bogged down
will have bogged down
will have bogged down
will have bogged down
will have bogged down
will have bogged down
Past Perfect
had bogged down
had bogged down
had bogged down
had bogged down
had bogged down
had bogged down
Conditional Perfect
would have bogged down
would have bogged down
would have bogged down
would have bogged down
would have bogged down
would have bogged down
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been bogging down
have been bogging down
has been bogging down
have been bogging down
have been bogging down
have been bogging down
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been bogging down
will have been bogging down
will have been bogging down
will have been bogging down
will have been bogging down
will have been bogging down
Past Perfect Progressive
had been bogging down
had been bogging down
had been bogging down
had been bogging down
had been bogging down
had been bogging down
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been bogging down
would have been bogging down
would have been bogging down
would have been bogging down
would have been bogging down
would have been bogging down

Examples of bog down

Example in English
But as the tanks move deeper into the jungle, they get bog down in New Britain's dense undergrowth and muddy streams.
Don't bog down in detail, Walt.
His four-wheel drive will bog down off the line.
Let's not bog down in the middle of the letter "S."
Let's not bog down on this.
But as the tanks move deeper into the jungle, they get bog down in New Britain's dense undergrowth and muddy streams.
Don't bog down in detail, Walt.
His four-wheel drive will bog down off the line.
Let's not bog down in the middle of the letter "S."
Let's not bog down on this.
then completely bogs down as the book indiscriminately changes languages.
then completely bogs down as the book indiscriminately changes languages.
'Jeremy and I were bogged down in downtown Palm Springs.'
'Sadly, because Hammond was bogged down, 'we had to ask a local digger driver to go and get him.'
Announcer) The red team got bogged down, as the war between Carrie and Elise continued.
James) We got bogged down in the deepest snow we'd encountered so far.
David, she's right. The play always bogged down there.
A Sig Alert is bogging down the l-10.
If you're bogging down on Cable, wait till you get to Hogue.
Sometimes l'd look forward to the sledge bogging down so l could get out of the poo stream and run alongside.
Then why bring up the possibility of bogging down?
To stop our cars bogging down we had to drive as fast as possible.
'Jeremy and I were bogged down in downtown Palm Springs.'
'Sadly, because Hammond was bogged down, 'we had to ask a local digger driver to go and get him.'
Announcer) The red team got bogged down, as the war between Carrie and Elise continued.
James) We got bogged down in the deepest snow we'd encountered so far.
David, she's right. The play always bogged down there.
A Sig Alert is bogging down the l-10.
If you're bogging down on Cable, wait till you get to Hogue.
Sometimes l'd look forward to the sledge bogging down so l could get out of the poo stream and run alongside.
Then why bring up the possibility of bogging down?
To stop our cars bogging down we had to drive as fast as possible.

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