Burrow conjugation

English
40 examples
This verb can also mean the following: dig, hole, dig a tunnel

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
burrow
burrow
burrows
burrow
burrow
burrow
Future Simple
will burrow
will burrow
will burrow
will burrow
will burrow
will burrow
Past Simple
burrowed
burrowed
burrowed
burrowed
burrowed
burrowed
Conditional Simple
would burrow
would burrow
would burrow
would burrow
would burrow
would burrow
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am burrowing
are burrowing
is burrowing
are burrowing
are burrowing
are burrowing
Future Progressive
will be burrowing
will be burrowing
will be burrowing
will be burrowing
will be burrowing
will be burrowing
Past Progressive
was burrowing
were burrowing
was burrowing
were burrowing
were burrowing
were burrowing
Conditional Progressive
would be burrowing
would be burrowing
would be burrowing
would be burrowing
would be burrowing
would be burrowing
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have burrowed
have burrowed
has burrowed
have burrowed
have burrowed
have burrowed
Future Perfect
will have burrowed
will have burrowed
will have burrowed
will have burrowed
will have burrowed
will have burrowed
Past Perfect
had burrowed
had burrowed
had burrowed
had burrowed
had burrowed
had burrowed
Conditional Perfect
would have burrowed
would have burrowed
would have burrowed
would have burrowed
would have burrowed
would have burrowed
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been burrowing
have been burrowing
has been burrowing
have been burrowing
have been burrowing
have been burrowing
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been burrowing
will have been burrowing
will have been burrowing
will have been burrowing
will have been burrowing
will have been burrowing
Past Perfect Progressive
had been burrowing
had been burrowing
had been burrowing
had been burrowing
had been burrowing
had been burrowing
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been burrowing
would have been burrowing
would have been burrowing
would have been burrowing
would have been burrowing
would have been burrowing

Examples of burrow

Example in English
'a hole is a burrow...
'and a burrow means a rabbit.
Right, I've got a grasshopper, I've now got to go down the burrow again." Well, he didn't say again, I've got to go down the burrow and check that there are no obstacles in it, so it did that.
The bunny goes around the tree and into the burrow."
burrow" maybe.
'a hole is a burrow...
'and a burrow means a rabbit.
Right, I've got a grasshopper, I've now got to go down the burrow again." Well, he didn't say again, I've got to go down the burrow and check that there are no obstacles in it, so it did that.
The bunny goes around the tree and into the burrow."
burrow" maybe.
When rabbits to their burrows run...
'With the advent of winter, 'all Gryllotalpidae retreat into their burrows.'
Do burrows eat their young?
Don't worry about scofield and burrows right now.
Look, burrows the police have instructed me that this is an ongoing investigation, and as such, any contact you make with your son could potentially aid and abet him as a fugitive.
When rabbits to their burrows run...
'With the advent of winter, 'all Gryllotalpidae retreat into their burrows.'
Do burrows eat their young?
Don't worry about scofield and burrows right now.
Look, burrows the police have instructed me that this is an ongoing investigation, and as such, any contact you make with your son could potentially aid and abet him as a fugitive.
You did. And I can't get rid of you, no matter how hard I try. You burrowed your way into my brain, through my ear, like an earwig!
Above them, Japanese soldiers are burrowed into the rocky ridges, inflicting heavy casualties on the Americans in the valley below.
And lord knows how many more are burrowed out there, digesting. It was death by leech.
And the thing burrowed inside and took Cordy out.
But if we burrowed through this wall here...
siren wails ) All right, everybody, climb under your tables, like burrowing badgers.
A burrowing aphid.
A stunning shot to the head burrowing deeply into the occipital lobe.
All right, no more burrowing.
And my testicles do this really unique thing of burrowing...
You did. And I can't get rid of you, no matter how hard I try. You burrowed your way into my brain, through my ear, like an earwig!
Above them, Japanese soldiers are burrowed into the rocky ridges, inflicting heavy casualties on the Americans in the valley below.
And lord knows how many more are burrowed out there, digesting. It was death by leech.
And the thing burrowed inside and took Cordy out.
But if we burrowed through this wall here...
siren wails ) All right, everybody, climb under your tables, like burrowing badgers.
A burrowing aphid.
A stunning shot to the head burrowing deeply into the occipital lobe.
All right, no more burrowing.
And my testicles do this really unique thing of burrowing...

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