Captivate conjugation

English
40 examples
This verb can also mean the following: charm, take, attract and hold interest and, capture, attract, subdue, take prisoner

Conjugation of eiti

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Present Simple
captivate
captivate
captivates
captivate
captivate
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Future Simple
will captivate
will captivate
will captivate
will captivate
will captivate
will captivate
Past Simple
captivated
captivated
captivated
captivated
captivated
captivated
Conditional Simple
would captivate
would captivate
would captivate
would captivate
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would captivate
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you all
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Present Progressive
am captivating
are captivating
is captivating
are captivating
are captivating
are captivating
Future Progressive
will be captivating
will be captivating
will be captivating
will be captivating
will be captivating
will be captivating
Past Progressive
was captivating
were captivating
was captivating
were captivating
were captivating
were captivating
Conditional Progressive
would be captivating
would be captivating
would be captivating
would be captivating
would be captivating
would be captivating
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you all
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Present Perfect
have captivated
have captivated
has captivated
have captivated
have captivated
have captivated
Future Perfect
will have captivated
will have captivated
will have captivated
will have captivated
will have captivated
will have captivated
Past Perfect
had captivated
had captivated
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had captivated
had captivated
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Conditional Perfect
would have captivated
would have captivated
would have captivated
would have captivated
would have captivated
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it/she/he
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Present Perfect Progressive
have been captivating
have been captivating
has been captivating
have been captivating
have been captivating
have been captivating
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been captivating
will have been captivating
will have been captivating
will have been captivating
will have been captivating
will have been captivating
Past Perfect Progressive
had been captivating
had been captivating
had been captivating
had been captivating
had been captivating
had been captivating
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been captivating
would have been captivating
would have been captivating
would have been captivating
would have been captivating
would have been captivating

Examples of captivate

Example in English
'Cause you got to captivate the mark's eyes and ears with what you're doing with your mouth, but also with your hands.
Death will captivate the audience, son.
I have yet to captivate grandpa so he finally tells us where the treasure is.
Take him away! - Did you want to captivate me by your gaze?
..an art that conveyed a spirituality so powerful, that it would captivate a Roman emperor, Constantine, the most powerful man in the world.
'Cause you got to captivate the mark's eyes and ears with what you're doing with your mouth, but also with your hands.
Death will captivate the audience, son.
I have yet to captivate grandpa so he finally tells us where the treasure is.
Take him away! - Did you want to captivate me by your gaze?
..an art that conveyed a spirituality so powerful, that it would captivate a Roman emperor, Constantine, the most powerful man in the world.
Young singer captivates audience"
...an emotional performance that captivates our coaches.
But what is it about the villain that keeps us so entranced that captivates and enthralls us?
Garrett, that deepness in your voice really captivates me, but also your personality and charisma.
His raw, unflinching descriptions of the men on the front lines both frightens and captivates the American public, bringing the reality and heroism of the war home to millions of people.
Young singer captivates audience"
...an emotional performance that captivates our coaches.
But what is it about the villain that keeps us so entranced that captivates and enthralls us?
Garrett, that deepness in your voice really captivates me, but also your personality and charisma.
His raw, unflinching descriptions of the men on the front lines both frightens and captivates the American public, bringing the reality and heroism of the war home to millions of people.
I painted everything that captivated my sight - earth, foliage, plants, the human form".
The intoxication of madness has captivated me like this."
You kept laughing and captivated me."
* Each captivated crooked smile * What's this?
Akeelah Anderson's rise has captivated her community.
Elaine green's blanche is extraordinarily captivating."
I must sway in the captivating light."
The Christian king of Great Britain has waged cruel war against human nature itself in the persons of a distant people who never offended him, captivating and carrying them into slavery in another hemisphere."
The beautiful Mrs Rushworth," "who was to be so brilliant a leader in the fashionable world," "has quitted her husband's roof for the captivating Mr Crawford,"
l am captivating.
I painted everything that captivated my sight - earth, foliage, plants, the human form".
The intoxication of madness has captivated me like this."
You kept laughing and captivated me."
* Each captivated crooked smile * What's this?
Akeelah Anderson's rise has captivated her community.
Elaine green's blanche is extraordinarily captivating."
I must sway in the captivating light."
The Christian king of Great Britain has waged cruel war against human nature itself in the persons of a distant people who never offended him, captivating and carrying them into slavery in another hemisphere."
The beautiful Mrs Rushworth," "who was to be so brilliant a leader in the fashionable world," "has quitted her husband's roof for the captivating Mr Crawford,"
l am captivating.

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