Civilise conjugation

English
30 examples
This verb can also mean the following: bring, enlighten a person, group, introduce, person, do, educate

Conjugation of eiti

I
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we
you all
they
Present Simple
civilise
civilise
civilises
civilise
civilise
civilise
Future Simple
will civilise
will civilise
will civilise
will civilise
will civilise
will civilise
Past Simple
civilised
civilised
civilised
civilised
civilised
civilised
Conditional Simple
would civilise
would civilise
would civilise
would civilise
would civilise
would civilise
I
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they
Present Progressive
am civilising
are civilising
is civilising
are civilising
are civilising
are civilising
Future Progressive
will be civilising
will be civilising
will be civilising
will be civilising
will be civilising
will be civilising
Past Progressive
was civilising
were civilising
was civilising
were civilising
were civilising
were civilising
Conditional Progressive
would be civilising
would be civilising
would be civilising
would be civilising
would be civilising
would be civilising
I
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it/she/he
we
you all
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Present Perfect
have civilised
have civilised
has civilised
have civilised
have civilised
have civilised
Future Perfect
will have civilised
will have civilised
will have civilised
will have civilised
will have civilised
will have civilised
Past Perfect
had civilised
had civilised
had civilised
had civilised
had civilised
had civilised
Conditional Perfect
would have civilised
would have civilised
would have civilised
would have civilised
would have civilised
would have civilised
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been civilising
have been civilising
has been civilising
have been civilising
have been civilising
have been civilising
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been civilising
will have been civilising
will have been civilising
will have been civilising
will have been civilising
will have been civilising
Past Perfect Progressive
had been civilising
had been civilising
had been civilising
had been civilising
had been civilising
had been civilising
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been civilising
would have been civilising
would have been civilising
would have been civilising
would have been civilising
would have been civilising

Examples of civilise

Example in English
And civilise it into A place too uncivilised even for snow
I have a passion to civilise the community.
I will... civilise this land.
In your effort to civilise this country, our boys are becoming barbarians.
It will be done. I will civilise this place.
And civilise it into A place too uncivilised even for snow
I have a passion to civilise the community.
I will... civilise this land.
In your effort to civilise this country, our boys are becoming barbarians.
It will be done. I will civilise this place.
A manifesto to the civilised world.
It is forbidden to listen to German news bulletins, "as only the language of civilised people may be used." Hear, hear!
No" means the same thing in over three-quarters of the civilised world.
Representative government and trial by jury are the heart and lungs of a civilised society".
The mission station, which is our present destination, "will provide the last chance to savour the comforts of the civilised world.
Because... the longer she is there, the more likely she will come under some civilising influence.
He wrote, "We thought that we were civilising a backwards country "by exposing it to television, to modern bombers, to schools, "to the latest models of tanks,
Life remained nasty, brutish and short, but Adomnan's rules on warfare were proof of the civilising influence of Christianity.
Look at all these civilising books, Lizzy, these solid walls.
On the one hand, it has lots of very civilising features, it has active body control, and it's so clever it can detect a cross-wind and compensate for it.
A manifesto to the civilised world.
It is forbidden to listen to German news bulletins, "as only the language of civilised people may be used." Hear, hear!
No" means the same thing in over three-quarters of the civilised world.
Representative government and trial by jury are the heart and lungs of a civilised society".
The mission station, which is our present destination, "will provide the last chance to savour the comforts of the civilised world.
Because... the longer she is there, the more likely she will come under some civilising influence.
He wrote, "We thought that we were civilising a backwards country "by exposing it to television, to modern bombers, to schools, "to the latest models of tanks,
Life remained nasty, brutish and short, but Adomnan's rules on warfare were proof of the civilising influence of Christianity.
Look at all these civilising books, Lizzy, these solid walls.
On the one hand, it has lots of very civilising features, it has active body control, and it's so clever it can detect a cross-wind and compensate for it.

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