Cobble conjugation

English
40 examples
This verb can also mean the following: assemble, make, assemble in an improvised way, use, make shoes

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
cobble
cobble
cobbles
cobble
cobble
cobble
Future Simple
will cobble
will cobble
will cobble
will cobble
will cobble
will cobble
Past Simple
cobbled
cobbled
cobbled
cobbled
cobbled
cobbled
Conditional Simple
would cobble
would cobble
would cobble
would cobble
would cobble
would cobble
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am cobbling
are cobbling
is cobbling
are cobbling
are cobbling
are cobbling
Future Progressive
will be cobbling
will be cobbling
will be cobbling
will be cobbling
will be cobbling
will be cobbling
Past Progressive
was cobbling
were cobbling
was cobbling
were cobbling
were cobbling
were cobbling
Conditional Progressive
would be cobbling
would be cobbling
would be cobbling
would be cobbling
would be cobbling
would be cobbling
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have cobbled
have cobbled
has cobbled
have cobbled
have cobbled
have cobbled
Future Perfect
will have cobbled
will have cobbled
will have cobbled
will have cobbled
will have cobbled
will have cobbled
Past Perfect
had cobbled
had cobbled
had cobbled
had cobbled
had cobbled
had cobbled
Conditional Perfect
would have cobbled
would have cobbled
would have cobbled
would have cobbled
would have cobbled
would have cobbled
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been cobbling
have been cobbling
has been cobbling
have been cobbling
have been cobbling
have been cobbling
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been cobbling
will have been cobbling
will have been cobbling
will have been cobbling
will have been cobbling
will have been cobbling
Past Perfect Progressive
had been cobbling
had been cobbling
had been cobbling
had been cobbling
had been cobbling
had been cobbling
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been cobbling
would have been cobbling
would have been cobbling
would have been cobbling
would have been cobbling
would have been cobbling

Examples of cobble

Example in English
I'll cobble together some surveillance.
Stop! Listen to me. I've managed to cobble together a tiny existence of maybe not happiness, but ok-ness, and you keep trying to pry it out of my hands and blow it up!
Yeah, cobble hill.
As soon as I cobble it.
Based on the secretions that I pulled from the cocoon from Vex, I think I can cobble together an anti-toxin
I'll cobble together some surveillance.
Stop! Listen to me. I've managed to cobble together a tiny existence of maybe not happiness, but ok-ness, and you keep trying to pry it out of my hands and blow it up!
Yeah, cobble hill.
As soon as I cobble it.
Based on the secretions that I pulled from the cocoon from Vex, I think I can cobble together an anti-toxin
'It is tonight, trotting silent with seaweed on its hooves along the cockled cobbles.' 'Past curtain fernpot, text and trinket, harmonium, holy dresser, watercolours done by hand, china dog, and rosy tin teacaddy.'
A cobbler cobbles. A baker bakes.
A huge one, 2 metres, with cobbles and road signs and so forth.
And back she goes to the kitchen to polish the potatoes, and on goes Willy Nilly to clatter the cobbles.
And you have very large cobbles of flint in Europe, but you don't have very large cobbles of flint here in Southeast Asia or in South China.
'It is tonight, trotting silent with seaweed on its hooves along the cockled cobbles.' 'Past curtain fernpot, text and trinket, harmonium, holy dresser, watercolours done by hand, china dog, and rosy tin teacaddy.'
A cobbler cobbles. A baker bakes.
A huge one, 2 metres, with cobbles and road signs and so forth.
And back she goes to the kitchen to polish the potatoes, and on goes Willy Nilly to clatter the cobbles.
And you have very large cobbles of flint in Europe, but you don't have very large cobbles of flint here in Southeast Asia or in South China.
Though there is little to attract the hillclimber, the healthseeker, the sportsman, or the weekending motorist, the contemplative may, if sufficiently attracted to spare it some leisurely hours, find in its cobbled streets and its little fishing harbour,
the warehouses, the old buildings, the cobbled streets.
Well, I've cobbled together a rough time line which seems to indicate that the statue wasn't the initial source either.
Ah, it's cobbled together from dish towels, couple of old pot holders.
All the ships in the camp cobbled together a single slipstream drive, then we installed it in my engine compartment, and off I went on my mission.
I'll arm dresser, Your Honor, - and cobbling the witness...
And there's worse things than cobbling too.
Burt, cobbling is shoes.
He and Rollins are cobbling together a search. - "Cobbling"?
He found out who was cobbling shoes for me at night.
Though there is little to attract the hillclimber, the healthseeker, the sportsman, or the weekending motorist, the contemplative may, if sufficiently attracted to spare it some leisurely hours, find in its cobbled streets and its little fishing harbour,
the warehouses, the old buildings, the cobbled streets.
Well, I've cobbled together a rough time line which seems to indicate that the statue wasn't the initial source either.
Ah, it's cobbled together from dish towels, couple of old pot holders.
All the ships in the camp cobbled together a single slipstream drive, then we installed it in my engine compartment, and off I went on my mission.
I'll arm dresser, Your Honor, - and cobbling the witness...
And there's worse things than cobbling too.
Burt, cobbling is shoes.
He and Rollins are cobbling together a search. - "Cobbling"?
He found out who was cobbling shoes for me at night.

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