Dethrone (to ) conjugation

English
28 examples
This verb can also mean the following: do, remove any governing authority from power, remove, depose

Conjugation of dethrone

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
dethrone
dethrone
dethrones
dethrone
dethrone
dethrone
Future Simple
will dethrone
will dethrone
will dethrone
will dethrone
will dethrone
will dethrone
Past Simple
dethroned
dethroned
dethroned
dethroned
dethroned
dethroned
Conditional Simple
would dethrone
would dethrone
would dethrone
would dethrone
would dethrone
would dethrone
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am dethroning
are dethroning
is dethroning
are dethroning
are dethroning
are dethroning
Future Progressive
will be dethroning
will be dethroning
will be dethroning
will be dethroning
will be dethroning
will be dethroning
Past Progressive
was dethroning
were dethroning
was dethroning
were dethroning
were dethroning
were dethroning
Conditional Progressive
would be dethroning
would be dethroning
would be dethroning
would be dethroning
would be dethroning
would be dethroning
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have dethroned
have dethroned
has dethroned
have dethroned
have dethroned
have dethroned
Future Perfect
will have dethroned
will have dethroned
will have dethroned
will have dethroned
will have dethroned
will have dethroned
Past Perfect
had dethroned
had dethroned
had dethroned
had dethroned
had dethroned
had dethroned
Conditional Perfect
would have dethroned
would have dethroned
would have dethroned
would have dethroned
would have dethroned
would have dethroned
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been dethroning
have been dethroning
has been dethroning
have been dethroning
have been dethroning
have been dethroning
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been dethroning
will have been dethroning
will have been dethroning
will have been dethroning
will have been dethroning
will have been dethroning
Past Perfect Progressive
had been dethroning
had been dethroning
had been dethroning
had been dethroning
had been dethroning
had been dethroning
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been dethroning
would have been dethroning
would have been dethroning
would have been dethroning
would have been dethroning
would have been dethroning

Examples of dethrone

Example in EnglishTranslation in English
# Grunge then tried to dethrone the metal #
And I'm betting that Ivanka and Genji will dethrone the "Queen of the Beam" again in Rio.
Are you going to dethrone the king?
But he had no idea there was another would-be king working away secretly to dethrone him.
But the British did not dethrone him.
# Grunge then tried to dethrone the metal #
And I'm betting that Ivanka and Genji will dethrone the "Queen of the Beam" again in Rio.
Are you going to dethrone the king?
But he had no idea there was another would-be king working away secretly to dethrone him.
But the British did not dethrone him.
It exults the low and dethrones the high.
It exults the low and dethrones the high.
"Jacobite," derived from "Jacobus," the latin for "James," since they were followers of King James II, the Catholic King dethroned by the protestants.
- It is time the rat king is dethroned.
- Just like that, I've been dethroned.
- Men have dethroned you.
- No,stay. Consider yourself dethroned,queen b.
Listen, Emilio, since I got married I've spent my life dethroning princes.
Of course, you realize by dethroning Dad, you're next in line to be dethroned by Frederick, and then the only thing left after that is death, but that's another day and another cup of coffee.
There's nothing more amusing than dethroning a queen before she's crowned.
"Jacobite," derived from "Jacobus," the latin for "James," since they were followers of King James II, the Catholic King dethroned by the protestants.
- It is time the rat king is dethroned.
- Just like that, I've been dethroned.
- Men have dethroned you.
- No,stay. Consider yourself dethroned,queen b.
Listen, Emilio, since I got married I've spent my life dethroning princes.
Of course, you realize by dethroning Dad, you're next in line to be dethroned by Frederick, and then the only thing left after that is death, but that's another day and another cup of coffee.
There's nothing more amusing than dethroning a queen before she's crowned.

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