Disrepute conjugation

English
16 examples
This verb can also mean the following: hold in dishonor, bring, bring into disreputation

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
disrepute
disrepute
disreputes
disrepute
disrepute
disrepute
Future Simple
will disrepute
will disrepute
will disrepute
will disrepute
will disrepute
will disrepute
Past Simple
disreputed
disreputed
disreputed
disreputed
disreputed
disreputed
Conditional Simple
would disrepute
would disrepute
would disrepute
would disrepute
would disrepute
would disrepute
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am disreputing
are disreputing
is disreputing
are disreputing
are disreputing
are disreputing
Future Progressive
will be disreputing
will be disreputing
will be disreputing
will be disreputing
will be disreputing
will be disreputing
Past Progressive
was disreputing
were disreputing
was disreputing
were disreputing
were disreputing
were disreputing
Conditional Progressive
would be disreputing
would be disreputing
would be disreputing
would be disreputing
would be disreputing
would be disreputing
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have disreputed
have disreputed
has disreputed
have disreputed
have disreputed
have disreputed
Future Perfect
will have disreputed
will have disreputed
will have disreputed
will have disreputed
will have disreputed
will have disreputed
Past Perfect
had disreputed
had disreputed
had disreputed
had disreputed
had disreputed
had disreputed
Conditional Perfect
would have disreputed
would have disreputed
would have disreputed
would have disreputed
would have disreputed
would have disreputed
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been disreputing
have been disreputing
has been disreputing
have been disreputing
have been disreputing
have been disreputing
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been disreputing
will have been disreputing
will have been disreputing
will have been disreputing
will have been disreputing
will have been disreputing
Past Perfect Progressive
had been disreputing
had been disreputing
had been disreputing
had been disreputing
had been disreputing
had been disreputing
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been disreputing
would have been disreputing
would have been disreputing
would have been disreputing
would have been disreputing
would have been disreputing

Examples of disrepute

Example in English
I'd be arrested for bringing human form into disrepute!
...into public disrepute, contempt, scandal, or ridicule, which might tend to reflect unfavorably on the network..."
It shall be a crime to utter or publish writings against the government of the United States with intent to defame or bring it into contempt or disrepute."
Richard Hammer) Luciano felt that Genovese had brought disrepute to the mob.
man) The Japanese army had been in disrepute till about the beginning of the 1930s, and then they came back through the so-called patriotic societies -
I'd be arrested for bringing human form into disrepute!
...into public disrepute, contempt, scandal, or ridicule, which might tend to reflect unfavorably on the network..."
It shall be a crime to utter or publish writings against the government of the United States with intent to defame or bring it into contempt or disrepute."
Richard Hammer) Luciano felt that Genovese had brought disrepute to the mob.
man) The Japanese army had been in disrepute till about the beginning of the 1930s, and then they came back through the so-called patriotic societies -
I must be honest with Your Grace, you had been accused of too great of leniency towards the rebels, towards recalcitrant monks and other upholders of the old religion, it... it is disreputed whether you are in your heart and soul fully engaged in struggle against the treasons, rebels or Wheather you are in your heart still papist
It's only my mistake that I associated myself with such a disreputed family.
My very dearest has disreputed me too much
I must be honest with Your Grace, you had been accused of too great of leniency towards the rebels, towards recalcitrant monks and other upholders of the old religion, it... it is disreputed whether you are in your heart and soul fully engaged in struggle against the treasons, rebels or Wheather you are in your heart still papist
It's only my mistake that I associated myself with such a disreputed family.
My very dearest has disreputed me too much

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