Lens conjugation

English
38 examples
This verb can also mean the following: become, become thinner towards the edges, shoot, film

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
lens
lens
lenses
lens
lens
lens
Future Simple
will lens
will lens
will lens
will lens
will lens
will lens
Past Simple
lensed
lensed
lensed
lensed
lensed
lensed
Conditional Simple
would lens
would lens
would lens
would lens
would lens
would lens
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am lensing
are lensing
is lensing
are lensing
are lensing
are lensing
Future Progressive
will be lensing
will be lensing
will be lensing
will be lensing
will be lensing
will be lensing
Past Progressive
was lensing
were lensing
was lensing
were lensing
were lensing
were lensing
Conditional Progressive
would be lensing
would be lensing
would be lensing
would be lensing
would be lensing
would be lensing
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have lensed
have lensed
has lensed
have lensed
have lensed
have lensed
Future Perfect
will have lensed
will have lensed
will have lensed
will have lensed
will have lensed
will have lensed
Past Perfect
had lensed
had lensed
had lensed
had lensed
had lensed
had lensed
Conditional Perfect
would have lensed
would have lensed
would have lensed
would have lensed
would have lensed
would have lensed
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been lensing
have been lensing
has been lensing
have been lensing
have been lensing
have been lensing
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been lensing
will have been lensing
will have been lensing
will have been lensing
will have been lensing
will have been lensing
Past Perfect Progressive
had been lensing
had been lensing
had been lensing
had been lensing
had been lensing
had been lensing
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been lensing
would have been lensing
would have been lensing
would have been lensing
would have been lensing
would have been lensing

Examples of lens

Example in English
A lens on a flexible shaft...
By studying the lens of a cat's eye, "we've harnessed the ability to enter other dimensions.
Do some remote stuff with a long-lens... "take some pictures at the fish market."
I forgot to put in a lens". Read the top line.
Look at that big guy there with the weird lens.
A lens on a flexible shaft...
By studying the lens of a cat's eye, "we've harnessed the ability to enter other dimensions.
Do some remote stuff with a long-lens... "take some pictures at the fish market."
I forgot to put in a lens". Read the top line.
Look at that big guy there with the weird lens.
Using lenses and gold wearing all black, "
Your little witch apparently didn't know about contact lenses."
you put my contact lenses in Backwards, homer." (sighs)
'By trying out different lenses, made with different sized artillery balls, he was able 'to produce magnifications of six and then 20 times.'
'In the autumn of 1609, Galileo himself began to grind and polish lenses.'
Using lenses and gold wearing all black, "
Your little witch apparently didn't know about contact lenses."
you put my contact lenses in Backwards, homer." (sighs)
'By trying out different lenses, made with different sized artillery balls, he was able 'to produce magnifications of six and then 20 times.'
'In the autumn of 1609, Galileo himself began to grind and polish lenses.'
Being long-lensed in the park like that with Nicholson, eh, Malc?
The elder man wears thick-lensed glasses, and the younger one is quite handsome.
The tech area's going to be reorganized to focus on lensed implosion.
Vince, I want to shoot you long-lensed.
Fibreoptic lensing.
Axelrod set about his search for what he calls "gravitational micro-lensing" - when a star's light is distorted by a massive object like a black hole.
Everyone that saw it agreed immediately that this was gravitational micro-lensing, so we were just over the moon.
From the amount of gravitational lensing they produce, we find that there's about five times as much of this Dark Matter as there is the ordinary material.
Gravitational lensing really allows us to test the presence of dark matter.
Being long-lensed in the park like that with Nicholson, eh, Malc?
The elder man wears thick-lensed glasses, and the younger one is quite handsome.
The tech area's going to be reorganized to focus on lensed implosion.
Vince, I want to shoot you long-lensed.
Fibreoptic lensing.
Axelrod set about his search for what he calls "gravitational micro-lensing" - when a star's light is distorted by a massive object like a black hole.
Everyone that saw it agreed immediately that this was gravitational micro-lensing, so we were just over the moon.
From the amount of gravitational lensing they produce, we find that there's about five times as much of this Dark Matter as there is the ordinary material.
Gravitational lensing really allows us to test the presence of dark matter.

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