Liquidate conjugation

English
34 examples
This verb can also mean the following: do away with, convert, settle the affairs of, make clear and intelligible, determine, do, make, make liquid, determine by agreement, kill, settle

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
liquidate
liquidate
liquidates
liquidate
liquidate
liquidate
Future Simple
will liquidate
will liquidate
will liquidate
will liquidate
will liquidate
will liquidate
Past Simple
liquidated
liquidated
liquidated
liquidated
liquidated
liquidated
Conditional Simple
would liquidate
would liquidate
would liquidate
would liquidate
would liquidate
would liquidate
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am liquidating
are liquidating
is liquidating
are liquidating
are liquidating
are liquidating
Future Progressive
will be liquidating
will be liquidating
will be liquidating
will be liquidating
will be liquidating
will be liquidating
Past Progressive
was liquidating
were liquidating
was liquidating
were liquidating
were liquidating
were liquidating
Conditional Progressive
would be liquidating
would be liquidating
would be liquidating
would be liquidating
would be liquidating
would be liquidating
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have liquidated
have liquidated
has liquidated
have liquidated
have liquidated
have liquidated
Future Perfect
will have liquidated
will have liquidated
will have liquidated
will have liquidated
will have liquidated
will have liquidated
Past Perfect
had liquidated
had liquidated
had liquidated
had liquidated
had liquidated
had liquidated
Conditional Perfect
would have liquidated
would have liquidated
would have liquidated
would have liquidated
would have liquidated
would have liquidated
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been liquidating
have been liquidating
has been liquidating
have been liquidating
have been liquidating
have been liquidating
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been liquidating
will have been liquidating
will have been liquidating
will have been liquidating
will have been liquidating
will have been liquidating
Past Perfect Progressive
had been liquidating
had been liquidating
had been liquidating
had been liquidating
had been liquidating
had been liquidating
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been liquidating
would have been liquidating
would have been liquidating
would have been liquidating
would have been liquidating
would have been liquidating

Examples of liquidate

Example in English
To liquidate to the whole table.
we will liquidate them. To all."
And liquidate the Grand Tetons? They're saying 30 million and I think it's a steal at twice the price.
As long as they liquidate you.
I want you to liquidate it now.
To liquidate to the whole table.
we will liquidate them. To all."
And liquidate the Grand Tetons? They're saying 30 million and I think it's a steal at twice the price.
As long as they liquidate you.
I want you to liquidate it now.
She liquidates a Russian dissident with radioactive poison used only by the US military.
What does he do? Take a guess. He liquidates!
She liquidates a Russian dissident with radioactive poison used only by the US military.
What does he do? Take a guess. He liquidates!
...for which they'll be definitively trialed, liquidated and scattered by the initiative of the Communist fighting forces."
The firm of Buddenbrooks liquidated."
'The woman has been liquidated as a routine precaution.'
He has dissolved his businesses, - _ liquidated his assets, his houses in New York, Newport, Chicago, swathed in dust sheets, void of life.
The building's been sold. Golden Spike will be closed, and the inventory liquidated.
But, sir, we actually stand to make more money rather than dissolving the company and liquidating the assets.
He's liquidating.
It will mean liquidating some interests.
They're liquidating this location.
They're talking about liquidating their assets in the next 24 hours.
...for which they'll be definitively trialed, liquidated and scattered by the initiative of the Communist fighting forces."
The firm of Buddenbrooks liquidated."
'The woman has been liquidated as a routine precaution.'
He has dissolved his businesses, - _ liquidated his assets, his houses in New York, Newport, Chicago, swathed in dust sheets, void of life.
The building's been sold. Golden Spike will be closed, and the inventory liquidated.
But, sir, we actually stand to make more money rather than dissolving the company and liquidating the assets.
He's liquidating.
It will mean liquidating some interests.
They're liquidating this location.
They're talking about liquidating their assets in the next 24 hours.

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