Postpone conjugation

English
40 examples
This verb can also mean the following: delay, put off an event

Conjugation of eiti

I
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it/she/he
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Present Simple
postpone
postpone
postpones
postpone
postpone
postpone
Future Simple
will postpone
will postpone
will postpone
will postpone
will postpone
will postpone
Past Simple
postponed
postponed
postponed
postponed
postponed
postponed
Conditional Simple
would postpone
would postpone
would postpone
would postpone
would postpone
would postpone
I
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it/she/he
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Present Progressive
am postponing
are postponing
is postponing
are postponing
are postponing
are postponing
Future Progressive
will be postponing
will be postponing
will be postponing
will be postponing
will be postponing
will be postponing
Past Progressive
was postponing
were postponing
was postponing
were postponing
were postponing
were postponing
Conditional Progressive
would be postponing
would be postponing
would be postponing
would be postponing
would be postponing
would be postponing
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have postponed
have postponed
has postponed
have postponed
have postponed
have postponed
Future Perfect
will have postponed
will have postponed
will have postponed
will have postponed
will have postponed
will have postponed
Past Perfect
had postponed
had postponed
had postponed
had postponed
had postponed
had postponed
Conditional Perfect
would have postponed
would have postponed
would have postponed
would have postponed
would have postponed
would have postponed
I
you
it/she/he
we
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they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been postponing
have been postponing
has been postponing
have been postponing
have been postponing
have been postponing
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been postponing
will have been postponing
will have been postponing
will have been postponing
will have been postponing
will have been postponing
Past Perfect Progressive
had been postponing
had been postponing
had been postponing
had been postponing
had been postponing
had been postponing
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been postponing
would have been postponing
would have been postponing
would have been postponing
would have been postponing
would have been postponing

Examples of postpone

Example in English
Either combatant can postpone a duel indefinitely if there are no children... "to continue his clan."
I know you had to postpone your vacation.
If there's no reasonable expectation of my recovery and the application of mechanical support will only serve to postpone the moment of my death,
Just cancel this shoot, postpone the release"
L... let's postpone the wedding, "let's send everybody home,
Either combatant can postpone a duel indefinitely if there are no children... "to continue his clan."
I know you had to postpone your vacation.
If there's no reasonable expectation of my recovery and the application of mechanical support will only serve to postpone the moment of my death,
Just cancel this shoot, postpone the release"
L... let's postpone the wedding, "let's send everybody home,
Charity only postpones or worsens poverty.
Clever strategy, but one that only postpones the inevitable.
Eventually, he postpones the order to attack, and goes back to his chalet in the Alps to join his mistress, Eva Braun.
He changed subject, speaks of dangers, postpones...
He postpones his court dates, shaves his head.
Charity only postpones or worsens poverty.
Clever strategy, but one that only postpones the inevitable.
Eventually, he postpones the order to attack, and goes back to his chalet in the Alps to join his mistress, Eva Braun.
He changed subject, speaks of dangers, postpones...
He postpones his court dates, shaves his head.
A breakup that might have been postponed for years
All pilgrimages to Jerusalem and tours of the President's home "are postponed."
Because of a prolonged interview with the chief of police, operation at the "Five Moons Square" has been postponed.
Dear II, the performance was postponed at the time..."
Otherwise, it will be interrupted at midnight and postponed to the next day at the time originally scheduled."
Do you mean you're postponing it again?
I had a suspicion Brita was brooding about me postponing the wedding,
Margit, why do we keep postponing our marriage?
We are postponing, life speeds by."
... postponing...
A breakup that might have been postponed for years
All pilgrimages to Jerusalem and tours of the President's home "are postponed."
Because of a prolonged interview with the chief of police, operation at the "Five Moons Square" has been postponed.
Dear II, the performance was postponed at the time..."
Otherwise, it will be interrupted at midnight and postponed to the next day at the time originally scheduled."
Do you mean you're postponing it again?
I had a suspicion Brita was brooding about me postponing the wedding,
Margit, why do we keep postponing our marriage?
We are postponing, life speeds by."
... postponing...

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