Prevail conjugation

English
40 examples
This verb can also mean the following: be, be current, have the upper hand, succeed, succeed in persuading, outnumber others, have, gain the advantage over others, have currency, influence, be superior in strength

Conjugation of eiti

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Present Simple
prevail
prevail
prevails
prevail
prevail
prevail
Future Simple
will prevail
will prevail
will prevail
will prevail
will prevail
will prevail
Past Simple
prevailed
prevailed
prevailed
prevailed
prevailed
prevailed
Conditional Simple
would prevail
would prevail
would prevail
would prevail
would prevail
would prevail
I
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Present Progressive
am prevailing
are prevailing
is prevailing
are prevailing
are prevailing
are prevailing
Future Progressive
will be prevailing
will be prevailing
will be prevailing
will be prevailing
will be prevailing
will be prevailing
Past Progressive
was prevailing
were prevailing
was prevailing
were prevailing
were prevailing
were prevailing
Conditional Progressive
would be prevailing
would be prevailing
would be prevailing
would be prevailing
would be prevailing
would be prevailing
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Present Perfect
have prevailed
have prevailed
has prevailed
have prevailed
have prevailed
have prevailed
Future Perfect
will have prevailed
will have prevailed
will have prevailed
will have prevailed
will have prevailed
will have prevailed
Past Perfect
had prevailed
had prevailed
had prevailed
had prevailed
had prevailed
had prevailed
Conditional Perfect
would have prevailed
would have prevailed
would have prevailed
would have prevailed
would have prevailed
would have prevailed
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Present Perfect Progressive
have been prevailing
have been prevailing
has been prevailing
have been prevailing
have been prevailing
have been prevailing
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been prevailing
will have been prevailing
will have been prevailing
will have been prevailing
will have been prevailing
will have been prevailing
Past Perfect Progressive
had been prevailing
had been prevailing
had been prevailing
had been prevailing
had been prevailing
had been prevailing
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been prevailing
would have been prevailing
would have been prevailing
would have been prevailing
would have been prevailing
would have been prevailing

Examples of prevail

Example in English
All it takes for bad people to prevail is for good people to do nothing."
And I also say to thee, "upon this rock I will build my church, "and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.
Even if I die, freedom will prevail."
For they intended evil against thee," "they imagined a device, wherewith they shall not prevail."
For they intended evil against thee," "they imagined a device," "wherewith they shall not prevail.
All it takes for bad people to prevail is for good people to do nothing."
And I also say to thee, "upon this rock I will build my church, "and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.
Even if I die, freedom will prevail."
For they intended evil against thee," "they imagined a device, wherewith they shall not prevail."
For they intended evil against thee," "they imagined a device," "wherewith they shall not prevail.
lt prevails upon you to prevent the disasters linked to any assault."
A spirit of nostalgia prevails, yet we see none of the ugliness or sadness, none of the gloom or cruelty of this crushed childhood.
In the absence of light, darkness prevails. "
Is it the low rustling of the rushes, the strange will-o'-the-wisp lights, the silence which prevails on calm nights, or is it the still mists which hang over the surface like a shroud."
Power and wealth are no avail to us. When only drinking prevails."
lt prevails upon you to prevent the disasters linked to any assault."
A spirit of nostalgia prevails, yet we see none of the ugliness or sadness, none of the gloom or cruelty of this crushed childhood.
In the absence of light, darkness prevails. "
Is it the low rustling of the rushes, the strange will-o'-the-wisp lights, the silence which prevails on calm nights, or is it the still mists which hang over the surface like a shroud."
Power and wealth are no avail to us. When only drinking prevails."
In the war of Iraq, the USA. and our Allied Forces have prevailed ".
And when he saw, he prevailed" "not against him."
Common sense has prevailed. The government has decided that a committee of 6 honourable personalities will investigate the factories of Aalst.
In the Battle of Iraq, the United States and our allies have prevailed."
'But hope prevailed, 'and help came from unexpected sources.'
Only the rich prevailing over their own time."
Our helper He, amid the flood of mortal ills prevailing."
'Hitting a prevailing current.'
'Pending the introduction of a new Act of Parliament 'the public are earnestly asked 'not to exploit the prevailing currency leak in Pimlico 'and to refrain from entering the area involved.'
Her south pole's definitely prevailing.
In the war of Iraq, the USA. and our Allied Forces have prevailed ".
And when he saw, he prevailed" "not against him."
Common sense has prevailed. The government has decided that a committee of 6 honourable personalities will investigate the factories of Aalst.
In the Battle of Iraq, the United States and our allies have prevailed."
'But hope prevailed, 'and help came from unexpected sources.'
Only the rich prevailing over their own time."
Our helper He, amid the flood of mortal ills prevailing."
'Hitting a prevailing current.'
'Pending the introduction of a new Act of Parliament 'the public are earnestly asked 'not to exploit the prevailing currency leak in Pimlico 'and to refrain from entering the area involved.'
Her south pole's definitely prevailing.

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