Segregate conjugation

English
36 examples
This verb can also mean the following: do, separate

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
segregate
segregate
segregates
segregate
segregate
segregate
Future Simple
will segregate
will segregate
will segregate
will segregate
will segregate
will segregate
Past Simple
segregated
segregated
segregated
segregated
segregated
segregated
Conditional Simple
would segregate
would segregate
would segregate
would segregate
would segregate
would segregate
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am segregating
are segregating
is segregating
are segregating
are segregating
are segregating
Future Progressive
will be segregating
will be segregating
will be segregating
will be segregating
will be segregating
will be segregating
Past Progressive
was segregating
were segregating
was segregating
were segregating
were segregating
were segregating
Conditional Progressive
would be segregating
would be segregating
would be segregating
would be segregating
would be segregating
would be segregating
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have segregated
have segregated
has segregated
have segregated
have segregated
have segregated
Future Perfect
will have segregated
will have segregated
will have segregated
will have segregated
will have segregated
will have segregated
Past Perfect
had segregated
had segregated
had segregated
had segregated
had segregated
had segregated
Conditional Perfect
would have segregated
would have segregated
would have segregated
would have segregated
would have segregated
would have segregated
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been segregating
have been segregating
has been segregating
have been segregating
have been segregating
have been segregating
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been segregating
will have been segregating
will have been segregating
will have been segregating
will have been segregating
will have been segregating
Past Perfect Progressive
had been segregating
had been segregating
had been segregating
had been segregating
had been segregating
had been segregating
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been segregating
would have been segregating
would have been segregating
would have been segregating
would have been segregating
would have been segregating

Examples of segregate

Example in English
... to segregate again. "
And we segregate ourselves along lines drawn as simply as whether or not you like graham crackers or have the same color skin.
For the girls just arriving, you're to segregate the $20 bills into the 12 federal reserve districts.
He shared as well his Southern forbearers' sense of white racial superiority taking steps to re-segregate the federal government.
He tried to re-segregate the drinking fountains.
... to segregate again. "
And we segregate ourselves along lines drawn as simply as whether or not you like graham crackers or have the same color skin.
For the girls just arriving, you're to segregate the $20 bills into the 12 federal reserve districts.
He shared as well his Southern forbearers' sense of white racial superiority taking steps to re-segregate the federal government.
He tried to re-segregate the drinking fountains.
Orthodox judaism segregates men and women in the synagogue.
You live in a world that segregates you into classes.
ln contrast to many other human communities... which segregates the sexes during adolescence... the Trobriand Islanders allow... their boys and girls complete freedom... of access to each other... from puberty... through to adulthood.
Orthodox judaism segregates men and women in the synagogue.
You live in a world that segregates you into classes.
ln contrast to many other human communities... which segregates the sexes during adolescence... the Trobriand Islanders allow... their boys and girls complete freedom... of access to each other... from puberty... through to adulthood.
The feelings of inferiority that come from being segregated
that the Constitution speaks against segregated schools.
From the wicked clutches of romance # We have all been segregated
'Renton noticed the haste with which 'the successful in the sexual sphere, 'as in all others, segregated themselves from the failures.'
But, sir, this is a segregated cinema.
Did you know the county was segregating
I brought it to this point... - Your Honor, these are the bills segregating out hours based
But to any parent who complains, you're still segregating them.
If you are caught congregating, segregating Holding meetings, organizing, recruiting, practicing any kind of intimidation Throwing signs, defacing property, you will be swiftly sent to isolation.
It's for his own protection that he gets beat up. And so by segregating him, it provides a physical barrier so the females can't kick his butt.
The feelings of inferiority that come from being segregated
that the Constitution speaks against segregated schools.
From the wicked clutches of romance # We have all been segregated
'Renton noticed the haste with which 'the successful in the sexual sphere, 'as in all others, segregated themselves from the failures.'
But, sir, this is a segregated cinema.
Did you know the county was segregating
I brought it to this point... - Your Honor, these are the bills segregating out hours based
But to any parent who complains, you're still segregating them.
If you are caught congregating, segregating Holding meetings, organizing, recruiting, practicing any kind of intimidation Throwing signs, defacing property, you will be swiftly sent to isolation.
It's for his own protection that he gets beat up. And so by segregating him, it provides a physical barrier so the females can't kick his butt.

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