Shoot the breeze conjugation

English
26 examples
This verb can also mean the following: chat idly, chat

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
shoot the breeze
shoot the breeze
shoots the breeze
shoot the breeze
shoot the breeze
shoot the breeze
Future Simple
will shoot the breeze
will shoot the breeze
will shoot the breeze
will shoot the breeze
will shoot the breeze
will shoot the breeze
Past Simple
shot the breeze
shot the breeze
shot the breeze
shot the breeze
shot the breeze
shot the breeze
Conditional Simple
would shoot the breeze
would shoot the breeze
would shoot the breeze
would shoot the breeze
would shoot the breeze
would shoot the breeze
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am shooting the breeze
are shooting the breeze
is shooting the breeze
are shooting the breeze
are shooting the breeze
are shooting the breeze
Future Progressive
will be shooting the breeze
will be shooting the breeze
will be shooting the breeze
will be shooting the breeze
will be shooting the breeze
will be shooting the breeze
Past Progressive
was shooting the breeze
were shooting the breeze
was shooting the breeze
were shooting the breeze
were shooting the breeze
were shooting the breeze
Conditional Progressive
would be shooting the breeze
would be shooting the breeze
would be shooting the breeze
would be shooting the breeze
would be shooting the breeze
would be shooting the breeze
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have shot the breeze
have shot the breeze
has shot the breeze
have shot the breeze
have shot the breeze
have shot the breeze
Future Perfect
will have shot the breeze
will have shot the breeze
will have shot the breeze
will have shot the breeze
will have shot the breeze
will have shot the breeze
Past Perfect
had shot the breeze
had shot the breeze
had shot the breeze
had shot the breeze
had shot the breeze
had shot the breeze
Conditional Perfect
would have shot the breeze
would have shot the breeze
would have shot the breeze
would have shot the breeze
would have shot the breeze
would have shot the breeze
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been shooting the breeze
have been shooting the breeze
has been shooting the breeze
have been shooting the breeze
have been shooting the breeze
have been shooting the breeze
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been shooting the breeze
will have been shooting the breeze
will have been shooting the breeze
will have been shooting the breeze
will have been shooting the breeze
will have been shooting the breeze
Past Perfect Progressive
had been shooting the breeze
had been shooting the breeze
had been shooting the breeze
had been shooting the breeze
had been shooting the breeze
had been shooting the breeze
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been shooting the breeze
would have been shooting the breeze
would have been shooting the breeze
would have been shooting the breeze
would have been shooting the breeze
would have been shooting the breeze

Examples of shoot the breeze

Example in English
Chip, chop it up, shoot the breeze
He came in last month, just to shoot the breeze.
Appreciate that. You guys picked a hell of a time to shoot the breeze.
Are we gonna do some business, or just stand here and shoot the breeze all fucking day?
Come to shoot the breeze?
Chip, chop it up, shoot the breeze
He came in last month, just to shoot the breeze.
Appreciate that. You guys picked a hell of a time to shoot the breeze.
Are we gonna do some business, or just stand here and shoot the breeze all fucking day?
Come to shoot the breeze?
I was sittin' between takes, he comes over, shoots the breeze just like one of the guys.
I was sittin' between takes, he comes over, shoots the breeze just like one of the guys.
Just shooting the breeze here, all right?
After shooting the breeze with Wolfgang, I went to check out the address I'd found in Gabriel's office.
Ah, shooting the breeze.
Am I being charged with something here, or are we just shooting the breeze?
And I'm talking to the guy one day- you know, not as a doctor, just shooting the breeze.
Vince and I broke bread. We shot the breeze.
You and I spent some time together And shot the breeze once in a while.
Just shooting the breeze here, all right?
After shooting the breeze with Wolfgang, I went to check out the address I'd found in Gabriel's office.
Ah, shooting the breeze.
Am I being charged with something here, or are we just shooting the breeze?
And I'm talking to the guy one day- you know, not as a doctor, just shooting the breeze.
Vince and I broke bread. We shot the breeze.
You and I spent some time together And shot the breeze once in a while.

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