Take stock conjugation

English
34 examples
This verb can also mean the following: size up something, scrutinize, new york times, assess a situation

Conjugation of eiti

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Present Simple
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Future Simple
will take stock
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Past Simple
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Conditional Simple
would take stock
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Present Progressive
am taking stock
are taking stock
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Future Progressive
will be taking stock
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Past Progressive
was taking stock
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Conditional Progressive
would be taking stock
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Present Perfect
have taken stock
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Future Perfect
will have taken stock
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Past Perfect
had taken stock
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Conditional Perfect
would have taken stock
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Present Perfect Progressive
have been taking stock
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Future Perfect Progressive
will have been taking stock
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Past Perfect Progressive
had been taking stock
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Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been taking stock
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Examples of take stock

Example in English
But not too fast." He wanted to be sure to die, but to have t me to ponder his errors, to take stock, so to speak.
Slow down, take stock, appreciate what you have, use all your senses."
'It is when we take stock, 'when we measure joy and pain.
Well, will you take stock of this place?
A mind that has evolved to have the ability to reflect back on ourselves to take stock of our own existence.
But not too fast." He wanted to be sure to die, but to have t me to ponder his errors, to take stock, so to speak.
Slow down, take stock, appreciate what you have, use all your senses."
'It is when we take stock, 'when we measure joy and pain.
Well, will you take stock of this place?
A mind that has evolved to have the ability to reflect back on ourselves to take stock of our own existence.
While waiting for the police to show up, he takes stock of the lampposts the white cars, the fern trees.
While waiting for the police to show up, he takes stock of the lampposts the white cars, the fern trees.
You took stock this morning.
And they now began to craft an album that took stock of what had been won and lost on the way.
Because of that people took stock in what you say.
But one day I took stock of my life and-- Screw it.
I don't know, cross section of material, we took stock, so to speak.
You took stock this morning.
And they now began to craft an album that took stock of what had been won and lost on the way.
Because of that people took stock in what you say.
But one day I took stock of my life and-- Screw it.
I don't know, cross section of material, we took stock, so to speak.
I've just taken stock of myself.
You are now taking stock of chickens.
After taking stock of the meagre provisions allowed us, I have decided to make for the island of Tafuha in the hope of supplementing our supplies of food and water.
And him taking stock of local operations tells me the Guerrero Cartel wants a seat at the table running the second biggest city in America.
But here in homestead, taking stock means waiting... waiting for loved ones who are still missing.
But right now, I'm taking stock of what I have, and I'm feeling pretty grateful.
I've just taken stock of myself.
You are now taking stock of chickens.
After taking stock of the meagre provisions allowed us, I have decided to make for the island of Tafuha in the hope of supplementing our supplies of food and water.
And him taking stock of local operations tells me the Guerrero Cartel wants a seat at the table running the second biggest city in America.
But here in homestead, taking stock means waiting... waiting for loved ones who are still missing.
But right now, I'm taking stock of what I have, and I'm feeling pretty grateful.

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