Take the count conjugation

English
20 examples
This verb can also mean the following: be, take, fail, be knocked out, take to opportunity to rest briefly after being knocked down but before being counted out by the referee, lose

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
take the count
take the count
takes the count
take the count
take the count
take the count
Future Simple
will take the count
will take the count
will take the count
will take the count
will take the count
will take the count
Past Simple
took the count
took the count
took the count
took the count
took the count
took the count
Conditional Simple
would take the count
would take the count
would take the count
would take the count
would take the count
would take the count
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am taking the count
are taking the count
is taking the count
are taking the count
are taking the count
are taking the count
Future Progressive
will be taking the count
will be taking the count
will be taking the count
will be taking the count
will be taking the count
will be taking the count
Past Progressive
was taking the count
were taking the count
was taking the count
were taking the count
were taking the count
were taking the count
Conditional Progressive
would be taking the count
would be taking the count
would be taking the count
would be taking the count
would be taking the count
would be taking the count
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have taken the count
have taken the count
has taken the count
have taken the count
have taken the count
have taken the count
Future Perfect
will have taken the count
will have taken the count
will have taken the count
will have taken the count
will have taken the count
will have taken the count
Past Perfect
had taken the count
had taken the count
had taken the count
had taken the count
had taken the count
had taken the count
Conditional Perfect
would have taken the count
would have taken the count
would have taken the count
would have taken the count
would have taken the count
would have taken the count
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been taking the count
have been taking the count
has been taking the count
have been taking the count
have been taking the count
have been taking the count
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been taking the count
will have been taking the count
will have been taking the count
will have been taking the count
will have been taking the count
will have been taking the count
Past Perfect Progressive
had been taking the count
had been taking the count
had been taking the count
had been taking the count
had been taking the count
had been taking the count
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been taking the count
would have been taking the count
would have been taking the count
would have been taking the count
would have been taking the count
would have been taking the count

Examples of take the count

Example in English
He was down in the last fight, too. La Motta watches Sugar Ray take the count from the referee.
No one seemed to take the count seriously, or what he did.
Now you take the count over there, He's english aristocracy, though nobody can prove it.
They say they'll take the count away in a straitjacket.
When I take the count, it'll be for my own mistakes.
He was down in the last fight, too. La Motta watches Sugar Ray take the count from the referee.
No one seemed to take the count seriously, or what he did.
Now you take the count over there, He's english aristocracy, though nobody can prove it.
They say they'll take the count away in a straitjacket.
When I take the count, it'll be for my own mistakes.
Battleship took the count in the third last night.
He wasn't satisfied, so the final wind up was he took the count.
I rushed outside and took the count rather quickly, I'm afraid.
Well, I tried to make light of it... but it stuck... and a week later, I took the count for the first time... and I joined up.
Battleship took the count in the third last night.
He wasn't satisfied, so the final wind up was he took the count.
I rushed outside and took the count rather quickly, I'm afraid.
Well, I tried to make light of it... but it stuck... and a week later, I took the count for the first time... and I joined up.
He's taking the count.
He's taking the count.

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