Telescope conjugation

English
32 examples
This verb can also mean the following: slide, pass one within another, extend, come into collision, come, do, in such a manner that one runs into another

Conjugation of eiti

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Present Simple
telescope
telescope
telescopes
telescope
telescope
telescope
Future Simple
will telescope
will telescope
will telescope
will telescope
will telescope
will telescope
Past Simple
telescoped
telescoped
telescoped
telescoped
telescoped
telescoped
Conditional Simple
would telescope
would telescope
would telescope
would telescope
would telescope
would telescope
I
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Present Progressive
am telescoping
are telescoping
is telescoping
are telescoping
are telescoping
are telescoping
Future Progressive
will be telescoping
will be telescoping
will be telescoping
will be telescoping
will be telescoping
will be telescoping
Past Progressive
was telescoping
were telescoping
was telescoping
were telescoping
were telescoping
were telescoping
Conditional Progressive
would be telescoping
would be telescoping
would be telescoping
would be telescoping
would be telescoping
would be telescoping
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Present Perfect
have telescoped
have telescoped
has telescoped
have telescoped
have telescoped
have telescoped
Future Perfect
will have telescoped
will have telescoped
will have telescoped
will have telescoped
will have telescoped
will have telescoped
Past Perfect
had telescoped
had telescoped
had telescoped
had telescoped
had telescoped
had telescoped
Conditional Perfect
would have telescoped
would have telescoped
would have telescoped
would have telescoped
would have telescoped
would have telescoped
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Present Perfect Progressive
have been telescoping
have been telescoping
has been telescoping
have been telescoping
have been telescoping
have been telescoping
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been telescoping
will have been telescoping
will have been telescoping
will have been telescoping
will have been telescoping
will have been telescoping
Past Perfect Progressive
had been telescoping
had been telescoping
had been telescoping
had been telescoping
had been telescoping
had been telescoping
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been telescoping
would have been telescoping
would have been telescoping
would have been telescoping
would have been telescoping
would have been telescoping

Examples of telescope

Example in English
...we used to see through a telescope.
And that man who points with the telescope..."
Bastian returned to his telescope
Look through the telescope," as my friend said.
More telescope conception?"
...we used to see through a telescope.
And that man who points with the telescope..."
Bastian returned to his telescope
Look through the telescope," as my friend said.
More telescope conception?"
'I had been observing Mars for quite some time' through ground-based telescopes, and had noticed certain regions that were very changeable.
'I think of the astronomers of yesteryear - 'like Christiaan Huygens who discovered Titan 'and those after him, who spent their lives 'looking through telescopes, trying to eke out information 'about the solar system, and about Titan in particular - 'and feel a tremendous sense of sympathy for them.'
BOYLE) The information was really down to the ground. The optical telescopes sprang into action, to try to localise where this burst of energy had come from.
Its eyes should be telescopes.
52 years, and half of them in radio telescopes, mapping the stars.
'I had been observing Mars for quite some time' through ground-based telescopes, and had noticed certain regions that were very changeable.
'I think of the astronomers of yesteryear - 'like Christiaan Huygens who discovered Titan 'and those after him, who spent their lives 'looking through telescopes, trying to eke out information 'about the solar system, and about Titan in particular - 'and feel a tremendous sense of sympathy for them.'
BOYLE) The information was really down to the ground. The optical telescopes sprang into action, to try to localise where this burst of energy had come from.
Its eyes should be telescopes.
52 years, and half of them in radio telescopes, mapping the stars.
Time is distorted, jumbled, telescoped, accordioned, but there is a sense of time even so, and i remember things.
A telescoping baton to the back of the head.
And I think it was... - ..telescoping bolts.
I have something called a telescoping uterus.
It's a pristine 1978 Darth Vader with a double-telescoping lightsaber.
It's about, like, 20 feet high with these... these things, these telescoping arms.
Time is distorted, jumbled, telescoped, accordioned, but there is a sense of time even so, and i remember things.
A telescoping baton to the back of the head.
And I think it was... - ..telescoping bolts.
I have something called a telescoping uterus.
It's a pristine 1978 Darth Vader with a double-telescoping lightsaber.
It's about, like, 20 feet high with these... these things, these telescoping arms.

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