Censar (to take a census) conjugation

Spanish
4 examples

Conjugation of eiti

Yo
Tu
Él/ell(a/o)/ Usted
Nosotr(os/as)
Vosotr(os/as)
Ell(os/as)
Present tense
censo
I take a census
censas
you take a census
censa
he/she/it takes a census
censamos
we take a census
censáis
you all take a census
censan
they take a census
Present perfect tense
he censado
I have taken a census
has censado
you have taken a census
ha censado
he/she/it has taken a census
hemos censado
we have taken a census
habéis censado
you all have taken a census
han censado
they have taken a census
Past preterite tense
censé
I took a census
censaste
you took a census
censó
he/she/it took a census
censamos
we took a census
censasteis
you all took a census
censaron
they took a census
Future tense
censaré
I will take a census
censarás
you will take a census
censará
he/she/it will take a census
censaremos
we will take a census
censaréis
you all will take a census
censarán
they will take a census
Yo
Tu
Él/ell(a/o)/ Usted
Nosotr(os/as)
Vosotr(os/as)
Ell(os/as)
Conditional mood
censaría
I would take a census
censarías
you would take a census
censaría
he/she/it would take a census
censaríamos
we would take a census
censaríais
you all would take a census
censarían
they would take a census
Past imperfect tense
censaba
I used to take a census
censabas
you used to take a census
censaba
he/she/it used to take a census
censábamos
we used to take a census
censabais
you all used to take a census
censaban
they used to take a census
Past perfect tense
había censado
I had taken a census
habías censado
you had taken a census
había censado
he/she/it had taken a census
habíamos censado
we had taken a census
habíais censado
you all had taken a census
habían censado
they had taken a census
Future perfect tense
habré censado
I will have taken a census
habrás censado
you will have taken a census
habrá censado
he/she/it will have taken a census
habremos censado
we will have taken a census
habréis censado
you all will have taken a census
habrán censado
they will have taken a census
Yo
Tu
Él/ell(a/o)/ Usted
Nosotr(os/as)
Vosotr(os/as)
Ell(os/as)
Present subjunctive tense
cense
(if/so that) I take a census
censes
(if/so that) you take a census
cense
(if/so that) he/she/it take a census
censemos
(if/so that) we take a census
censéis
(if/so that) you all take a census
censen
(if/so that) they take a census
Present perfect subjunctive tense
haya censado
I have taken a census
hayas censado
you have taken a census
haya censado
he/she/it has taken a census
hayamos censado
we have taken a census
hayáis censado
you all have taken a census
hayan censado
they have taken a census
Past imperfect subjunctive tense
censara
(if/so that) I have taken a census
censaras
(if/so that) you have taken a census
censara
(if/so that) he/she/it have taken a census
censáramos
(if/so that) we have taken a census
censarais
(if/so that) you all have taken a census
censaran
(if/so that) they have taken a census
Past imperfect subjunctive (second) tense
censase
(if/so that) I have taken a census
censases
(if/so that) you have taken a census
censase
(if/so that) he/she/it have taken a census
censásemos
(if/so that) we have taken a census
censaseis
(if/so that) you all have taken a census
censasen
(if/so that) they have taken a census
Yo
Tu
Él/ell(a/o)/ Usted
Nosotr(os/as)
Vosotr(os/as)
Ell(os/as)
Past perfect subjunctive tense
hubiera censado
I had taken a census
hubieras censado
you had taken a census
hubiera censado
he/she/it had taken a census
hubiéramos censado
we had taken a census
hubierais censado
you all had taken a census
hubieran censado
they had taken a census
Past perfect subjunctive (second) tense
hubiese censado
I had taken a census
hubieses censado
you had taken a census
hubiese censado
he/she/it had taken a census
hubiésemos censado
we had taken a census
hubieseis censado
you all had taken a census
hubiesen censado
they had taken a census
Future subjunctive tense
censare
(if/so that) I will have taken a census
censares
(if/so that) you will have taken a census
censare
(if/so that) he/she/it will have taken a census
censáremos
(if/so that) we will have taken a census
censareis
(if/so that) you all will have taken a census
censaren
(if/so that) they will have taken a census
Future perfect subjunctive tense
hubiere censado
I will have taken a census
hubieres censado
you will have taken a census
hubiere censado
he/she/it will have taken a census
hubiéremos censado
we will have taken a census
hubiereis censado
you all will have taken a census
hubieren censado
they will have taken a census
Tu
Él/ell(a/o)/ Usted
Nosotr(os/as)
Vosotr(os/as)
Ell(os/as)
Imperative mood
censa
take a census!
cense
take a census!
censemos
let's take a census!
censad
take a census!
censen
take a census!
Imperative negative mood
no censes
do not take a census!
no cense
let him/her/it take a census!
no censemos
let us not take a census!
no censéis
do not take a census!
no censen
do not take a census!

Examples of censar

Example in SpanishTranslation in English
- Ud. ha dicho que necesita a alguien para censar gorilas.- You just said you need someone to take a census of the gorillas.
No tuve tiempo para hacer un censo y no puedo ordenarle a nadie que haga esto.I didn't have time to take a census. I can't order anyone to do this.
Usted impartirá un toque de queda y hará un nuevo censo. ¿Qué más?You'll establish a curfew, and take a census! What next, Lt?
Y podría hacer un censo de todos los rostros que he visto y todos los muertos cuyas tumbas he contemplado.And if I could take a census Of all the American faces I have seen And of all the dead whose graves I have looked on--

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