Affiatarsi (to do) conjugation

Italian
6 examples
This verb can also mean the following: get on well together, get to know one another, get

Conjugation of eiti

Io
Tu
Egli/ella/esso
Noi
Voi
Loro
Present tense
mi affiato
I do
ti affiati
you do
si affiata
he/she/it does
ci affiatiamo
we do
vi affiatate
you all do
si affiatano
they do
Present perfect tense
mi sono affiatato
I have done
ti sei affiatato
you have done
si è affiatato
he/she/it has done
ci siamo affiatati
we have done
vi siete affiatati
you all have done
si sono affiatati
they have done
Past preterite tense
mi affiatai
I did
ti affiatasti
you did
si affiatò
he/she/it did
ci affiatammo
we did
vi affiataste
you all did
si affiatarono
they did
Future tense
mi affiaterò
I will do
ti affiaterai
you will do
si affiaterà
he/she/it will do
ci affiateremo
we will do
vi affiaterete
you all will do
si affiateranno
they will do
Io
Tu
Egli/ella/esso
Noi
Voi
Loro
Conditional mood
mi affiaterei
I would do
ti affiateresti
you would do
si affiaterebbe
he/she/it would do
ci affiateremmo
we would do
vi affiatereste
you all would do
si affiaterebbero
they would do
Past impf. tense
mi affiatavo
I used to do
ti affiatavi
you used to do
si affiatava
he/she/it used to do
ci affiatavamo
we used to do
vi affiatavate
you all used to do
si affiatavano
they used to do
Past perfect tense
mi ero affiatato
I had done
ti eri affiatato
you had done
si era affiatato
he/she/it had done
ci eravamo affiatati
we had done
vi eravate affiatati
you all had done
si erano affiatati
they had done
Future perfect tense
mi sarò affiatato
I will have done
ti sarai affiatato
you will have done
si sarà affiatato
he/she/it will have done
ci saremo affiatati
we will have done
vi sarete affiatati
you all will have done
si saranno affiatati
they will have done
Io
Tu
Egli/ella/esso
Noi
Voi
Loro
Present subjunctive tense
mi affiati
(if/so that) I do
ti affiati
(if/so that) you do
si affiati
(if/so that) he/she/it do
ci affiatiamo
(if/so that) we do
vi affiatiate
(if/so that) you all do
si affiatino
(if/so that) they do
Present perf. subjunctive tense
mi sia affiatato
I have done
ti sia affiatato
you have done
si sia affiatato
he/she/it has done
ci siamo affiatati
we have done
vi siate affiatati
you all have done
si siano affiatati
they have done
Imperative mood
-
affiatati
do!
si affiati
do!
affiatiamoci
let's do!
affiatatevi
do!
si affiatino
do!
Conditional perfect tense
mi sarei affiatato
I would have done
ti saresti affiatato
you would have done
si sarebbe affiatato
he/she/it would have done
ci saremmo affiatati
we would have done
vi sareste affiatati
you all would have done
si sarebbero affiatati
they would have done

Examples of affiatarsi

Example in ItalianTranslation in English
- Sì, lo so, ma ci vogliono anni per affiatarsi, l'hai sempre detto.I know it but it takes years to build a good team. You've always said that. And there's a lot of excitement in doing it.
Buon conversatore, Crampas raccontava storielle di guerra e di guarnigione... e anche qualche curioso aneddoto su Innstetten che, sempre serio e abbottonato, non era mai riuscito ad affiatarsi con l'esuberanza dei commilitoni... così da esser sempre piuttosto rispettato, che non amato.A good conversationalist... Crampas would tell stories about war and his regiment... and anecdotes about Innstetten... who, with his earnestness and reserve... had never fitted into the spirited circle of his comrades... so that he had been respected rather than held in affection.
- Lo dico io, e non m'importa proprio quanto siete affiatati, perche' non sprechera' piu' niente del suo prezioso tempo per le vostre fughe infantili.I'm saying that, and I really don't care how close you two used to be, because he's not gonna be wasting any more of his valuable time on your childish escapades, and if you so much as call him,
Credo sia stato difficile per lui essere adottato senza Callie, ma... sono sempre molto affiatati.I think it was hard for him to get adopted without Callie, but it doesn't change how close they are.
E Woellersdorf, l'unico con cui ci siamo un po' affiatati, purtroppo è scapolo.And Woellersdorf... the only person we know better... is a bachelor unfortunately.
Non sembrano particolarmente affiatati, vero?They don't seem especially close, do they?

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