Collassare (to collapse something) conjugation

Italian
This verb can also mean the following: suffer, suffer a collapse

Conjugation of eiti

Io
Tu
Egli/ella/esso
Noi
Voi
Loro
Present tense
collasso
I collapse something
collassi
you collapse something
collassa
he/she/it collapses something
collassiamo
we collapse something
collassate
you all collapse something
collassano
they collapse something
Present perfect tense
ho collassato
I have collapsed something
hai collassato
you have collapsed something
ha collassato
he/she/it has collapsed something
abbiamo collassato
we have collapsed something
avete collassato
you all have collapsed something
hanno collassato
they have collapsed something
Past preterite tense
collassai
I collapsed something
collassasti
you collapsed something
collassò
he/she/it collapsed something
collassammo
we collapsed something
collassaste
you all collapsed something
collassarono
they collapsed something
Future tense
collasserò
I will collapse something
collasserai
you will collapse something
collasserà
he/she/it will collapse something
collasseremo
we will collapse something
collasserete
you all will collapse something
collasseranno
they will collapse something
Io
Tu
Egli/ella/esso
Noi
Voi
Loro
Conditional mood
collasserei
I would collapse something
collasseresti
you would collapse something
collasserebbe
he/she/it would collapse something
collasseremmo
we would collapse something
collassereste
you all would collapse something
collasserebbero
they would collapse something
Past impf. tense
collassavo
I used to collapse something
collassavi
you used to collapse something
collassava
he/she/it used to collapse something
collassavamo
we used to collapse something
collassavate
you all used to collapse something
collassavano
they used to collapse something
Past perfect tense
avevo collassato
I had collapsed something
avevi collassato
you had collapsed something
aveva collassato
he/she/it had collapsed something
avevamo collassato
we had collapsed something
avevate collassato
you all had collapsed something
avevano collassato
they had collapsed something
Future perfect tense
avrò collassato
I will have collapsed something
avrai collassato
you will have collapsed something
avrà collassato
he/she/it will have collapsed something
avremo collassato
we will have collapsed something
avrete collassato
you all will have collapsed something
avranno collassato
they will have collapsed something
Io
Tu
Egli/ella/esso
Noi
Voi
Loro
Present subjunctive tense
collassi
(if/so that) I collapse something
collassi
(if/so that) you collapse something
collassi
(if/so that) he/she/it collapse something
collassiamo
(if/so that) we collapse something
collassiate
(if/so that) you all collapse something
collassino
(if/so that) they collapse something
Present perf. subjunctive tense
abbia collassato
I have collapsed something
abbia collassato
you have collapsed something
abbia collassato
he/she/it has collapsed something
abbiamo collassato
we have collapsed something
abbiate collassato
you all have collapsed something
abbiano collassato
they have collapsed something
Imperative mood
-
collassa
collapse something!
collassi
collapse something!
collassiamo
let's collapse something!
collassate
collapse something!
collassino
collapse something!
Conditional perfect tense
avrei collassato
I would have collapsed something
avresti collassato
you would have collapsed something
avrebbe collassato
he/she/it would have collapsed something
avremmo collassato
we would have collapsed something
avreste collassato
you all would have collapsed something
avrebbero collassato
they would have collapsed something

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