Stoti (to stand up) conjugation

Lithuanian
2 examples
This verb takes on the case: kur?

Conjugation of eiti

Tu
Jis/ji
Mes
Jūs
Jie/jos
Present tense
stoju
stand up
stoji
stand up
stoja
stands up
stojame
stand up
stojate
stand up
stoja
stand up
Past tense
stojau
stood up
stojai
stood up
stojo
stood up
stojome
stood up
stojote
stood up
stojo
stood up
Future tense
stodavau
will stand up
stodavai
will stand up
stodavo
will stand up
stodavome
will stand up
stodavote
will stand up
stodavo
will stand up
Conditional mood
stočiau
would stand up
stotum
would stand up
stotų
would stand up
stotume
would stand up
stotute
would stand up
stotų
would stand up
Tu
Jūs
Imperative mood
stok
you stand up
stokite
you all stand up

Examples of stoti

Example in LithuanianTranslation in English
Niekas nesiryžtų stoti prieš Rikį Brauną.Nobody would be crazy enough to stand up to Ricky Brown.
- Klausyk, kas nors turi stoti į kovą su Vincu.- Look, someone needs to stand up to Vince.

More Lithuanian verbs

Related

apsistoti
stay
apstoti
surround
atsistoti
stand up
atstoti
substitute
įstoti
get in (a college)
nustoti
stop
pastoti
get pregnant
pristoti
pester
sustoti
stop
užstoti
stand up (for somebody)

Similar

duoti
give
groti
play an instrument
kloti
lay
klotis
luck
ploti
clap
segti
buckle
segtis
fasten
sekti
run low
sektis
go well
semti
scoop
semtis
draw (something out of somewhere)
senti
become old
sėsti
sit down
sėstis
sit down
sieti
relate
sietis
be related
siūti
sew
spėti
make it (in time)
stigti
lack
stipti
die
stotis
stand up
stumti
push
sukti
turn
suktis
turn
supti
surround
suptis
swing

Similar but longer

apstoti
surround
atstoti
substitute
įstoti
get in (a college)
nustoti
stop
pastoti
get pregnant
styroti
stick out
stokoti
lack
storėti
fatten
stovėti
be standing
sustoti
stop
užstoti
stand up (for somebody)

Random

apglėbti
embrace
atnarplioti
unravel
čežti
wilt
girtis
boast
godėti
treat (someone)
išstumti
displace
pažeminti
lower
persvarstyti
revise
prievartauti
rape
tear
plėšiu

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