Fleuren (to brighten) conjugation

Dutch
14 examples

Conjugation of eiti

Ik
Jij/Je/U
Hij/Zij/Het
Wij/We
Jullie
Zij
Present tense
fleur
I brighten
fleurt
you brighten
fleurt
he/she/it brightens
fleuren
we brighten
fleuren
you all brighten
fleuren
they brighten
Present perfect tense
heb gefleurd
I have brightened
hebt gefleurd
you have brightened
heeft gefleurd
he/she/it has brightened
hebben gefleurd
we have brightened
hebben gefleurd
you all have brightened
hebben gefleurd
they have brightened
Past tense
fleurde
I brightened
fleurde
you brightened
fleurde
he/she/it brightened
fleurden
we brightened
fleurden
you all brightened
fleurden
they brightened
Future tense
zal fleuren
I will brighten
zult fleuren
you will brighten
zal fleuren
he/she/it will brighten
zullen fleuren
we will brighten
zullen fleuren
you all will brighten
zullen fleuren
they will brighten
Ik
Jij/Je/U
Hij/Zij/Het
Wij/We
Jullie
Zij
Conditional mood
zou fleuren
I would brighten
zou fleuren
you would brighten
zou fleuren
he/she/it would brighten
zouden fleuren
we would brighten
zouden fleuren
you all would brighten
zouden fleuren
they would brighten
Subjunctive mood
fleure
I brighten
fleure
you brighten
fleure
he/she/it brighten
fleure
we brighten
fleure
you all brighten
fleure
they brighten
Past perfect tense
had gefleurd
I had brightened
had gefleurd
you had brightened
had gefleurd
he/she/it had brightened
hadden gefleurd
we had brightened
hadden gefleurd
you all had brightened
hadden gefleurd
they had brightened
Future perf.
zal gefleurd hebben
I will have brightened
zal gefleurd hebben
you will have brightened
zal gefleurd hebben
he/she/it will have brightened
zullen gefleurd hebben
we will have brightened
zullen gefleurd hebben
you all will have brightened
zullen gefleurd hebben
they will have brightened
Ik
Jij/Je/U
Hij/Zij/Het
Wij/We
Jullie
Zij
Conditional perfect tense
zou gefleurd hebben
I would have brightened
zou gefleurd hebben
you would have brightened
zou gefleurd hebben
he/she/it would have brightened
zouden gefleurd hebben
we would have brightened
zouden gefleurd hebben
you all would have brightened
zouden gefleurd hebben
they would have brightened
Du
Ihr
Imperative mood
fleur
brighten
fleurt
brighten

Examples of fleuren

Example in DutchTranslation in English
- U kunt haar gezicht fleuren een beetje, in post-prod?- You can brighten her face a little, in post-prod?
Colleen lijkt ook weer op te fleuren.Of course. Uh, Colleen also seems to be brightening.
Een vrouw gaat haar moeder bezoeken... ze heeft een tas met boodschappen, en een bos bloemen, om de plek op te fleuren.A woman's going to visit her mother. She has a bag of groceries and a bouquet of flowers to brighten up the place.
Iets om je kamer op te fleuren.Somethin' to brighten up your room.
Ik bracht enkele raadsmannen mee om de kamer op te fleuren.I brought along some legal counsel to brighten up the room.
- Nu ik u zie, fleur ik weer helemaal op.- l was bored, but you brighten my day.
Het is hier zo donker. Ik dacht, ik fleur het wat voor je op.It's just so dark down here I thought I'd brighten it up.
Mensen, als jullie Grumpy rond zien fronsen, fleur zijn dag op door hem te kietelen.Folks, if you see Gus frowning around, brighten up his day by giving him a tickle.
"Uw cadeau fleurt onze ochtenden op."your gift brightens our mornings.
Die kleur fleurt de boel echt op.I like this color. It's brightening up the place.
Dit fleurt werkelijk mijn dag op.Honestly, this kind of brightened my day.
M'n dag fleurt op als ik je weg zie lopen.I like a man who brightens a room just by leaving it.
Niets anders fleurt de plaats van de moord beter op als de juiste grap.nothing brightens up a murder scene like the right zinger.
Niets zoals bloemen om een gevangenis op te fleure.Nothing like flowers to brighten up a jail.

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