Завязать [Zavyazat'] (to tie up) conjugation

Russian
perfective
4 examples
This verb can also mean the following: stick, strike up, quit, get stuck, fasten, get, start.
This verb's imperfective counterparts: завязывать, завязнуть

Conjugation of eiti

Я
Ты
Он/она
Мы
Вы
Они
Future tense
завяжу
zavjazhu
I will tie up
завяжешь
zavjazhesh'
you will tie up
завяжет
zavjazhet
he/she will tie up
завяжем
zavjazhem
we will tie up
завяжете
zavjazhete
you all will tie up
завяжут
zavjazhut
they will tie up
Perfective Imperative mood
-
завяжи
zavjazhi
tie up
-
-
завяжите
zavjazhite
tie up
-
Он
Она
Оно
Они
Perfective Past tense
завязал
zavjazal
he did up
завязала
zavjazala
she did up
завязало
zavjazalo
it did up
завязали
zavjazali
they did up
Conditional
завязал бы
zavjazal by
He would tie up
завязала бы
zavjazala by
She would tie up
завязало бы
zavjazalo by
It would tie up
завязали бы
zavjazali by
They would tie up
Pres. Act.
Past Act.
Pres. Pass.
Past Pass.
Present Adv.
Past Adv.
Participles
завязавший
zavjazavšij
one who tied up
завязанный
zavjazannyj
one who was tied up
завязав
zavjazav
while tying up

Examples of завязать

Example in RussianTranslation in English
Они спорят из-за денег или, может быть Джонс хочет завязать.There's a dispute over money or maybe Jones wants to tie up loose ends.
Что-то насчёт "завязать" и "концов в воду с самого утра".Something about having to tie up loose ends in the morning.
Департамент завязал из-за марша.We are. The department's tied up covering this march.
Может быть, но я с этим бизнесом завязал.Maybe, but I'm tied up with this business.

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