Прыскать [Priskat'] (to burst into laughter) conjugation

Russian
imperfective
This verb can also mean the following: drizzle, sprinkle, dart, fall in small drops, dash.
This verb's perfective counterparts: прыснуть, попрыскать

Conjugation of eiti

Я
Ты
Он/она
Мы
Вы
Они
Present tense
прыщу
pryschu
I burst into laughter
прыщешь
pryschesh'
you burst into laughter
прыщет
pryschet
he/she bursts into laughter
прыщем
pryschem
we burst into laughter
прыщете
pryschete
you all burst into laughter
прыщут
pryschut
they burst into laughter
Imperfective Imperative mood
-
прыскай
pryskaj
burst into laughter
-
-
прыскайте
pryskajte
burst into laughter
-
Он
Она
Оно
Они
Imperfective Past tense
прыскал
pryskal
he burst into laughter
прыскала
pryskala
she burst into laughter
прыскало
pryskalo
it burst into laughter
прыскали
pryskali
they burst into laughter
Conditional
прыскал бы
pryskal by
He would burst into laughter
прыскала бы
pryskala by
She would burst into laughter
прыскало бы
pryskalo by
It would burst into laughter
прыскали бы
pryskali by
They would burst into laughter
Pres. Act.
Past Act.
Pres. Pass.
Past Pass.
Present Adv.
Past Adv.
Participles
прыщущий
pryščuščij
one who bursts into laughter
прыскавший
pryskavšij
one who burst into laughter
прыщемый
pryščemyj
one who is burst into laughter
прысканный
pryskannyj
one who was burst into laughter
прыская
pryskaja
bursting into laughter
прыскав
pryskav
while bursting into laughter

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взыскать
exact
обыскать
search
отыскать
find
плескать
splash
поискать
look for
прыснуть
burst into laughter

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