Сражать [Srazhat'] (to strike) conjugation

Russian
imperfective
2 examples
This verb can also mean the following: hit, crush, defeat, smite.
This verb's perfective counterpart: сразить

Conjugation of eiti

Я
Ты
Он/она
Мы
Вы
Они
Present tense
сражаю
srazhaju
I strike
сражаешь
srazhaesh'
you strike
сражает
srazhaet
he/she strikes
сражаем
srazhaem
we strike
сражаете
srazhaete
you all strike
сражают
srazhajut
they strike
Imperfective Imperative mood
-
сражай
srazhaj
strike
-
-
сражайте
srazhajte
strike
-
Он
Она
Оно
Они
Imperfective Past tense
сражал
srazhal
he struck
сражала
srazhala
she struck
сражало
srazhalo
it struck
сражали
srazhali
they struck
Conditional
сражал бы
sražal by
He would strike
сражала бы
sražala by
She would strike
сражало бы
sražalo by
It would strike
сражали бы
sražali by
They would strike
Pres. Act.
Past Act.
Pres. Pass.
Past Pass.
Present Adv.
Past Adv.
Participles
сражающий
sražajuščij
one who strikes
сражавший
sražavšij
one who struck
сражаемый
sražajemyj
one who is struck
сражая
sražaja
striking
сражав
sražav
while striking

Examples of сражать

Example in RussianTranslation in English
Долго я приходил в себя и всё ради безумия, называемого любовью оно равно сражает нищего и короля.It took me nine moons to recover and all for this lunacy called love this mad distemper, that strikes down both beggar and king.
"Ах, моего мужа прежде не сражало головокружение так внезапно, - никак, его ведьма сглазила!""Oh, my husband could not have been struck by dizziness so suddenly, unless a sorceress had bewitched him!"

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