pillar


pillar
pillar
Se conjuga como: amar
Infinitivo:
Gerundio:
Participio:
pillar
pillando
pillado
   
Indicativo
  presente imperfecto pretérito futuro condicional
yo

él, ella, Ud.
nosotros
vosotros
ellos, ellas, Uds.
pillo
pillas
pilla
pillamos
pilláis
pillan
pillaba
pillabas
pillaba
pillábamos
pillabais
pillaban
pillé
pillaste
pilló
pillamos
pillasteis
pillaron
pillaré
pillarás
pillará
pillaremos
pillaréis
pillarán
pillaría
pillarías
pillaría
pillaríamos
pillaríais
pillarían
Tiempos compuestos comunes
  pretérito perfecto pluscuamperfecto futuro perfecto condicional perfecto
yo

él, ella, Ud.
nosotros
vosotros
ellos, ellas, Uds.
he pillado
has pillado
ha pillado
hemos pillado
habéis pillado
han pillado
había pillado
habías pillado
había pillado
habíamos pillado
habíais pillado
habían pillado
habré pillado
habrás pillado
habrá pillado
habremos pillado
habréis pillado
habrán pillado
habría pillado
habrías pillado
habría pillado
habríamos pillado
habríais pillado
habrían pillado
Subjuntivo
  presente imperfecto futuro
yo

él, ella, Ud.
nosotros
vosotros
ellos, ellas, Uds.
pille
pilles
pille
pillemos
pilléis
pillen
pillara o pillase
pillaras o pillases
pillara o pillase
pilláramos o pillásemos
pillarais o pillaseis
pillaran o pillasen
pillare
pillares
pillare
pilláremos
pillareis
pillaren
Imperativo
  presente        
(yo)
(tú)
(usted)
(nosotros)
(vosotros)
(ustedes)
-
pilla
pille
pillemos
pillad
pillen
       

Wordreference Spanish Conjugations Dictionary. 2013.

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  • pillar — [pil′ər] n. [ME piler < OFr < VL * pilare < L pila, column] 1. a long, slender, vertical structure used to support a superstructure; column 2. such a column standing alone as a monument 3. anything like a pillar in form or function, as a …   English World dictionary


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