Verbo "to constrain" - coniugazione verbi inglesi

Infinito:to constrain (constrained|constrained) Conjugation of constrain (Export PDF)

Verbo "to constrain"

Present
Iconstrain
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youconstrain
theyconstrain
Present continuous
Iam constraining
youare constraining
he/she/itis constraining
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Simple past
Iconstrained
youconstrained
he/she/itconstrained
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theyconstrained
Past continuous
Iwas constraining
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Present perfect
Ihave constrained
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Present perfect continuous
Ihave been constraining
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Past perfect
Ihad constrained
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he/she/ithad constrained
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Past perfect continuous
Ihad been constraining
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Future
Iwill constrain
youwill constrain
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Future continuous
Iwill be constraining
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Future perfect
Iwill have constrained
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Future perfect continuous
Iwill have been constraining
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Conditional present
Iwould constrain
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Conditional perfect
Iwould have constrained
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Conditional present progressive
Iwould be constraining
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he/she/itwould be constraining
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Conditional perfect progressive
Iwould have been constraining
youwould have been constraining
he/she/itwould have been constraining
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youwould have been constraining
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Present subjunctive
Iconstrain
youconstrain
he/she/itconstrain
weconstrain
youconstrain
theyconstrain
Past subjunctive
Iconstrained
youconstrained
he/she/itconstrained
weconstrained
youconstrained
theyconstrained
Past perfect subjunctive
Ihad constrained
youhad constrained
he/she/ithad constrained
wehad constrained
youhad constrained
theyhad constrained
Imperative
youconstrain
weLet´s constrain
youconstrain
Present participle
constraining
Past participle
constrained

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Traduzione (Italiano) di "to constrain"

Esempi di frasi (Inglese) con "to constrain"

We need to constrain them, not develop them.
In my opinion, it is better to convince than to constrain.
We've got to constrain income, the bonus culture incomes at the top.
We did not support those amendments which aimed to constrain quota increases.
I am not a fan of globalisation, I am simply saying that it is there, we cannot constrain it.
The latter will be useful. Its aim will not be to constrain local authorities, but rather to help them.
Increased bureaucracy and interference in contracts between companies will constrain the labour market.
It cannot, therefore, be right that we respond to the challenges of the new world of e-commerce by seeking to limit or constrain those rights.
We cannot constrain the next Parliament and prevent it from exercising its budgetary powers by a simple majority agreement.
Such statements by politicians who want to protect and constrain firms during times of crisis are completely unjustifiable.
Such a priority should, of course, be seriously taken into account initially in the context of competitions for posts, but it must not constrain the actual outcome in practice.
Korea is in fact known to be keeping in force certain laws that contain major plant-health restrictions, which severely constrain our agricultural producers.
At the same time, several national laws constrain surveillance. Thus, surveillance cannot be used in the case of second-degree crimes, and data protection is also often an obstruction.
This proposal does not excessively constrain action by the Member States, and it should also lead to significantly less subjective error and fewer accidents.
Mr President, a year ago Mr John Bolton, the Deputy US Secretary of State, said that the sole purpose of the International Criminal Court was to constrain American military power.