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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of conjugated

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of conjugated:

Derived Form of conjugated

root word: conjugate
third person: conjugates
past: conjugated
past participle: conjugated
present participle: conjugating
comparitive: more conjugated
superlative: most conjugated
Verb: conjugate
unite chemically so that the product is easily broken down into the original compounds
Type ofblended, coalesced, combined, commingled, conflated, fluxed, fused, immixed, melded, merged, mixed,
add inflections showing person, number, gender, tense, aspect, etc.
Type ofinflected,
See alsoconjugation,
undergo conjugation
Type ofchanged,
See alsoconjugation,
formed by the union of two compounds
joined together especially in a pair or pairs
Synonymsconjugate, coupled,
of an organic compound; containing two or more double bonds each separated from the other by a single bond

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  1. Conjugated into the conjugated bilirubin
  2. So, when I use the did, the used to is actually conjugated in the present simple, so I take
  3. the conjugated form...
  4. its constructed with the SUBJECT + TO BE (conjugated) + GOING TO + the ROOT VERB
  5. All verbs are conjugated the same.
  6. Of course, they're not conjugated exactly the same but the tenses function in the same way.
  7. The one in Dutch is conjugated for first person singular. But Afrikaans verbs don't change according to personal number
  8. because the verb is conjugated for person and number.
  9. And notice that the object pronoun comes before the conjugated verb.
  10. The verb tenses use and the way that verbs are conjugated is really quite similar in both languages.
  11. In this sentence we see a modal verb meaning must. Just like other verbs, this modal verb is conjugated for the subject, in this case,
  12. when verbs are verlanized they can't be conjugated so verbs are only used in these forms the infinitive the
  13. conjugated for the third person singular
  14. not conjugated at all the verb Mira will
  15. not conjugated so the subject pronoun is
  16. Dina is a regular verb meaning to have lunch, and here it's conjugated in the third-person singular for the present tense.
  17. In general, the way that Catalan verbs are conjugated is quite similar to other Romance languages except that the exact forms are somewhat different.
  18. conjugated for gender in the past tense. In the first and second person singular
  19. inanimate object or animal will be conjugated the same as for feminine or
  20. conjugated for past or non past and for