MEAN Past Tense, Present, Future, Participle Form - V1 V2 V3 V4 V5

V1 - Base Form mean
V2 - Past Form meant
V3 - Past Praticiple Form meant
V4 - Present Praticiple Form meaning
V5 - 3rd Person Singular: s/es Form means

Present Tense of MEAN

Present Simple Tense of MEAN in Sentences

l mean.

You mean.

He / She means.

We mean.

They mean.

Present Continious Tense of MEAN in Sentences

I am meaning.

You are meaning.

He / She is meaning.

We are meaning.

They are meaning.

Present Perfect Tense of MEAN in Sentences

I have meant.

You have meant.

He has meant.

We have meant.

You have meant.

They have meant.

Present Perfect Continious Tense of MEAN in Sentences

I have been meaning.

You have been meaning.

He has been meaning.

We have been meaning.

You have been meaning.

They have been meaning.

Past Tense of MEAN

Past Simple Tense of MEAN in Sentences

I meant.

You meant.

He / She meant.

We meant.

You meant.

They meant.

Past Continious Tense of MEAN in Sentences

I was meaning.

You were meaning.

He was meaning.

We were meaning.

You were meaning.

They were meaning.

Past Perfect Tense of MEAN in Sentences

I had meant.

You had meant.

He / She had meant.

We had meant.

They had meant.

Past Perfect Continious Tense of MEAN in Sentences

I had been meaning.

You had been meaning.

He had been meaning.

We had been meaning.

They had been meaning.

Future Tense of MEAN

Future Simple Tense of MEAN in Sentences

I will / shall mean.

You will mean.

He will mean.

We will / shall mean.

You will mean.

They will mean.

Future Continious Tense of MEAN in Sentences

I will / shall be meaning.

You will be meaning.

He / She will be meaning.

We will / shall be meaning.

They will be meaning.

Future Perfect Tense of MEAN in Sentences

I will / shall have meant.

You will have meant.

He will have meant.

We will / shall have meant.

They will have meant.

Future Perfect Continious Tense of MEAN in Sentences

I will / shall have been meaning.

You will have been meaning.

He / She will have been meaning.

We will / shall have been meaning.

They will have been meaning.

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FAQ - CONJUGATE VERB MEAN

What is the V1 V2 V3 V4 V5 of the verb "MEAN"?

  1. Base Form (V1) - "MEAN"
  2. Past Form (V2) - "MEANT"
  3. Past Praticiple (V3) - "MEANT"
  4. Present Praticiple (V4) - "MEANING"
  5. 3rd Person Singular: s/es/ed (V5) - "MEANS"

What is the Past Tense of the verb "MEAN"?

The past tense of the verb "MEAN" is "MEANT".

What is the Past Participle of the verb "MEAN"?

The Past Participle of the verb "MEAN" is "MEANT".

What is the Present Participle of the verb "MEAN"?

The Present Participle of the verb "MEAN" is "MEANING".

What is the 3rd Person Singular s/es/ed of the verb "MEAN"?

The 3rd Person Singular s/es/ed of the verb "MEAN" is "MEANS".

Verbs That Start With A - Z

English verbs starting with each letter the alphabet, from A-Z.

English Verbs That Start with A

V1 - Base FormV2 - Past FormV3 - Past Participle Form
abideabode/abidedabode/abided
arisearosearisen
awakeawokeawoken
askaskedasked
approachapproachedapproached
adjustadjustedadjusted
attackattackedattacked
admireadmiredadmired
allowallowedallowed
animateanimatedanimated

English Verbs That Start with B

bitebitbitten
breakbrokebroken
buildbuiltbuilt
beginbeganbegun
beholdbeheldbeheld
bendbentbent
besetbesetbeset
bindboundbound
blowblewblown
burstburstburst

English Verbs That Start with C

capturecapturedcaptured
catchcaughtcaught
choosechosechosen
chidechid/chidedchid/chidden/
callcalledcalled
comecamecome
costcostcost
climbclimbedclimbed
cutcutcut
confessconfessedconfessed

English Verbs That Start with D

divedove/diveddived
dodiddone
drawdrewdrawn
drivedrovedriven
dancedanceddanced
designdesigneddesigned
deliverdelivereddelivered
defenddefendeddefended
discussdiscusseddiscussed
decliamdecliameddecliamed

English Verbs That Start with E

executeexecutedexecuted
educateeducatededucated
escapeescapedescaped
exploreexploredexplored
eliminateeliminatedeliminated
entertainentertainedentertained
encryptencryptedencrypted
endorseendorsedendorsed
endowendowedendowed
eatateeaten

English Verbs That Start with F

followfollowedfollowed
fallfellfallen
feedfedfed
feelfeltfelt
fightfoughtfought
findfoundfound
fitfitted/fitfitted/fit
flyflewflown
forgetforgotforgotten
forgiveforgaveforgiven

English Verbs That Start with G

getgotgot/gotten
gildgildedgilded
girdgirt/girdedgirt/girded
givegavegiven
gowentgone
greetgreetedgreeted
guessguessedguessed
gathergatheredgathered
grabgrabbedgrabbed
growgrewgrown

English Verbs That Start with H

hidehidhidden
hithithit
hurthurthurt
hanghunghung
havehadhad
holdheldheld
handlehandledhandled
harmharmedharmed
hunthuntedhunted
hearheardheard

English Verbs That Start with I

inputinputinput
insetinsettedinsetted
inventinventedinvented
improveimprovedimproved
inspireinspiredinspired
includeincludedincluded
informinformedinformed
impressimpressedimpressed
interfereinterferedinterfered
impactimpactedimpacted

English Verbs That Start with J

jumpjumpedjumped
judgejudgedjudged
joinjoinedjoined
justifyjustifiedjustified
jamjammedjammed
jagjaggedjagged
jokejokedjoked
junkjunkedjunked
jointjointedjointed
jutjuttedjutted

English Verbs That Start with K

keepkeptkept
kneelkneltknelt
knitknittedknitted
knowknewknown
kickkickedkicked
kidnapkidnapedkidnaped
kindlekindledkindled
kneekneedkneed
knifeknifedknifed
keenkeenedkeened

English Verbs That Start with L

laylaidlaid
leadledled
learnlearntlearnt
lielaylain
lightlightedlighted
loselostlost
laughlaughedlaughed
launchlaunchedlaunched
laudlaudedlauded
lamblambedlambed

English Verbs That Start with M

makemademade
meanmeantmeant
meetmetmet
managemanagedmanaged
memorizememorizedmemorized
motivatemotivatedmotivated
modifymodifiedmodified
multiplymultipliedmultiplied
meditatemeditatedmeditated
mentionmentionedmentioned

English Verbs That Start with N

needneededneeded
noticenoticednoticed
navigatenavigatednavigated
nominatenominatednominated
nursenursednursed
namenamednamed
nuturenuturednutured
neglectneglectedneglected
notifynotifiednotified
nestlenestlednestled

English Verbs That Start with O

observeobservedobserved
openopenedopened
operateoperatedoperated
organizeorganizedorganized
offerofferoffer
offsetoffsetoffset
outputoutputoutput
occupyoccupiedoccupied
obtainobtainedobtained
oppressoppressedoppressed

English Verbs That Start with P

partakepartookpartaken
paypaidpaid
presetpresetpreset
proveprovedproven/proved
putputput
playplayedplayed
produceproducedproduced
presentpresentedpresented
postponepostponedpostponed
preventpreventedprevented

English Verbs That Start with Q

qualifyqualifedqualified
quantifyquantifiedquantified
questionquestionedquestioned
quietquietedquieted
quotequotedquoted
quiverquiveredquivered
quarrlquarrlledquarrlled
queuequeuedqueued
quiltquiltedquilted
quitquittedquitted

English Verbs That Start with R

readreadread
redoredidredone
resetresetreset
ridridrid
rideroderidden
ringrangrung
riseroserisen
runranrun
repeatrepeatedrepeated
reachreachedreached

English Verbs That Start with S

sawsawedsawn
saysaidsaid
seesawseen
seeksoughtsought
sendsentsent
sewsewedsewn/sewed
shineshoneshone
slayslewslain
speakspokespoken
swimswamswum

English Verbs That Start with T

taketooktaken
teachtaughttaught
telltoldtold
throwthrewthrown
tastetastedtasted
tracktrackedtracked
trusttrustedtrusted
talktalkedtalked
trytriedtried
translatetranslatedtranslated

English Verbs That Start with U

unbendunbentunbent
unbindunboundunbound
upholdupheldupheld
upsetupsetupset
undoundidundone
unhideunhidunhidden
useusedused
upgradeupgradedupgraded
unpackunpackedunpacked
unplugunpluggedunplugged

English Verbs That Start with V

visitvisitedvisited
valuevaluedvalued
verifyverifiedverified
varyvariedvaried
viewviewedviewed
ventureventuredventured
vanishvanishedvanished
vocalizevocalizedvocalized
votevotedvoted
violateviolatedviolated

English Verbs That Start with W

wakewokewoken
wearworeworn
winwonwon
windwoundwound
workworkedworked
wringwrungwrung
writewrotewritten

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