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Date: 1400-1500
Language: Latin
Origin: , past participle of conjugare 'to unite', from com- ( COM-) + jugare 'to join'

conjugate

verb
     
Related topics: Grammar
con‧ju‧gate
1 [intransitive]SLG if a verb conjugates, it has different forms to show different tenses etc:
The verb 'to go' conjugates irregularly.
2 [transitive]SLG if you conjugate a verb, you state the different forms that it can have

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