Translation of conjugation in Spanish:

conjugation

conjugación, n.

Pronunciation: /kɒndʒʊˈɡeɪʃ(ə)n//ˌkɑndʒəˈɡeɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

Linguistics

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    conjugación feminine
    • Noting this ‘a’ should help you to distinguish verbs of the first conjugation from those of the second, third, or fourth conjugations.
    • It almost makes me wish for some sort of religion, so I could share that sense of wordy ecstasy and profundity in every conjugation and infinitive.
    • Do not worry if you cannot tell a second from a third conjugation verb: the important differences for you are between the first conjugation, the fourth conjugation, and the second and third conjugations taken together as a unit.
    • To this day, if you ask me about me about verb conjugation or tenses, I can only tell you what it is in French.
    • Some languages have a grammatical structure in which the meaning or conjugation of a word changes depending on who's using it and who the audience is.
    • A convenient summary of Latin declension and conjugation is available on-line here.
    • These are of the first Conjugation, and signify, that the Action which they express is done only in a small Degree.
    • Luckily for us, there is also no verb conjugation.