mean

Learning the conjugation of the English verb mean is a kind of easy; you have to learn the three forms of the verb that is in the first table. When you know these forms you can conjugate the verb in all the ways.

Now you can see how you can conjugate the English verb mean with the help of our second table that has all the conjugations for this verb.

ENGLISH VERB CONJUGATION

This is a useful tool for conjugate any English verb. Please, write the Basic Form of the verb.



English Verb Conjugation: MEAN


Infinitive Gerund Participle
to mean meaning meant


Forms of the verb
Number Singular Plural
Person I You He/She/It We You They
Present mean mean means mean mean mean
Present Continues am meaning are meaning is meaning are meaning are meaning are meaning
Simple Past meant meant meant meant meant meant
Past Continues was meaning were meaning was meaning were meaning were meaning were meaning
Present Perfect have meant have meant has meant have meant have meant have meant
Present Perfect Continues have been meaning have been meaning has been meaning have been meaning have been meaning have been meaning
Past Perfect had meant had meant had meant had meant had meant had meant
Past Perfect Continues had been meaning had been meaning had been meaning had been meaning had been meaning had been meaning
Future will mean will mean will mean will mean will mean will mean
Future Continues will be meaning will be meaning will be meaning will be meaning will be meaning will be meaning
Future Perfect will have meant will have meant will have meant will have meant will have meant will have meant
Future Perfect Continues will have been meaning will have been meaning will have been meaning will have been meaning will have been meaning will have been meaning
Conditional Present would mean would mean would mean would mean would mean would mean
Conditional Perfect would have meant would have meant would have meant would have meant would have meant would have meant
Conditional Present Progressive would be meaning would be meaning would be meaning would be meaning would be meaning would be meaning
Conditional Perfect Progressive would have been meaning would have been meaning would have been meaning would have been meaning would have been meaning would have been meaning
Present Subjunctive mean mean mean mean mean mean
Past Subjunctive meant meant meant meant meant meant
Past Perfect Subjunctive had meant had meant had meant had meant had meant had meant
Imperative mean Let′s mean mean

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