Translation for 'past participle' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   a past participle | past participles
SYNO past participle | perfect participle
past participle {noun}
минало причастие {ср}
past {noun}минало {ср}
past {adj}минал
past tense {noun}
минало време {ср}
a quarter pastи петнайсет [време]
at half past eight {adv}в осем и половина
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Usage Examples English
  • According to the "OED", the name comes from the Provençal "estampida", feminine of "estampit", the past participle of "estampir" "to resound".
  • This was in term derived from the Latin "secutus", the past participle of "sequi" meaning to attend or follow.
  • The English word "tissue" derives from the French word "tissu", the past participle of the verb tisser, "to weave".
  • The word "gang" derives from the past participle of Old English "gan", meaning "to go".
  • Vibrato (Italian, from past participle of "vibrare", to vibrate) is a musical effect consisting of a regular, pulsating change of pitch.

  • "Ēsus" is the past participle of "edere" (to eat), with "ob" (over) added to it.
  • Here, "gewesen" is the past participle of "sein" ("to be") in German.
  • The passive voice is formed using the verb "be" (in the appropriate tense or form) with the past participle of the verb in question: "cars are driven, he was killed, I am being tickled, it is nice to be pampered", etc.
  • ... literally "sung", past participle feminine singular of the Italian verb "cantare", "to sing") is a vocal composition with an instrumental accompaniment, typically in several movements, often involving a choir.
  • Rather than conjugating directly for voice, English uses the past participle form of the verb plus an auxiliary verb, either "be" or "get" (called linking verbs in traditional grammar), to indicate passive voice.

  • In English the forms are often the same, using the auxiliary verb "to be" followed by the past participle.
  • (from the feminine past participle of the French verb [...] , 'to raise').
  • English has an active participle, also called a present participle; and a passive participle, also called a past participle.
  • , past participle passive of [...] or [...] , meaning "to crucify" or "to fasten to a cross".
  • The present, future and past conditional use a special past form of the stem би- (bi – "be") and the past participle ([...] , [...] , 'I would study').

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