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tense

noun /tens/
( linguistics) a form of a verb that shows the time of its action in relation to the time of speaking
tiempo
a verb in the past/future/present tense.
Translations of “tense”
in Arabic زَمَن (نَحو)…
in Korean 시제…
in Malaysian kala…
in French temps…
in Turkish fiil zamanı, kip…
in Italian tempo (grammaticale)…
in Chinese (Traditional) (動詞的)時態…
in Russian время (глагола)…
in Polish czas…
in Vietnamese thời của động từ…
in Portuguese tempo (verbal)…
in Thai กาล (เป็นรูปของกริยาแสดงเวลา)…
in German die Zeitform…
in Catalan temps…
in Japanese (文法)時制…
in Indonesian kala…
in Chinese (Simplified) (动词的)时态…
(Definition of tense from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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