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Italian

Verb

domare (transitive)

  1. To tame, to break in.
  2. To crush, to subdue.
  3. To control, to curb.

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Derived terms

Conjugation

simple compound
infinitive domare avere domato
gerund domando use gerund of avere plus domato
present participle domante
past participle domato
person singular plural
first second third first second third
indicative io tu lui/lei noi voi essi/esse
simple
tenses
present domo domi doma domiamo domate domano
imperfect domavo domavi domava domavamo domavate domavano
past remote domai domasti domò domammo domaste domarono
future domerò domerai domerà domeremo domerete domeranno
conditional domerei domeresti domerebbe domeremmo domereste domerebbero
compound
tenses
perfect Use the present tense of avere plus the past participle
pluperfect Use the imperfect tense of avere plus the past participle
past anterior Use the past remote tense of avere plus the past participle
future perfect Use the future tense of avere plus the past participle
past conditional Use the conditional tense of avere plus the past participle
subjunctive che io che tu che lui/che lei che noi che voi che essi/che esse
simple
tenses
present domi domi domi domiamo domiate domino
imperfect domassi domassi domasse domassimo domaste domassero
compound
tenses
past Use the present subjunctive of avere plus the past participle
pluperfect Use the imperfect subjunctive of avere plus the past participle
imperative - tu lui/lei noi voi essi/esse
doma domi domiamo domate domino

Latin

Verb

doāre

  1. present active infinitive of domō.

Swedish

Etymology

From the noun dom

Pronunciation

Noun

domare

  1. judge

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