Lutter - to Struggle, Wrestle

Simple Conjugations for the French Verb Lutter

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The French verb lutter means to struggle or wrestle. Find simple conjugations in the tables below for this regular -er verb.

Conjugations of Lutter

 

 Present  Future  Imperfect Present participle
jeluttelutterailuttaisluttant 
tulutteslutterasluttais 
illuttelutteraluttaitPassé composé
nousluttonslutteronsluttions   Auxiliary verb avoir
vousluttezlutterezluttiez   Past participle lutté
ilsluttentlutterontluttaient 
 
 Subjunctive Conditional Passé simple Imperfect subjunctive
jeluttelutteraisluttailuttasse
tulutteslutteraisluttasluttasses
illuttelutteraitluttaluttât
nousluttionslutterionsluttâmesluttassions
vousluttiezlutteriezluttâtesluttassiez
ilsluttentlutteraientluttèrentluttassent
 
 Imperative 
(tu)lutte Verb conjugation pattern
Lutter is a regular -ER verb
(nous) luttons 
(vous)luttez 
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