Tirer - to Pull

Simple Conjugations for the French Verb Tirer

Pull
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The French verb tirer means to pull. It is also sometimes used to mean to take. The tables below contain the various conjugations of this regular -er verb. 

Conjugations of Tirer

 

 Present  Future  Imperfect Present participle
jetiretireraitiraistirant 
tutirestirerastirais 
iltiretireratiraitPassé composé
noustironstireronstirions   Auxiliary verb avoir
voustireztirereztiriez   Past participle tiré
ilstirenttireronttiraient 
 
 Subjunctive Conditional Passé simple Imperfect subjunctive
jetiretireraistiraitirasse
tutirestireraistirastirasses
iltiretireraittiratirât
noustirionstirerionstirâmestirassions
voustirieztirerieztirâtestirassiez
ilstirenttireraienttirèrenttirassent
 
 Imperative 
(tu)tire Verb conjugation pattern
Tirer is a regular -ER verb

 
(nous) tirons 
(vous)tirez 
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