Languages › French Tirer - to Pull Simple Conjugations for the French Verb Tirer Share Flipboard Email Print Marcin Wichary/Flickr/CC BY 2.0 French Vocabulary Pronunciation & Conversation Grammar Resources For Teachers by ThoughtCo Updated January 30, 2019 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 je tire tirerai tirais tirant tu tires tireras tirais il tire tirera tirait nous tirons tirerons tirions vous tirez tirerez tiriez ils tirent tireront tiraient Passé composé Auxiliary verb avoir Past participle tiré Subjunctive Conditional Passé simple Imperfect subjunctive je tire tirerais tirai tirasse tu tires tirerais tiras tirasses il tire tirerait tira tirât nous tirions tirerions tirâmes tirassions vous tiriez tireriez tirâtes tirassiez ils tirent tireraient tirèrent tirassent Imperative tu tire nous tirons vous tirez Verb conjugation patternTirer is a regular -ER verb Continue Reading Décorer - to Decorate - French Verb Conjugations Pousser - to Push - French Verb Conjugations Fatiguer - to Fatigue, Tire - French Verb Conjugations Frapper - to Knock, Hit - French Verb Conjugations Rouler - to Roll; to Drive - French Verb Conjugations How to Conjugate the Verb "Skier" ("to Ski")? Learn to Conjugate the French Verb Livrer (to Deliver) How Would You Conjugation "Augmenter"? Conjugate the French Verb Saluer (to greet, salute) The French Verb "Donner" Has a Lot "To Give" Voter - to Vote - French Verb Conjugations You'll "Shine" at Conjugating the French Verb "Briller" Conjugate the French Verb Ramasser (to Pick Up, Gather) Développer - to Develop - French Verb Conjugations Conjugate Réaliser - to Achieve, Fulfill; to Realize Does "Causer" Mean "to Cause" or "to Chat" in French?