Detailed Translations for inflect from English to Spanish


to inflect verb (inflects, inflected, inflecting)

  1. to inflect (conjugate; decline)

Conjugations for inflect:

  1. inflect
  2. inflect
  3. inflects
  4. inflect
  5. inflect
  6. inflect
simple past
  1. inflected
  2. inflected
  3. inflected
  4. inflected
  5. inflected
  6. inflected
present perfect
  1. have inflected
  2. have inflected
  3. has inflected
  4. have inflected
  5. have inflected
  6. have inflected
past continuous
  1. was inflecting
  2. were inflecting
  3. was inflecting
  4. were inflecting
  5. were inflecting
  6. were inflecting
  1. shall inflect
  2. will inflect
  3. will inflect
  4. shall inflect
  5. will inflect
  6. will inflect
continuous present
  1. am inflecting
  2. are inflecting
  3. is inflecting
  4. are inflecting
  5. are inflecting
  6. are inflecting
  1. be inflected
  2. be inflected
  3. be inflected
  4. be inflected
  5. be inflected
  6. be inflected
  1. inflect!
  2. let's inflect!
  3. inflected
  4. inflecting
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for inflect:

VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
cascar conjugate; decline; inflect beat up; break; break house; censure; chatter; chirp; claw; crack; criticise; criticize; gabble; grate; jabber away; knock about; paw; quack; rasp; rattle; rave; run down; scrape; scratch; screech; slate; snap; talk nonsense
conjugar conjugate; decline; inflect reconcile
declinar conjugate; decline; inflect break down; crumble; decay; decline; denounce; disapprove; disclaim; disintegrate; elapse; expire; fall apart; fall into decay; fall to bits; fall to pieces; fob off with; give way; go by; go to pieces; go to ruin; incline; not follow up; object to; pass; refuse; reject; repudiate; shelve; slant; slope; spurn; turn down
flectar la cabeza conjugate; decline; inflect
hacer recortes conjugate; decline; inflect
- modulate; tone

Related Words for "inflect":

  • inflecting

Synonyms for "inflect":

Related Definitions for "inflect":

  1. vary the pitch of one's speech1
  2. change the form of a word in accordance as required by the grammatical rules of the language1