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Daily Verb Lesson: Italian for bend over is chinarsi

The Italian verb for bend over is the reflexive -ARE verb chinarsi.
... imagine a mother BENDS OVER her KIN!
Chinarsi can also mean: to bow, to bend down, to lean over, to stoop (lean forward). Related words include:
  - chinare (il capo) (v) : to bend; to hang/bow (one's head).
  - inchinarsi (vr ): to curtsy. / chino (adj) : bowed, bent. / la china (nf) : slope.
The meaning of verbs can change when in the Reflexive. They often show action done to oneself or between each other, and use the Reflexive Pronoun (mi, ti, si, ci, vi, si). Reflexive verbs also take essere in the compound tenses and the Past Participle agrees in number and gender with the subject.
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           to bend over : chinarsi
Imagine a mother bends over her KIN!
chinarsi - VERB CONJUGATION TABLE - to bend over
Simple Tenses chinarsi  Present Participle: chinante
io mi
tu ti
lui/lei/Lei si
noi ci
voi vi
loro/Loro si

bend over
chino chini china chiniamo chinate chinano
Past Imperfect
bent over
chinavo chinavi chinava chinavamo chinavate chinavano
Simple Past
Passato remoto

bent over
chinai chinasti chinò chinammo chinaste chinarono
Futuro semplice

will bend over
chinerò chinerai chinerà chineremo chinerete chineranno

would bend over
chinerei chineresti chinerebbe chineremmo chinereste chinerebbero
Congiuntivo Presente

may bend over
chini chini chini chiniamo chiniate chinino
Compound Tenses chinarsi  Past Participle: essere chinato/a/i/e
Present Perfect
Passato Prossimo

have bent over
sono chinato/a sei chinato/a è chinato/a siamo chinati/e siete chinati/e sono chinati/e
Past Perfect
Trapassato Prossimo

had bent over
ero chinato/a eri chinato/a era chinato/a eravamo chinati/e eravate chinati/e erano chinati/e
Future Perfect
Futuro Anteriore

will have bent over
sarò chinato/a sarai chinato/a sarà chinato/a saremo chinati/e sarete chinati/e saranno chinati/e
Conditional Perfect
Condizionale Passato

would have bent over
sarei chinato/a saresti chinato/a sarebbe chinato/a saremmo chinati/e sareste chinati/e sarebbero chinati/e
Perfect Subjunctive
Congiuntivo Passato

may have bent over
sia chinato/a sia chinato/a sia chinato/a siamo chinati/e siate chinati/e siano chinati/e

bend over!
non chinarti
(non) si chini! (non) chiniamoci! (non) chinatevi! (non) si chinino!
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