Daily Verb Lesson: Italian for put is mettere

The Italian verb for put is the irregular -ERE verb mettere.
... imagine let's put the METER HERE, DEARIE!

Mettere can also mean: to put on (wear), to place, to set (ie table, clock), to rank (classify).
Related words include:
  - mettersi (vr): to put oneself, to put on (clothes).
  - mettere a letto/a nudo/ a fuoco : to put to bed / to lay bare / to focus/sharpen.
  - mettere in dubbio / in libertà : to put in doubt / to set free.
Other irregular ERE Verbs with changes in the Passato Remoto and the Past Participle conjugations include : ammettere, commmettere, compromettere, emettere, omettere, permettere, promettere, sommettere.

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           to put : mettere
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mettere - VERB CONJUGATION TABLE - to put
Simple Tenses mettere  Present Participle: mettente

metto metti mette mettiamo mettete mettono
Past Imperfect
mettevo mettevi metteva mettevamo mettevate mettevano
Simple Past
Passato remoto

misi mettesti mise mettemmo metteste misero
Futuro semplice

will put
metterò metterai metterà metteremo metterete metteranno

would put
metterei metteresti metterebbe metteremmo mettereste metterebbero
Congiuntivo Presente

may put
metta metta metta mettiamo mettiate mettano
Compound Tenses mettere  Past Participle: messo
Present Perfect
Passato Prossimo

have put
ho messo hai messo ha messo abbiamo messo avete messo hanno messo
Past Perfect
Trapassato Prossimo

had put
avevo messo avevi messo aveva messo avevamo messo avevate messo avevano messo
Future Perfect
Futuro Anteriore

will have put
avrò messo avrai messo avrà messo avremo messo avrete messo avranno messo
Conditional Perfect
Condizionale Passato

would have put
avrei messo avresti messo avrebbe messo avremmo messo avreste messo avrebbero messo
Perfect Subjunctive
Congiuntivo Passato

may have put
abbia messo abbia messo abbia messo abbiamo messo abbiate messo abbiano messo

non mettere
(non) metta! (non) mettiamo! (non) mettete! (non) mettano!
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