Daily Verb Lesson: Italian for compare is confrontare
The Italian verb for compare is the regular -ARE verb confrontare.
... imagine the pair CONFRONT each other comparing muscles!
Confrontare is conjugated like thousands of other regular -ARE verbs.
Confrontare con means: to compare with.
Related words include:
- confrontarsi con (vr) : to confront oneself with; to be confronted with; to face;
- confrontabile (adj) : comparable.
- il confronto (nm) : comparison; confrontation.
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to compare : confrontare
Imagine the pair CONFRONT each other
|confrontare - VERB CONJUGATION TABLE - to compare
|Simple Tenses confrontare Present Participle: confrontante
|Compound Tenses confrontare Past Particple: confrontato
will have compared
would have compared
may have compared
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Confrontare is a regular -ARE verb, these being the most common verbs in Italian.
Learn confrontare and it will reinforce the pattern for ALL those other -ARE verbs.
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