Daily Verb Lesson: Italian for close is chiudere

The Italian verb for close is the irregular -ERE verb chiudere.
... imagine you can close the door with that pool CUE, DEARIE!
Chiudere can also mean: to shut; to turn off; to end; to enclose, to surround, to fence.
Related words include:
  - chiudersi (vr) : to close (ie oneself, one's mouth, eyes).
  - chiudere fuori / dentro : to lock out / in.
  - chiudere il pugno : to clench one's fist.
  - chiudibile (adj) : closable. / Chiudi il becco! : Shut up!.
Other irregular ERE Verbs with changes in the Passato Remoto and the Past Participle conjugations include : accludere, alludere, chiudere, eludere, escludere, includere, illudere, racchiudere.
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           to close : chiudere
Imagine you say, "Close the door with that pool
chiudere - VERB CONJUGATION TABLE - to close
Simple Tenses chiudere  Present Participle: chiudente

chiudo chiudi chiude chiudiamo chiudete chiudono
Past Imperfect
chiudevo chiudevi chiudeva chiudevamo chiudevate chiudevano
Simple Past
Passato remoto

chiusi chiudesti chiuse chiudemmo chiudeste chiusero
Futuro semplice

will close
chiuderò chiuderai chiuderà chiuderemo chiuderete chiuderanno

would close
chiuderei chiuderesti chiuderebbe chiuderemmo chiudereste chiuderebbero
Congiuntivo Presente

may close
chiuda chiuda chiuda chiudiamo chiudiate chiudano
Compound Tenses chiudere  Past Participle: chiuso
Present Perfect
Passato Prossimo

have closed
ho chiuso hai chiuso ha chiuso abbiamo chiuso avete chiuso hanno chiuso
Past Perfect
Trapassato Prossimo

had closed
avevo chiuso avevi chiuso aveva chiuso avevamo chiuso avevate chiuso avevano chiuso
Future Perfect
Futuro Anteriore

will have closed
avrò chiuso avrai chiuso avrà chiuso avremo chiuso avrete chiuso avranno chiuso
Conditional Perfect
Condizionale Passato

would have closed
avrei chiuso avresti chiuso avrebbe chiuso avremmo chiuso avreste chiuso avrebbero chiuso
Perfect Subjunctive
Congiuntivo Passato

may have closed
abbia chiuso abbia chiuso abbia chiuso abbiamo chiuso abbiate chiuso abbiano chiuso

non chiudere
(non) chiuda! (non) chiudiamo! (non) chiudete! (non) chiudano!
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