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 CUE, DEARIE!"
✔ Chiudere is an irregular -ERE verb. ✔
Learn chiudere and it will reinforce the pattern for other -ERE verbs with the same irregular pattern. ✔
Do the daily verb every day to gain a solid knowledge of the -ERE and other verb families' conjugation patterns.
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