Daily Verb Lesson: Italian for placate is placare

The Italian verb for placate is the irregular -ARE verb placare.
... imagine placating a PLAQUE CARRY-ing protestor!

Placare can also mean: to appease, to satisfy, to quench; to sedate.
Related words include:
  - placarsi (vr) : to calm down; to die down; to subside.
  - placido (adj) : placid, peaceful, calm; unruffled, quiet.
  - placidamente(adv) : placidly.

These verbs add an h after c and before e and i so as to maintain the hard 'k' sound. Verbs conjugated in this way also include : cascare, placare, fiaccare, placcare, imbarcare, sbancare, sboscare, locare, seccare, spaccare, sprecare, toccare.
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           to placate : placare
Imagine placating a PLAQUE CARRYing protestor!
placare - VERB CONJUGATION TABLE - to placate
Simple Tenses placare  Present Participle: placante

placo plachi placa plachiamo placate placano
Past Imperfect
placavo placavi placava placavamo placavate placavano
Simple Past
Passato remoto

placai placasti placò placammo placaste placarono
Futuro semplice

will placate
placherò placherai placherà placheremo placherete placheranno

would placate
placherei placheresti placherebbe placheremmo plachereste placherebbero
Congiuntivo Presente

may placate
plachi plachi plachi plachiamo plachiate plachino
Compound Tenses placare  Past Participle: placato
Present Perfect
Passato Prossimo

have placated
ho placato hai placato ha placato abbiamo placato avete placato hanno placato
Past Perfect
Trapassato Prossimo

had placated
avevo placato avevi placato aveva placato avevamo placato avevate placato avevano placato
Future Perfect
Futuro Anteriore

will have placated
avrò placato avrai placato avrà placato avremo placato avrete placato avranno placato
Conditional Perfect
Condizionale Passato

would have placated
avrei placato avresti placato avrebbe placato avremmo placato avreste placato avrebbero placato
Perfect Subjunctive
Congiuntivo Passato

may have placated
abbia placato abbia placato abbia placato abbiamo placato abbiate placato abbiano placato

non placare!
(non) plachi! (non) plachiamo! (non) placate! (non) plachino!
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