Daily Verb Lesson: Italian for plate is placcare

The Italian verb for plate is the irregular -ARE verb placcare.
... imagine gold plating a PLACARD!

Placcare can also mean: to coat with a ie metal plate; to tackle (ie in rugby).
Related words include:
  - la placcatura (in argento) (nf) : (silver) plating.
  - placcato (d'oro) (adj) : (gold) plated.
  - la placca (nf) : plate; plaque.

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 plate : placcare
Imagine gold plating a PLACARD!
placcare - VERB CONJUGATION TABLE - to plate
Simple Tenses placcare  Present Participle: placcante

placco placchi placca placchiamo placcate placcano
Past Imperfect
placcavo placcavi placcava placcavamo placcavate placcavano
Simple Past
Passato remoto

placcai placcasti placcò placcammo placcaste placcarono
Futuro semplice

will plate
placcherò placcherai placcherà placcheremo placcherete placcheranno

would plate
placcherei placcheresti placcherebbe placcheremmo placchereste placcherebbero
Congiuntivo Presente

may plate
placchi placchi placchi placchiamo placchiate placchino
Compound Tenses placcare  Past Participle: placcato
Present Perfect
Passato Prossimo

have plated
ho placcato hai placcato ha placcato abbiamo placcato avete placcato hanno placcato
Past Perfect
Trapassato Prossimo

had plated
avevo placcato avevi placcato aveva placcato avevamo placcato avevate placcato avevano placcato
Future Perfect
Futuro Anteriore

will have plated
avrò placcato avrai placcato avrà placcato avremo placcato avrete placcato avranno placcato
Conditional Perfect
Condizionale Passato

would have plated
avrei placcato avresti placcato avrebbe placcato avremmo placcato avreste placcato avrebbero placcato
Perfect Subjunctive
Congiuntivo Passato

may have plated
abbia placcato abbia placcato abbia placcato abbiamo placcato abbiate placcato abbiano placcato

non placcare!
(non) placchi! (non) placchiamo! (non) placcate! (non) placchino!
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