Daily Verb Lesson: Italian for bankrupt is sbancare

The Italian verb for bankrupt is the irregular -ARE verb sbancare.
... imagine let'S BAN CARS for bankrupt bankers!
Sbancare can also mean: to ruin; to excavate, to clean out.
Related words include:
  - sbancare il banco : to break the bank.
  - sbancarsi (vr) : to go bankrupt, to go broke.
  - lo sbancamento (nm) : excavation, earth-moving.
  - la bancarotta (nf) : bankruptcy.
  - sbancare il banco : to break the bank.
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 bankrupt : sbancare
Imagine let'S BAN CARS for bankrupt bankers!
sbancare - VERB CONJUGATION TABLE - to bankrupt
Simple Tenses sbancare  Present Participle: sbancante

sbanco sbanchi sbanca sbanchiamo sbancate sbancano
Past Imperfect
sbancavo sbancavi sbancava sbancavamo sbancavate sbancavano
Simple Past
Passato remoto

sbancai sbancasti sbancò sbancammo sbancaste sbancarono
Futuro semplice

will bankrupt
sbancherò sbancherai sbancherà sbancheremo sbancherete sbancheranno

would bankrupt
sbancherei sbancheresti sbancherebbe sbancheremmo sbanchereste sbancherebbero
Congiuntivo Presente

may bankrupt
sbanchi sbanchi sbanchi sbanchiamo sbanchiate sbanchino
Compound Tenses sbancare  Past Participle: sbancato
Present Perfect
Passato Prossimo

have bankrupted
ho sbancato hai sbancato ha sbancato abbiamo sbancato avete sbancato hanno sbancato
Past Perfect
Trapassato Prossimo

had bankrupted
avevo sbancato avevi sbancato aveva sbancato avevamo sbancato avevate sbancato avevano sbancato
Future Perfect
Futuro Anteriore

will have bankrupted
avrò sbancato avrai sbancato avrà sbancato avremo sbancato avrete sbancato avranno sbancato
Conditional Perfect
Condizionale Passato

would've bankrupted
avrei sbancato avresti sbancato avrebbe sbancato avremmo sbancato avreste sbancato avrebbero sbancato
Perfect Subjunctive
Congiuntivo Passato

may've bankrupted
abbia sbancato abbia sbancato abbia sbancato abbiamo sbancato abbiate sbancato abbiano sbancato

non sbancare!
(non) sbanchi! (non) sbanchiamo! (non) sbancate! (non) sbanchino!
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