Daily Verb Lesson: Italian for gorge is abbuffarsi

The Italian verb for gorge is the relexive -ARE verb abbuffarsi.
... imagine gorging on the BUFFET is A BUFFY vampire slayer!
Abbuffarsi can also mean: to stuff oneself, to pig out.

Related words include:
  - l'abbuffata (nf) : binge.
  - farsi una bella abbuffata : to have a good binge/feed/blowout.

The meaning of verbs can change when in the Reflexive. They often show action done to oneself or between each other, and use the Reflexive Pronoun (mi, ti, si, ci, vi, si). Reflexive verbs also take essere in the compound tenses and the Past Participle agrees in number and gender with the subject.
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           to gorge : abbuffarsi
Imagine gorging on the BUFFET is A BUFFY
vampire slayer!
abbuffarsi - VERB CONJUGATION TABLE - to gorge
Simple Tenses abbuffarsi  Present Participle: abbuffante
io mi
tu ti
lui/lei/Lei si
noi ci
voi vi
loro/Loro si

abbuffo abbuffi abbuffa abbuffiamo abbuffate abbuffano
Past Imperfect
abbuffavo abbuffavi abbuffava abbuffavamo abbuffavate abbuffavano
Simple Past
Passato remoto

abbuffai abbuffasti abbuffò abbuffammo abbuffaste abbuffarono
Futuro semplice

will gorge
abbufferò abbufferai abbufferà abbufferemo abbufferete abbufferanno

would gorge
abbufferei abbufferesti abbufferebbe abbufferemmo abbuffereste abbufferebbero
Congiuntivo Presente

may gorge
abbuffi abbuffi abbuffi abbuffiamo abbuffiate abbuffino
Compound Tenses abbuffarsi  Past Participle: essere abbuffato/a/i/e
Present Perfect
Passato Prossimo

have gorged
sono abbuffato/a sei abbuffato/a è abbuffato/a siamo abbuffati/e siete abbuffati/e sono abbuffati/e
Past Perfect
Trapassato Prossimo

had gorged
ero abbuffato/a eri abbuffato/a era abbuffato/a eravamo abbuffati/e eravate abbuffati/e erano abbuffati/e
Future Perfect
Futuro Anteriore

will have gorged
sarò abbuffato/a sarai abbuffato/a sarà abbuffato/a saremo abbuffati/e sarete abbuffati/e saranno abbuffati/e
Conditional Perfect
Condizionale Passato

would have gorged
sarei abbuffato/a saresti abbuffato/a sarebbe abbuffato/a saremmo abbuffati/e saresteo abbuffati/e sarebbero abbuffati/e
Perfect Subjunctive
Congiuntivo Passato

may have gorged
sia abbuffato/a sia abbuffato/a sia abbuffato/a siamo abbuffati/e siate abbuffati/e siano abbuffati/e

non abbuffarti
(non) si abbuffi! (non) abbuffiamoci! (non) abbuffatevi! (non) si abbuffino!
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