Daily Verb Lesson: Italian for bother is scomodare

The Italian verb for bother is the regular ARE verb scomodare.
... imagine the SCUM DARE to bother you!
Scomodare can also mean: to disturb.
Related words include:
  - scomodarsi (nf) : to bother/put oneself out.
  - la scomodità : nuisance, inconvenience, uncomfortableness.
  - scomodamente (adv) : inconveniently, uncomfortably.
  - scomodo (adj/pp) : uncomfortable, awkward, inconvenient, troublesome.
  - stare scomodo : to be uncomfortable, awkward.
Other ARE verbs conjugated in a similar regular way include : abitare, dubitare, gravitare, operare, recitare, penetrare, seminare, spigloare, stimolare.
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           to bother : scomodare
Imagine the SCUM DARE to bother you!
scomodare - VERB CONJUGATION TABLE - to bother
Simple Tenses scomodare  Present Participle: scomodante

scomodo scomodi scomoda scomodiamo scomodate scomodano
Past Imperfect
scomodavo scomodavi scomodava scomodavamo scomodavate scomodavano
Simple Past
Passato remoto

scomodai scomodasti scomodò scomodammo scomodaste scomodarono
Futuro semplice

will bother
scomoderò scomoderai scomoderà scomoderemo scomoderete scomoderanno

would bother
scomoderei scomoderesti scomoderebbe scomoderemmo scomodereste scomoderebbero
Congiuntivo Presente

may bother
scomodi scomodi scomodi scomodiamo scomodiate scomodino

non scomodare!
(non) scomodi! (non) scomodiamo! (non) scomodate! (non) scomodino!
Compound Tenses scomodare  Past Participle: scomodato
Present Perfect
Passato Prossimo

have bothered
ho scomodato hai scomodato ha scomodato abbiamo scomodato avete scomodato hanno scomodato
Past Perfect
Trapassato Prossimo

had bothered
avevo scomodato avevi scomodato aveva scomodato avevamo scomodato avevate scomodato avevano scomodato
Future Perfect
Futuro Anteriore

will have bothered
avrò scomodato avrai scomodato avrà scomodato avremo scomodato avrete scomodato avranno scomodato
Conditional Perfect
Condizionale Passato

would have bothered
avrei scomodato avresti scomodato avrebbe scomodato avremmo scomodato avreste scomodato avrebbero scomodato
Perfect Subjunctive
Congiuntivo Passato

may have bothered
abbia scomodato abbia scomodato abbia scomodato abbiamo scomodato abbiate scomodato abbiano scomodato
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