Daily Verb Lesson: Italian for inflate is gonfiare

The Italian verb for inflate is the irregular -ARE verb gonfiare.
... imagine after INFLATING the balloon he has GONE FOR A flight.

Gonfiare can also mean: to blow up (with air), to pump up, to puff up.
Related words include:
  - gonfiarsi (vr : to swell (up), to fill (up), to become swollen.
  - gonfiabile (adj) : inflatable.
  - la gonfiatura (nf) : blowing up, inflation; exaggeration, hype (fig).
  - gonfio (adj) : inflated, puffed up/out; distended, swollen.
These verbs ending in -iare are irregular because they drop the ii to i in the Present and Present Subjunctive tenses. Verbs conjugated in this way include : assediare, cambiare, annaffiare, espropriare, finanziare, gonfiare, graffiare, mischiare.
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           to inflate : gonfiare
Imagine after inflating the balloon
he has GONE FOR A flight.
gonfiare - VERB CONJUGATION TABLE - to inflate
Simple Tenses gonfiare  Present Participle: gonfiante

gonfio gonfi gonfia gonfiamo gonfiate gonfiano
Past Imperfect
gonfiavo gonfiavi gonfiava gonfiavamo gonfiavate gonfiavano
Simple Past
Passato remoto

gonfiai gonfiasti gonfiò gonfiammo gonfiaste gonfiarono
Futuro semplice

will inflate
gonfierò gonfierai gonfierà gonfieremo gonfierete gonfieranno

would inflate
gonfierei gonfieresti gonfierebbe gonfieremmo gonfiereste gonfierebbero
Congiuntivo Presente

may inflate
gonfi gonfi gonfi gonfiamo gonfiate gonfino
Compound Tenses gonfiare  Past Participle: gonfiato
Present Perfect
Passato Prossimo

have inflated
ho gonfiato hai gonfiato ha gonfiato abbiamo gonfiato avete gonfiato hanno gonfiato
Past Perfect
Trapassato Prossimo

had inflated
avevo gonfiato avevi gonfiato aveva gonfiato avevamo gonfiato avevate gonfiato avevano gonfiato
Future Perfect
Futuro Anteriore

will have inflated
avrò gonfiato avrai gonfiato avrà gonfiato avremo gonfiato avrete gonfiato avranno gonfiato
Conditional Perfect
Condizionale Passato

would have inflated
avrei gonfiato avresti gonfiato avrebbe gonfiato avremmo gonfiato avreste gonfiato avrebbero gonfiato
Perfect Subjunctive
Congiuntivo Passato

may have inflated
abbia gonfiato abbia gonfiato abbia gonfiato abbiamo gonfiato abbiate gonfiato abbiano gonfiato

non gonfiare!
(non) gonfi! (non) gonfiamo! (non) gonfiate! (non) gonfino!
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