Daily Verb Lesson: Italian for deceive is illudere

The Italian verb for deceive is the irregular -ERE verb illudere.
... imagine he deceived us that he is ILL, YOU know DEARIE!
Illudere can also mean: to delude, to take in.
Related words include:
  - illudersi (vr): to deceive oneself, to fool oneself, to delude oneself.
  - l'illusione / la delusione (nf) : illusion / disillusion, delusion.
  - la illusione (nf) / il disappunto (nm) : deceivement.
  - l'illuso / l'illusa (n/f) : deluded person, dreamer.
Other irregular ERE Verbs with changes in the Passato Remoto and the Past Participle conjugations include : colludere, alludere, chiudere, eludere, escludere, includere, illudere, racchiudere.
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           to deceive : illudere
... he deceived us that he is
illudere - VERB CONJUGATION TABLE - to deceive
Simple Tenses illudere  Present Participle: illudente

illudo illudi illude illudiamo illudete illudono
Past Imperfect
illudevo illudevi illudeva illudevamo illudevate illudevano
Simple Past
Passato remoto

illusi illudesti illuse illudemmo illudeste illusero
Futuro semplice

will deceive
illuderò illuderai illuderà illuderemo illuderete illuderanno

would deceive
illuderei illuderesti illuderebbe illuderemmo illudereste illuderebbero
Congiuntivo Presente

may deceive
illuda illuda illuda illudiamo illudiate illudano
Compound Tenses illudere  Past Participle: illuso
Present Perfect
Passato Prossimo

have deceived
ho illuso hai illuso ha illuso abbiamo illuso avete illuso hanno illuso
Past Perfect
Trapassato Prossimo

had deceived
avevo illuso avevi illuso aveva illuso avevamo illuso avevate illuso avevano illuso
Future Perfect
Futuro Anteriore

will have deceived
avrò illuso avrai illuso avrà illuso avremo illuso avrete illuso avranno illuso
Conditional Perfect
Condizionale Passato

would have deceived
avrei illuso avresti illuso avrebbe illuso avremmo illuso avreste illuso avrebbero illuso
Perfect Subjunctive
Congiuntivo Passato

may have deceived
abbia illuso abbia illuso abbia illuso abbiamo illuso abbiate illuso abbiano illuso

non illudere
(non) illuda! (non) illudiamo! (non) illudete! (non) illudano!
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