Daily Verb Lesson: Italian for weary is fiaccare

The Italian verb for weary is the irregular -ARE verb fiaccare.
... imagine you WEARY waiting for a FIAT CAR!

Fiaccare can also mean: to exhaust, to weaken, to unnerve.
Related words include:
  - fiaccarsi (vr) : to wear oneself out, to grow weary; to weaken.
  - la fiacchezza / la fiacca (nf) : sluggishness, weakness; slowness, dullness.
  - fiacco (adj) : sluggish, listless, tired, limp; lifeless, dull.
  - fiaccamente(adv) : sluggishly, listlessly, feebly, weakly.
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, fiaccare, placare, placcare, imbarcare, sbancare, sboscare, locare, seccare, spaccare, sprecare, toccare.
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           to weary : fiaccare
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fiaccare - VERB CONJUGATION TABLE - to weary
Simple Tenses fiaccare  Present Participle: fiaccante

fiacco fiacchi fiacca fiacchiamo fiaccate fiaccano
Past Imperfect
fiaccavo fiaccavi fiaccava fiaccavamo fiaccavate fiaccavano
Simple Past
Passato remoto

fiaccai fiaccasti fiaccò fiaccammo fiaccaste fiaccarono
Futuro semplice

will weary
fiaccherò fiaccherai fiaccherà fiaccheremo fiaccherete fiaccheranno

would weary
fiaccherei fiaccheresti fiaccherebbe fiaccheremmo fiacchereste fiaccherebbero
Congiuntivo Presente

may weary
fiacchi fiacchi fiacchi fiacchiamo fiacchiate fiacchino
Compound Tenses fiaccare  Past Participle: fiaccato
Present Perfect
Passato Prossimo

have wearied
ho fiaccato hai fiaccato ha fiaccato abbiamo fiaccato avete fiaccato hanno fiaccato
Past Perfect
Trapassato Prossimo

had wearied
avevo fiaccato avevi fiaccato aveva fiaccato avevamo fiaccato avevate fiaccato avevano fiaccato
Future Perfect
Futuro Anteriore

will have wearied
avrò fiaccato avrai fiaccato avrà fiaccato avremo fiaccato avrete fiaccato avranno fiaccato
Conditional Perfect
Condizionale Passato

would have wearied
avrei fiaccato avresti fiaccato avrebbe fiaccato avremmo fiaccato avreste fiaccato avrebbero fiaccato
Perfect Subjunctive
Congiuntivo Passato

may have wearied
abbia fiaccato abbia fiaccato abbia fiaccato abbiamo fiaccato abbiate fiaccato abbiano fiaccato

non fiaccare!
(non) fiacchi! (non) fiacchiamo! (non) fiaccate! (non) fiacchino!
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