Daily Verb Lesson: Italian for kiss is baciare

The Italian verb for kiss is the irregular -ARE verb baciare.
... imagine kissing a BATCH of BACHElors!

Baciare can also mean: to cuddle, to embace, to cradle.
Related words include:
  - baciarsi (vr) : to each other.
  - il bacio / bacino (nm) : kiss / little kiss, peck.
  - bacetti (nm) : big kisses .
  - baci e abbracci : hugs and kisses.
These verbs remove an i in some conjugations. Verbs conjugated in this way also include : annunciare, arricciare, bilanciare, enunciare, falciare, pronunciare, baciare, agganciare, marciare, sbucciare.
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           to kiss : baciare
Imagine kissing a BATCH of BACHELORS!
baciare - VERB CONJUGATION TABLE - to kiss
Simple Tenses baciare  Present Participle: baciante

bacio baci bacia baciamo baciate baciano
Past Imperfect
baciavo baciavi baciava baciavamo baciavate baciavano
Simple Past
Passato remoto

baciai baciasti baciò baciammo baciaste baciarono
Futuro semplice

will kiss
bacerò bacerai bacerà baceremo bacerete baceranno

would kiss
bacerei baceresti bacerebbe baceremmo bacereste bacerebbero
Congiuntivo Presente

may kiss
baci baci baci baciamo baciate bacino
Compound Tenses baciare  Past Participle: baciato
Present Perfect
Passato Prossimo

have kissed
ho baciato hai baciato ha baciato abbiamo baciato avete baciato hanno baciato
Past Perfect
Trapassato Prossimo

had kissed
avevo baciato avevi baciato aveva baciato avevamo baciato avevate baciato avevano baciato
Future Perfect
Futuro Anteriore

will have kissed
avrò baciato avrai baciato avrà baciato avremo baciato avrete baciato avranno baciato
Conditional Perfect
Condizionale Passato

would have kissed
avrei baciato avresti baciato avrebbe baciato avremmo baciato avreste baciato avrebbero baciato
Perfect Subjunctive
Congiuntivo Passato

may have kissed
abbia baciato abbia baciato abbia baciato abbiamo baciato abbiate baciato abbiano baciato

non baciare
(non) baci! (non) baciamo! (non) baciate! (non) bacino!
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