Daily Verb Lesson: Italian for grumble is brontolare

The Italian word for grumble is the regular -ARE verb brontolare.
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Brontolare is conjugated like thousands of other -ARE verbs.
Brontolare can also mean: to mumble, to mutter, to grunt; to grumble/rumble, (ie stomach, thunder).
Related words include:
  - il brontolone / la brontolona (nm/f) : grouch, grumbler, grump, mumbler, whiner.
  - brontolone (adj) : grumpy, grouchy, whiney.
  - il brontolio (nm) : grumble, rumbling, mutter, muttering, mumble.
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           to grumble: brontolare
Imagine the BRONTOsaurus grumbles
to LARRY King!
brontolare - VERB CONJUGATION TABLE - to grumble
Simple Tenses brontolare  Present Participle: brontolante  Past Particple: brontolato

brontolo brontoli brontola brontoliamo brontolate brontolano
Past Imperfect
brontolavo brontolavi brontolava brontolavamo brontolavate brontolavano
Simple Past
Passato remoto

brontolai brontolasti brontolò brontolammo brontolaste brontolarono
Futuro semplice

will grumble
brontolerò brontolerai brontolerà brontoleremo brontolerete brontoleranno

would grumble
brontolerei brontoleresti brontolerebbe brontoleremmo brontolereste brontolerebbero
Congiuntivo Presente

may grumble
brontoli brontoli brontoli brontoliamo brontoliate brontolino
Compound Tenses brontolare
Present Perfect
Passato Prossimo

have grumbled
ho brontolato hai brontolato ha brontolato abbiamo brontolato avete brontolato hanno brontolato
Past Perfect
Trapassato Prossimo

had grumbled
avevo brontolato avevi brontolato aveva brontolato avevamo brontolato avevate brontolato avevano brontolato
Future Perfect
Futuro Anteriore

will have grumbled
avrò brontolato avrai brontolato avrà brontolato avremo brontolato avrete brontolato avranno brontolato
Conditional Perfect
Condizionale Passato

would have grumbled
avrei brontolato avresti brontolato avrebbe brontolato avremmo brontolato avreste brontolato avrebbero brontolato
Perfect Subjunctive
Congiuntivo Passato

may have grumbled
abbia brontolato abbia brontolato abbia brontolato abbiamo brontolato abbiate brontolato abbiano brontolato

non brontolare!
(non) brontoli! (non) brontoliamo! (non) brontolate! (non) brontolino!
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