Daily Verb Lesson: Italian for throw is buttare

The Italian verb for throw is the regular -ARE verb buttare.
... imagine THROWING the BUTTER at a HARE Krishna disciple!
Buttare is conjugated like thousands of other regular -ARE verbs.
Buttare can also mean: to throw away, to spew, to eject.
Related words include:
  - buttarsi (vr) : to throw oneself; to fall on, to pitch into; to have a go.
  - buttare giu : to cast down, to knock off/down, to smash down; to weaken.
  - buttare fuori : to throw out, to kick out.
  - buttare indietro : to fling back (ie head, hair).
  - Buttati! : Go for it! Just do it!

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           to throw : buttare
Imagine throwing the BUTTER at a HARE
Krishna disciple!
buttare - VERB CONJUGATION TABLE - to throw
Simple Tenses buttare  Present Participle: buttante

butto butti butta buttiamo buttate buttano
Past Imperfect
buttavo buttavi buttava buttavamo buttavate buttavano
Simple Past
Passato remoto

buttai buttasti buttò buttammo buttaste buttarono
Futuro semplice

will throw
butterò butterai butterà butteremo butterete butteranno

would throw
butterei butteresti butterebbe butteremmo buttereste butterebbero
Congiuntivo Presente

may throw
butti butti butti buttiamo buttiate buttino
Compound Tenses buttare  Past Particple: buttato
Present Perfect
Passato Prossimo

have thrown
ho buttato hai buttato ha buttato abbiamo buttato avete buttato hanno buttato
Past Perfect
Trapassato Prossimo

had thrown
avevo buttato avevi buttato aveva buttato avevamo buttato avevate buttato avevano buttato
Future Perfect
Futuro Anteriore

will have thrown
avrò buttato avrai buttato avrà buttato avremo buttato avrete buttato avranno buttato
Conditional Perfect
Condizionale Passato

would have thrown
avrei buttato avresti buttato avrebbe buttato avremmo buttato avreste buttato avrebbero buttato
Perfect Subjunctive
Congiuntivo Passato

may have thrown
abbia buttato abbia buttato abbia buttato abbiamo buttato abbiate buttato abbiano buttato

non buttare!
(non) butti! (non) buttiamo! (non) buttate! (non) buttino!
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