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Vergangenheitsform:

A2

win

Übersezung: erwerben, erlangen, bekommen, erringen, siegen, gewinnen, obsiegen, erkämpfen, erkaufen, ernten, davontragen, holen, erjagen, eintragen, organisieren, herauslaufen, herausholen

Infinitive

win

[wɪn]

Vergangenheit

won

[wʌn]

Partizip Perfekt

won

[wʌn]



Konjugation des unregelmäßigen Verbes [win]

Präsens (Present)

I
win 
you
win 
he/she/it
wins 
we
win 
you
win 
they
win 

Präsens Verlaufsform (Present continuous)

I
am winning 
you
are winning 
he/she/it
is winning 
we
are winning 
you
are winning 
they
are winning 

Vergangenheit

I
won 
you
won 
he/she/it
won 
we
won 
you
won 
they
won 

Perfekt Verlaufsform (Past Continuous)

I
was winning 
you
were winning 
he/she/it
was winning 
we
were winning 
you
were winning 
they
were winning 

Present Perfect (Präsens)

I
have won 
you
have won 
he/she/it
has won 
we
have won 
you
have won 
they
have won 

Present Continuous (Futur)

I
have been winning 
you
have been winning 
he/she/it
has been winning 
we
have been winning 
you
have been winning 
they
have been winning 

Plusquamperfekt (Past perfect)

I
had won 
you
had won 
he/she/it
had won 
we
had won 
you
had won 
they
had won 

Plusquamperfekt Verlaufsform (Past perfect continuous)

I
had been winning 
you
had been winning 
he/she/it
had been winning 
we
had been winning 
you
had been winning 
they
had been winning 

Futur I (Future)

I
will win 
you
will win 
he/she/it
will win 
we
will win 
you
will win 
they
will win 

Futur I Verlaufsform (Future continuous)

I
will be winning 
you
will be winning 
he/she/it
will be winning 
we
will be winning 
you
will be winning 
they
will be winning 

Futur II (Future perfect)

I
will have won 
you
will have won 
he/she/it
will have won 
we
will have won 
you
will have won 
they
will have won 

Futur II Verlaufsform (Future perfect continuous)

I
will have been winning 
you
will have been winning 
he/she/it
will have been winning 
we
will have been winning 
you
will have been winning 
they
will have been winning 

Bedingungssatz (Conditional) des unregelmäßigen Verbes [win]

Konditional Präsens (Conditional present)

I
would win 
you
would win 
he/she/it
would win 
we
would win 
you
would win 
they
would win 

Konditional Präsens Verlaufsform (Conditional present progressive)

I
would be winning 
you
would be winning 
he/she/it
would be winning 
we
would be winning 
you
would be winning 
they
would be winning 

Konditional Perfekt (Conditional perfect)

I
would have won 
you
would have won 
he/she/it
would have won 
we
would have won 
you
would have won 
they
would have won 

Konditional Perfekt Verlaufsform (Conditional perfect progressive)

I
would have been winning 
you
would have been winning 
he/she/it
would have been winning 
we
would have been winning 
you
would have been winning 
they
would have been winning 

Subjunktiv des unregelmäßigen Verbes [win]

Subjunktiv Präsens (Present subjunctive)

I
win 
you
win 
he/she/it
win 
we
win 
you
win 
they
win 

Subjunktiv Präteritum (Past subjunctive)

I
won 
you
won 
he/she/it
won 
we
won 
you
won 
they
won 

Subjunktiv Perfekt (Past perfect subjunctive)

I
had won 
you
had won 
he/she/it
had won 
we
had won 
you
had won 
they
had won 

Imperativ des unregelmäßigen Verbes [win]

Imperativ

I
win 
you
Let´s win 
he/she/it
win 
we
 
you
 
they
 

Partizip (Participle) des unregelmäßigen Verbes [win]

Partizip Präsens (Present participle)

I
winning 
you
 
he/she/it
 
we
 
you
 
they
 

Partizip Perfekt (Past participle)

I
won 
you
 
he/she/it
 
we
 
you
 
they
 

Verb-Adverb-Verbindungen (Phrasal verbs) des unregelmäßigen Verbes [win]

win back

win out

win over

win round

win through











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