Descripción: MEAN - Conjugación. En la siguiente entrada puedes acceder a la conjugación de todos los tiempos verbales del verbo irregular MEAN - MEANT - MEANT (Querer decir / significar).
Mean - Meant - Meant (Querer decir, significar)
3º pers. sing - means
Significados: Significar, querer decir
Afirmativo: I mean, you mean, he/she/it means, we mean, they mean
Negativo: I don't mean, you don't mean, he/she/it doesn't mean, we don't mean, they don't mean
Interrogativo: Do I mean? Do you mean? Does he/she/it mean? Do we mean? Do they mean?
Afirmativo: I am meaning, you are meaning, he/she/it is meaning, we are meaning, they are meaning
Negativo: I'm not meaning, you aren't meaning, he/she/it isn't meaning, we aren't meaning, they aren't meaning
Interrogativo: Am I meaning? Are you meaning? Is he/she/it meaning? Are we meaning? Are they meaning?
Afirmativo: I meant, you meant, he/she/it meant, we meant, they meant
Negativo: I didn't mean, you didn't mean, he/she/it didn't mean, we didn't mean, they didn't mean
Interrogativo: Did I mean? Did you mean? Did he/she/it mean? Did we mean? Did they mean?
Afirmativo: I was meaning, you were meaning, he/she/it was meaning, we were meaning, they were meaning
Negativo: I wasn't meaning, you weren't meaning, he/she/it wasn't meaning, we weren't meaning, they weren't meaning
Interrogativo: Was I meaning? Were you meaning? Was he/she/it meaning? Were we meaning? Were they meaning?
Afirmativo: I will mean, you will mean, he/she/it will mean, we will mean, they will mean
Negativo: I won't mean, you won't mean, he/she/it won't mean, we won't mean, they won't mean
Interrogativo: Will I mean? Will you mean? Will he/she/it mean? Will we mean? Will they mean?
Afirmativo: I will be meaning, you will be meaning, he/she/it will be meaning, we will be meaning, they will be meaning
Negativo: I won't be meaning, you won't be meaning, he/she/it won't be meaning, we won't be meaning, they won't be meaning
Interrogativo: Will I be meaning? Will you be meaning? Will he/she/it be meaning? Will we be meaning? Will they be meaning?
Afirmativo: I will have meant, you will have meant, he/she/it will have meant, we will have meant, they will have meant
Negativo: I won't have meant, you won't have meant, he/she/it won't have meant, we won't have meant, they won't have meant
Interrogativo: Will I have meant? Will you have meant? Will he/she/it have meant? Will we have meant? Will they have meant?
Presente perfecto simple:
Afirmativo: I have meant, you have meant, he/she/it has meant, we have meant, they have meant
Negativo: I haven't meant, you haven't meant, he/she/it hasn't meant, we haven't meant, they haven't meant
Interrogativo: Have I meant? Have you meant? Has he/she/it meant? Have we meant? Have they meant?
Presente perfecto continuo:
Afirmativo: I have been meaning, you have been meaning, he/she/it has been meaning, we have been meaning, they have been meaning
Negativo: I haven't been meaning, you haven't been meaning, he/she/it hasn't been meaning, we haven't been meaning, they haven't been meaning
Interrogativo: Have I been meaning? Have you been meaning? Has he/she/it been meaning? Have we been meaning? Have they been meaning?
Pasado perfecto simple:
Afirmativo: I had meant, you had meant, he/she/it had meant, we had meant, they had meant
Negativo: I hadn't meant, you hadn't meant, he/she/it hadn't meant, we hadn't meant, they hadn't meant
Interrogativo: Had I meant? Had you meant? Had he/she/it meant? Had we meant? Had they meant?
Pasado perfecto continuo:
Afirmativo: I had been meaning, you had been meaning, he/she/it had been meaning, we had been meaning, they had been meaning
Negativo: I hadn't been meaning, you hadn't been meaning, he/she/it hadn't been meaning, we hadn't been meaning, they hadn't been meaning
Interrogativo: Had I been meaning? Had you been meaning? Had he/she/it been meaning? Had we been meaning? Had they been meaning?
Afirmativo: I would mean, you would mean, he/she/it would mean, we would mean, they would mean
Negativo: I wouldn't mean, you wouldn't mean, he/she/it wouldn't mean, we wouldn't mean, they wouldn't mean
Interrogativo: Would I mean? Would you mean? Would he/she/it mean? Would we mean? Would they mean?
Afirmativo: I would have meant, you would have meant, he/she/it would have meant, we would have meant, they would have meant
Negativo: I wouldn't have meant, you wouldn't have meant, he/she/it wouldn't have meant, we wouldn't have meant, they wouldn't have meant
Interrogativo: Would I have meant? Would you have meant? Would he/she/it have meant? Would we have meant? Would they have meant?
Afirmativo: I would be meaning, you would be meaning, he/she/it would be meaning, we would be meaning, they would be meaning
Negativo: I wouldn't be meaning, you wouldn't be meaning, he/she/it wouldn't be meaning, we wouldn't be meaning, they wouldn't be meaning
Interrogativo: Would I be meaning? Would you be meaning? Would he/she/it be meaning? Would we be meaning? Would they be meaning?