Böj "to exhaust" - engelskt verb

Infinitiv: to exhaust (exhausted|exhausted)

Böjning av verbet "to exhaust"

Present
I exhaust
you exhaust
he/she/it exhausts
we exhaust
you exhaust
they exhaust

Present continuous
I am exhausting
you are exhausting
he/she/it is exhausting
we are exhausting
you are exhausting
they are exhausting

Simple past
I exhausted
you exhausted
he/she/it exhausted
we exhausted
you exhausted
they exhausted

Past continuous
I was exhausting
you were exhausting
he/she/it was exhausting
we were exhausting
you were exhausting
they were exhausting

Present perfect
I have exhausted
you have exhausted
he/she/it has exhausted
we have exhausted
you have exhausted
they have exhausted

Present perfect continuous
I have been exhausting
you have been exhausting
he/she/it has been exhausting
we have been exhausting
you have been exhausting
they have been exhausting

Past perfect
I had exhausted
you had exhausted
he/she/it had exhausted
we had exhausted
you had exhausted
they had exhausted

Past perfect continuous
I had been exhausting
you had been exhausting
he/she/it had been exhausting
we had been exhausting
you had been exhausting
they had been exhausting

Future
I will exhaust
you will exhaust
he/she/it will exhaust
we will exhaust
you will exhaust
they will exhaust

Future continuous
I will be exhausting
you will be exhausting
he/she/it will be exhausting
we will be exhausting
you will be exhausting
they will be exhausting

Future perfect
I will have exhausted
you will have exhausted
he/she/it will have exhausted
we will have exhausted
you will have exhausted
they will have exhausted

Future perfect continuous
I will have been exhausting
you will have been exhausting
he/she/it will have been exhausting
we will have been exhausting
you will have been exhausting
they will have been exhausting

Conditional present
I would exhaust
you would exhaust
he/she/it would exhaust
we would exhaust
you would exhaust
they would exhaust

Conditional perfect
I would have exhausted
you would have exhausted
he/she/it would have exhausted
we would have exhausted
you would have exhausted
they would have exhausted

Conditional present progressive
I would be exhausting
you would be exhausting
he/she/it would be exhausting
we would be exhausting
you would be exhausting
they would be exhausting

Conditional perfect progressive
I would have been exhausting
you would have been exhausting
he/she/it would have been exhausting
we would have been exhausting
you would have been exhausting
they would have been exhausting

Present subjunctive
I exhaust
you exhaust
he/she/it exhaust
we exhaust
you exhaust
they exhaust

Past subjunctive
I exhausted
you exhausted
he/she/it exhausted
we exhausted
you exhausted
they exhausted

Past perfect subjunctive
I had exhausted
you had exhausted
he/she/it had exhausted
we had exhausted
you had exhausted
they had exhausted

Imperative
you exhaust
we Let´s exhaust
you exhaust

Present participle
exhausting

Past participle
exhausted

Synonymer

Synonymer (engelska) till "exhaust":

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Översättning (Svenska) av "to exhaust"

Exempelmeningar (Engelska) för "to exhaust"

And what happens to the exhaust performance then?
But, of course, this does not exhaust our agenda.
It is said that exhaust gases will be cut by half.
Permissible sound level and the exhaust system of motor vehicles (
They do not exhaust resources and they support local development.
We will not exhaust this debate in a few minutes.
Unfortunately, these two cases do not exhaust the list of phobias.
The problem is that we are going to exhaust all the world's resources.
We now have the ability, for the first time, to charge for exhaust gases.
The parameters for the exhaust values, and for the fuel values, must be met.
exhaust and particulate emissions that degrade the quality of bathing waters;
The answer is no: we urgently need exhaust after treatment for lorries too.
Finally, just a few words about the possibilities offered by exhaust-gas cleaning.
Detailed technical inspection and testing for safety in traffic and exhaust levels.
This directive deals with exhaust emissions from diesel engines installed in tractors.
We must not, however, exhaust them with excess legislation and authority.
So a reduction in consumption is added to the effects of exhaust after treatment.
Industry naturally needs time to develop new engines and new exhaust emissions cleaning systems.
To not do this would be to open the floodgates which would quickly exhaust the fund in question.
It is abundantly clear that the Commission's communication does not exhaust all possible solutions.
If the OBD discovers a defect in the exhaust system, the fault must be removed.
Within the next few years, new engines will reduce fuel consumption and improve exhaust cleanliness.
And we must exhaust every possible avenue in order to do so.
The improvement, which will reduce noise and exhaust to some degree, has been adopted by the Commission.
The Brussels conclusions imposed a financial cap that does not exhaust the possibilities offered by Berlin.
There we can carry out checks, as we do with the crash test, as we do for exhaust gas emissions.
Implementing the directive will reduce noise and exhaust emission levels.
Comparable legislation exists in the United States on exhaust emissions from recreational out-board engines.
One thing is clear, and that is that noise and exhaust gases are to the detriment of both people and nature.
Madame President, vehicle exhaust emissions are currently the largest single source of atmospheric pollution.
My group is in favour of the internalisation of external costs, and specifically exhaust emissions and noise.
What we need here is an on-board diagnostic system which alerts the driver to any fault in the exhaust system.
I regret that the majority of the groups did not wish to exhaust the means that we have to apply pressure.
A considerable proportion of the C02 that we all send into the atmosphere is accounted for by car exhaust fumes.
Both reports seek to address two aspects of this complex problem: fuel quality and the reduction of exhaust gases.
For example, increased traffic exhaust is the direct cause of the rise in greenhouse gases in our atmosphere.
The stricter exhaust emission standards for goods vehicles, for which we had had such high hopes, were inadequate.
Exhaust fumes and the lack of traffic safety were accepted as part of the deal, as well as the noise cars generate.
If this target is to be reached, the Community will have to exhaust all the possibilities which are available to it.
Certainly, exhaust emissions compared with overall exhaust emissions from other engines in the European Union are tiny.