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English verb forgive conjugated in all tenses.

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Present

I forgive

you forgive

he forgives

we forgive

you forgive

they forgive





Perfect

I have forgiven

you have forgiven

he has forgiven

we have forgiven

you have forgiven

they have forgiven





Past

I forgave

you forgave

he forgave

we forgave

you forgave

they forgave







Pluperfect

I had forgiven

you had forgiven

he had forgiven

we had forgiven

you had forgiven

they had forgiven





Future

I

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VERB:

for·gave (-gv) KEY , for·giv·en (-gvn) KEY , for·giv·ing, for·gives

VERB:

tr.



To excuse for a fault or an offense; pardon.

To renounce anger or resentment against.

To absolve from payment of (a debt, for example).



VERB:

intr.



To accord forgiveness.



ETYMOLOGY:

Middle English forgiven, from Old English forgiefan; see ghabh- in Indo-European roots



OTHER FORMS:

for·giva·ble(Adjective), for·giva·bly(Adverb), for·gi

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