Information about the word abdicate (English → Esperanto: abdiki)

Part of speechverb
Pronunciation/ˈæbdɪkeɪ̯t/
Hyphenationab·di·cate
Shavian alphabet𐑨𐑚𐑛𐑦𐑒𐑱𐑑
Deseret alphabet𐐰𐐺𐐼𐐮𐐿𐐩𐐻

Conjugation

Indicative mood
Present tensePast tense
(I) abdicate(I) abdicated
(thou) abdicatest(thou) abdicatedst
(he) abdicates, abdicateth(he) abdicated
(we) abdicate(we) abdicated
(you) abdicate(you) abdicated
(they) abdicate(they) abdicated
Subjunctive mood
Present tensePast tense
(I) abdicate (I) abdicated
(thou) abdicate(thou) abdicated
(he) abdicate(he) abdicated
(we) abdicate(we) abdicated
(you) abdicate(you) abdicated
(they) abdicate(they) abdicated
Imperative mood
abdicate
Participles
Present participlePast participle
abdicatingabdicated

Usage samples

Japan’s emperor Akihito formally abdicated Tuesday during a historic ceremony in Tokyo, becoming the country’s first monarch to step down from the Chrysanthemum Throne in two centuries.

Translations

Afrikaansabdikeer; troonsafstand doen
Albanianabdikoj
Catalanabdicar
Dutchabdiceren; abdiqueren; afstand doen; afstand doen van; troonsafstand doen
Esperantoabdiki
Faeroesesiga valdið frá sær
Frenchabdiquer; se démettre de
Germanabdizieren
Greekεγκαταλείπω; παραιτούμαι
Hungarianlemond
Italianabdicare
Latinabdicare; abire
Luxemburgishofdanken
Papiamentoabdiká
Portugueseabdicar
Russianотречься
Saterland Frisianabdizierje; outonkje
Spanishabdicar
Swedishabdikera