Information about the word defeat (English → Esperanto: venki)

Part of speechverb
Pronunciation/dɪˈfiːt/
Hyphenationde·feat
Shavian alphabet𐑛𐑦𐑓𐑰𐑑

Conjugation

Indicative mood
Present tensePast tense
(I) defeat(I) defeated
(thou) defeatest(thou) defeatedst
(he) defeats, defeateth(he) defeated
(we) defeat(we) defeated
(you) defeat(you) defeated
(they) defeat(they) defeated
Subjunctive mood
Present tensePast tense
(I) defeat (I) defeated
(thou) defeat(thou) defeated
(he) defeat(he) defeated
(we) defeat(we) defeated
(you) defeat(you) defeated
(they) defeat(they) defeated
Imperative mood
defeat
Participles
Present participlePast participle
defeatingdefeated

Usage samples

The Netherlands remained part of the French Empire until the autumn of 1813, when Napoleon was defeated in the Battle of Leipzig and forced to withdraw his troops from the country.

Translations

Afrikaansverslaan
Catalansuperar; vèncer
Czechpřekonat; přemoci; zdolat
Danishbesejre
Dutchverslaan
Esperantovenki
Faeroesesigra; vinna
Finnishvoittaa
Frenchabattre; surmonter; vaincre
Germanbesiegen
Papiamentoderotá; vense
Portuguesedebelar; derrotar; levar de vencida; sobrepujar; superar
Romaniancâștiga; învinge
Saterland Frisianfersmääje; fersmätse; remäntje; siegje; uurtwinge; uurwinne; winne
Spanishvencer
Swedishbesegra
Thaiชนะ; ขนะ
Turkishaltetmek
West Frisianferslaan