Verb: "Conjugate"Here are some examples with the verb "conjugate." If you doubt that "conjugate" is a verb (or need to look up what it means), definitions from dictionary.com and Merriam-Webster agree. Note that, as with many verbs, noun forms exist. Here we're using the verb form.
Conjgate is a regular verb, so the present tense is simple. Consider the past tense:
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