finger-paint


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fin·ger-paint

(fĭng′gər-pānt′)
tr. & intr.v. fin·ger-paint·ed, fin·ger-paint·ing, fin·ger-paints
To make by or engage in finger painting.

finger-paint


Past participle: finger-painted
Gerund: finger-painting

Imperative
finger-paint
finger-paint
Present
I finger-paint
you finger-paint
he/she/it finger-paints
we finger-paint
you finger-paint
they finger-paint
Preterite
I finger-painted
you finger-painted
he/she/it finger-painted
we finger-painted
you finger-painted
they finger-painted
Present Continuous
I am finger-painting
you are finger-painting
he/she/it is finger-painting
we are finger-painting
you are finger-painting
they are finger-painting
Present Perfect
I have finger-painted
you have finger-painted
he/she/it has finger-painted
we have finger-painted
you have finger-painted
they have finger-painted
Past Continuous
I was finger-painting
you were finger-painting
he/she/it was finger-painting
we were finger-painting
you were finger-painting
they were finger-painting
Past Perfect
I had finger-painted
you had finger-painted
he/she/it had finger-painted
we had finger-painted
you had finger-painted
they had finger-painted
Future
I will finger-paint
you will finger-paint
he/she/it will finger-paint
we will finger-paint
you will finger-paint
they will finger-paint
Future Perfect
I will have finger-painted
you will have finger-painted
he/she/it will have finger-painted
we will have finger-painted
you will have finger-painted
they will have finger-painted
Future Continuous
I will be finger-painting
you will be finger-painting
he/she/it will be finger-painting
we will be finger-painting
you will be finger-painting
they will be finger-painting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been finger-painting
you have been finger-painting
he/she/it has been finger-painting
we have been finger-painting
you have been finger-painting
they have been finger-painting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been finger-painting
you will have been finger-painting
he/she/it will have been finger-painting
we will have been finger-painting
you will have been finger-painting
they will have been finger-painting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been finger-painting
you had been finger-painting
he/she/it had been finger-painting
we had been finger-painting
you had been finger-painting
they had been finger-painting
Conditional
I would finger-paint
you would finger-paint
he/she/it would finger-paint
we would finger-paint
you would finger-paint
they would finger-paint
Past Conditional
I would have finger-painted
you would have finger-painted
he/she/it would have finger-painted
we would have finger-painted
you would have finger-painted
they would have finger-painted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.finger-paint - apply colors with one's fingers
artistic creation, artistic production, art - the creation of beautiful or significant things; "art does not need to be innovative to be good"; "I was never any good at art"; "he said that architecture is the art of wasting space beautifully"
paint - make a painting; "he painted all day in the garden"; "He painted a painting of the garden"
Translations

finger-paint

[ˈfɪŋgəpeɪnt] VIpintar con los dedos
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