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com·mis·er·ate

 (kə-mĭz′ə-rāt′)
v. com·mis·er·at·ed, com·mis·er·at·ing, com·mis·er·ates
v.tr.
To feel or express sorrow or pity for; sympathize with.
v.intr.
To feel or express sympathy: commiserated over their failure.

[Latin commiserārī, commiserāt- : com-, com- + miserārī, to pity (from miser, wretched).]

com·mis′er·a′tive adj.
com·mis′er·a′tive·ly adv.
com·mis′er·a′tor n.

commiserate

(kəˈmɪzəˌreɪt)
vb
(when: intr, usually foll by with) to feel or express sympathy or compassion (for)
[C17: from Latin commiserārī, from com- together + miserārī to bewail, pity, from miser wretched]
comˈmiserable adj
comˌmiseˈration n
comˈmiserative adj
comˈmiseratively adv
comˈmiserˌator n

com•mis•er•ate

(kəˈmɪz əˌreɪt)

v. -at•ed, -at•ing. v.t.
1. to feel or express sorrow or sympathy for; empathize with; pity.
v.i.
2. to sympathize (usu. fol. by with): to commiserate with someone over a loss.
[1585–95; < Latin commiserātus, past participle of commiserārī to fell compassion for =com- com- + miserārī to feel sorry for, derivative of miser wretched; compare misery]
com•mis`er•a′tion, n.
com•mis′er•a`tive, adj.
com•mis′er•a`tive•ly, adv.
com•mis′er•a`tor, n.

commiserate


Past participle: commiserated
Gerund: commiserating

Imperative
commiserate
commiserate
Present
I commiserate
you commiserate
he/she/it commiserates
we commiserate
you commiserate
they commiserate
Preterite
I commiserated
you commiserated
he/she/it commiserated
we commiserated
you commiserated
they commiserated
Present Continuous
I am commiserating
you are commiserating
he/she/it is commiserating
we are commiserating
you are commiserating
they are commiserating
Present Perfect
I have commiserated
you have commiserated
he/she/it has commiserated
we have commiserated
you have commiserated
they have commiserated
Past Continuous
I was commiserating
you were commiserating
he/she/it was commiserating
we were commiserating
you were commiserating
they were commiserating
Past Perfect
I had commiserated
you had commiserated
he/she/it had commiserated
we had commiserated
you had commiserated
they had commiserated
Future
I will commiserate
you will commiserate
he/she/it will commiserate
we will commiserate
you will commiserate
they will commiserate
Future Perfect
I will have commiserated
you will have commiserated
he/she/it will have commiserated
we will have commiserated
you will have commiserated
they will have commiserated
Future Continuous
I will be commiserating
you will be commiserating
he/she/it will be commiserating
we will be commiserating
you will be commiserating
they will be commiserating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been commiserating
you have been commiserating
he/she/it has been commiserating
we have been commiserating
you have been commiserating
they have been commiserating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been commiserating
you will have been commiserating
he/she/it will have been commiserating
we will have been commiserating
you will have been commiserating
they will have been commiserating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been commiserating
you had been commiserating
he/she/it had been commiserating
we had been commiserating
you had been commiserating
they had been commiserating
Conditional
I would commiserate
you would commiserate
he/she/it would commiserate
we would commiserate
you would commiserate
they would commiserate
Past Conditional
I would have commiserated
you would have commiserated
he/she/it would have commiserated
we would have commiserated
you would have commiserated
they would have commiserated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.commiserate - to feel or express sympathy or compassion
condole - express one's sympathetic grief, on the occasion of someone's death; "You must condole the widow"

commiserate

verb (often with with) sympathize, pity, feel for, console, condole When I lost, he commiserated with me.

commiserate

verb
To experience or express compassion:
Idioms: be sorry, have pity.
Translations
kondolovatlitovat
have medfølelse med
samhryggjast
užjaustiužuojauta
izteikt līdzjūtībujust līdzi
poľutovať
acısına ortak olmak

commiserate

[kəˈmɪzəreɪt] VI friends called to commiserate when they found out I hadn't got the jobcuando me rechazaron para el trabajo mis amigos me llamaron para decirme lo mucho que lo sentían
"I know how you feel," he commiserated-sé cómo te sientes -le dijo a modo de consuelo

commiserate

[kəˈmɪzəreɪt] vi
to commiserate with sb → témoigner sa sympathie à qn

commiserate

vimitfühlen (with mit); we commiserate with you on the loss of your husbandwir nehmen Anteil am Tode Ihres Gatten

commiserate

[kəˈmɪzəreɪt] vi to commiserate withesprimere il proprio rincrescimento a

commiserate

(kəˈmizəreit) verb
to express sympathy (with).
comˌmiseˈration noun

commiserate

v. tener compasión, tener lástima; apiadarse, compadecerse; tenerse lástima.