condole

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con·dole

 (kən-dōl′)
intr.v. con·doled, con·dol·ing, con·doles
To express sympathy or sorrow: I condoled with him in his loss.

[Late Latin condolēre, to feel another's pain : Latin com-, com- + Latin dolēre, to grieve.]

con·do′la·to′ry (-dō′lə-tôr′ē) adj.
con·dol′er n.

condole

(kənˈdəʊl)
vb
(foll by: with) to express sympathy with someone in grief, pain, etc
[C16: from Church Latin condolēre to suffer pain (with another), from Latin com- together + dolēre to grieve, feel pain]
conˈdolatory adj
conˈdoler n
conˈdolingly adv

con•dole

(kənˈdoʊl)

v. -doled, -dol•ing. v.i.
1. to express sympathy with a person suffering sorrow, misfortune, or grief (usu. fol. by with).
v.t.
2. Obs. to grieve with.
[1580–90; < Late Latin condolēre=con- con- + dolēre to feel pain; compare dolor]
con•do′la•to`ry (-ˈdoʊ ləˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i) adj.
con•dol′er, n.
con•dol′ing•ly, adv.

condole


Past participle: condoled
Gerund: condoling

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

condole

[kənˈdəʊl] VI (frm) to condole with sbcondolerse de algn

condole

vi to condole with somebody (on or upon something)jdm (zu etw) sein Mitgefühl aussprechen; (on death also) → jdm (zu etw) kondolieren

condole

[kənˈdəʊl] vi (frm) to condole with sbporgere le proprie condoglianze a qn

condole

vt. condolerse; dar el pésame.