decarbonise


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decarbonise


Past participle: decarbonised
Gerund: decarbonising

Imperative
decarbonise
decarbonise
Present
I decarbonise
you decarbonise
he/she/it decarbonises
we decarbonise
you decarbonise
they decarbonise
Preterite
I decarbonised
you decarbonised
he/she/it decarbonised
we decarbonised
you decarbonised
they decarbonised
Present Continuous
I am decarbonising
you are decarbonising
he/she/it is decarbonising
we are decarbonising
you are decarbonising
they are decarbonising
Present Perfect
I have decarbonised
you have decarbonised
he/she/it has decarbonised
we have decarbonised
you have decarbonised
they have decarbonised
Past Continuous
I was decarbonising
you were decarbonising
he/she/it was decarbonising
we were decarbonising
you were decarbonising
they were decarbonising
Past Perfect
I had decarbonised
you had decarbonised
he/she/it had decarbonised
we had decarbonised
you had decarbonised
they had decarbonised
Future
I will decarbonise
you will decarbonise
he/she/it will decarbonise
we will decarbonise
you will decarbonise
they will decarbonise
Future Perfect
I will have decarbonised
you will have decarbonised
he/she/it will have decarbonised
we will have decarbonised
you will have decarbonised
they will have decarbonised
Future Continuous
I will be decarbonising
you will be decarbonising
he/she/it will be decarbonising
we will be decarbonising
you will be decarbonising
they will be decarbonising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been decarbonising
you have been decarbonising
he/she/it has been decarbonising
we have been decarbonising
you have been decarbonising
they have been decarbonising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been decarbonising
you will have been decarbonising
he/she/it will have been decarbonising
we will have been decarbonising
you will have been decarbonising
they will have been decarbonising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been decarbonising
you had been decarbonising
he/she/it had been decarbonising
we had been decarbonising
you had been decarbonising
they had been decarbonising
Conditional
I would decarbonise
you would decarbonise
he/she/it would decarbonise
we would decarbonise
you would decarbonise
they would decarbonise
Past Conditional
I would have decarbonised
you would have decarbonised
he/she/it would have decarbonised
we would have decarbonised
you would have decarbonised
they would have decarbonised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.decarbonise - remove carbon from (an engine)
remove, take away, withdraw, take - remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract; "remove a threat"; "remove a wrapper"; "Remove the dirty dishes from the table"; "take the gun from your pocket"; "This machine withdraws heat from the environment"
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