escribe

escribe

(ɪˈskraɪb)
vb
(Mathematics) (tr) to draw (a circle) so that it is tangential to one side of a triangle and to the other two sides produced
[C16 (meaning: to write out): from ex-1 + Latin scrībere to write]

escribe


Past participle: escribed
Gerund: escribing

Imperative
escribe
escribe
Present
I escribe
you escribe
he/she/it escribes
we escribe
you escribe
they escribe
Preterite
I escribed
you escribed
he/she/it escribed
we escribed
you escribed
they escribed
Present Continuous
I am escribing
you are escribing
he/she/it is escribing
we are escribing
you are escribing
they are escribing
Present Perfect
I have escribed
you have escribed
he/she/it has escribed
we have escribed
you have escribed
they have escribed
Past Continuous
I was escribing
you were escribing
he/she/it was escribing
we were escribing
you were escribing
they were escribing
Past Perfect
I had escribed
you had escribed
he/she/it had escribed
we had escribed
you had escribed
they had escribed
Future
I will escribe
you will escribe
he/she/it will escribe
we will escribe
you will escribe
they will escribe
Future Perfect
I will have escribed
you will have escribed
he/she/it will have escribed
we will have escribed
you will have escribed
they will have escribed
Future Continuous
I will be escribing
you will be escribing
he/she/it will be escribing
we will be escribing
you will be escribing
they will be escribing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been escribing
you have been escribing
he/she/it has been escribing
we have been escribing
you have been escribing
they have been escribing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been escribing
you will have been escribing
he/she/it will have been escribing
we will have been escribing
you will have been escribing
they will have been escribing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been escribing
you had been escribing
he/she/it had been escribing
we had been escribing
you had been escribing
they had been escribing
Conditional
I would escribe
you would escribe
he/she/it would escribe
we would escribe
you would escribe
they would escribe
Past Conditional
I would have escribed
you would have escribed
he/she/it would have escribed
we would have escribed
you would have escribed
they would have escribed
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Sobre Arturo Escobar y Vega, el exdirigente del Partido Verde Ecologista de Mexico (PVEM), Nieto Castillo escribe en su libro que llego a la reunion acompanando al gobernador Velasco, quien ahora aclara que no participo en la misma.
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Asi escribe sobre el futbol: "Pareciamos un dibujito de Escher, cada cuerpo era la continuidad del otro" (13).
El que escribe tambien es escrito cuando, empujando la mano sobre el papel, se enfrenta a la fragilidad de un lenguaje que porta el deseo de esa mano.
Las escribe Maria Angulo Egea--profesora de Historia del Periodismo y Periodismo de Investigacion en la Universidad de Zaragoza--, y en ellas recoge una palabra que pertenece al titulo del libro: "mirada".
Pero los nombres a los que Ortega acude para apoyar sus ideas en los diferentes trabajos que escribe sobre el arte de su tiempo son, casi siempre, referencias problematicas: malos ejemplos, que, forzados para encajar en el hueco que el necesita cubrir para cimentar su exposicion, se tambalean cuando aparecen solos, solo con lo dicho sobre ellos, fuera--desprotegidos--de la cadencia, tan persuasiva, de sus argumentos.
El aparente oximoron se alimenta de autores como John Stuart Mill, John Rawls, Manuel de Rivacoba y Rivacoba, Luigi Ferrajoli y Ernesto Garzon Valdes, pero especialmente de Norberto Bobbio: "mi conviccion liberalsocialista, mi liberalismo con "pero", debe muchisimo a las ideas de Bobbio, hasta el punto de que bien puede no ser mas que un eco o reflejo de las que el tuvo", escribe Squella.
Con respecto a los numeros de abril y mayo, me parece que el senor Alberto Barranco Chavarria, escribe en sus articulos referentes a cafes, mesones y figones, todo esto de manera excelente, lastima que lo afee con sus chocantes "50's", "60's", "los 40's", que no son ni castellanos ni castizos.