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me·tath·e·size

 (mĭ-tăth′ĭ-sīz′)
tr. & intr.v. me·tath·e·sized, me·tath·e·siz·ing, me·tath·e·siz·es
To subject to or undergo metathesis.

metathesize

(mɪˈtæθɪˌsaɪz) or

metathesise

vb
(Linguistics) to change or cause to change by metathesis

me•tath•e•size

(məˈtæθ əˌsaɪz)

v.t., v.i. -sized, -siz•ing.
to cause to undergo or undergo metathesis.
[1915–20]

metathesize


Past participle: metathesized
Gerund: metathesizing

Imperative
metathesize
metathesize
Present
I metathesize
you metathesize
he/she/it metathesizes
we metathesize
you metathesize
they metathesize
Preterite
I metathesized
you metathesized
he/she/it metathesized
we metathesized
you metathesized
they metathesized
Present Continuous
I am metathesizing
you are metathesizing
he/she/it is metathesizing
we are metathesizing
you are metathesizing
they are metathesizing
Present Perfect
I have metathesized
you have metathesized
he/she/it has metathesized
we have metathesized
you have metathesized
they have metathesized
Past Continuous
I was metathesizing
you were metathesizing
he/she/it was metathesizing
we were metathesizing
you were metathesizing
they were metathesizing
Past Perfect
I had metathesized
you had metathesized
he/she/it had metathesized
we had metathesized
you had metathesized
they had metathesized
Future
I will metathesize
you will metathesize
he/she/it will metathesize
we will metathesize
you will metathesize
they will metathesize
Future Perfect
I will have metathesized
you will have metathesized
he/she/it will have metathesized
we will have metathesized
you will have metathesized
they will have metathesized
Future Continuous
I will be metathesizing
you will be metathesizing
he/she/it will be metathesizing
we will be metathesizing
you will be metathesizing
they will be metathesizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been metathesizing
you have been metathesizing
he/she/it has been metathesizing
we have been metathesizing
you have been metathesizing
they have been metathesizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been metathesizing
you will have been metathesizing
he/she/it will have been metathesizing
we will have been metathesizing
you will have been metathesizing
they will have been metathesizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been metathesizing
you had been metathesizing
he/she/it had been metathesizing
we had been metathesizing
you had been metathesizing
they had been metathesizing
Conditional
I would metathesize
you would metathesize
he/she/it would metathesize
we would metathesize
you would metathesize
they would metathesize
Past Conditional
I would have metathesized
you would have metathesized
he/she/it would have metathesized
we would have metathesized
you would have metathesized
they would have metathesized
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