outeat

outeat

(ˌaʊtˈiːt)
vb, -eats, -eating, -ate or -eaten
to eat more than

outeat


Past participle: outeaten
Gerund: outeating

Imperative
outeat
outeat
Present
I outeat
you outeat
he/she/it outeats
we outeat
you outeat
they outeat
Preterite
I outate
you outate
he/she/it outate
we outate
you outate
they outate
Present Continuous
I am outeating
you are outeating
he/she/it is outeating
we are outeating
you are outeating
they are outeating
Present Perfect
I have outeaten
you have outeaten
he/she/it has outeaten
we have outeaten
you have outeaten
they have outeaten
Past Continuous
I was outeating
you were outeating
he/she/it was outeating
we were outeating
you were outeating
they were outeating
Past Perfect
I had outeaten
you had outeaten
he/she/it had outeaten
we had outeaten
you had outeaten
they had outeaten
Future
I will outeat
you will outeat
he/she/it will outeat
we will outeat
you will outeat
they will outeat
Future Perfect
I will have outeaten
you will have outeaten
he/she/it will have outeaten
we will have outeaten
you will have outeaten
they will have outeaten
Future Continuous
I will be outeating
you will be outeating
he/she/it will be outeating
we will be outeating
you will be outeating
they will be outeating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been outeating
you have been outeating
he/she/it has been outeating
we have been outeating
you have been outeating
they have been outeating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been outeating
you will have been outeating
he/she/it will have been outeating
we will have been outeating
you will have been outeating
they will have been outeating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been outeating
you had been outeating
he/she/it had been outeating
we had been outeating
you had been outeating
they had been outeating
Conditional
I would outeat
you would outeat
he/she/it would outeat
we would outeat
you would outeat
they would outeat
Past Conditional
I would have outeaten
you would have outeaten
he/she/it would have outeaten
we would have outeaten
you would have outeaten
they would have outeaten
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