pauperise


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pauperise


Past participle: pauperised
Gerund: pauperising

Imperative
pauperise
pauperise
Present
I pauperise
you pauperise
he/she/it pauperises
we pauperise
you pauperise
they pauperise
Preterite
I pauperised
you pauperised
he/she/it pauperised
we pauperised
you pauperised
they pauperised
Present Continuous
I am pauperising
you are pauperising
he/she/it is pauperising
we are pauperising
you are pauperising
they are pauperising
Present Perfect
I have pauperised
you have pauperised
he/she/it has pauperised
we have pauperised
you have pauperised
they have pauperised
Past Continuous
I was pauperising
you were pauperising
he/she/it was pauperising
we were pauperising
you were pauperising
they were pauperising
Past Perfect
I had pauperised
you had pauperised
he/she/it had pauperised
we had pauperised
you had pauperised
they had pauperised
Future
I will pauperise
you will pauperise
he/she/it will pauperise
we will pauperise
you will pauperise
they will pauperise
Future Perfect
I will have pauperised
you will have pauperised
he/she/it will have pauperised
we will have pauperised
you will have pauperised
they will have pauperised
Future Continuous
I will be pauperising
you will be pauperising
he/she/it will be pauperising
we will be pauperising
you will be pauperising
they will be pauperising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been pauperising
you have been pauperising
he/she/it has been pauperising
we have been pauperising
you have been pauperising
they have been pauperising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been pauperising
you will have been pauperising
he/she/it will have been pauperising
we will have been pauperising
you will have been pauperising
they will have been pauperising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been pauperising
you had been pauperising
he/she/it had been pauperising
we had been pauperising
you had been pauperising
they had been pauperising
Conditional
I would pauperise
you would pauperise
he/she/it would pauperise
we would pauperise
you would pauperise
they would pauperise
Past Conditional
I would have pauperised
you would have pauperised
he/she/it would have pauperised
we would have pauperised
you would have pauperised
they would have pauperised
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.pauperise - reduce to beggarypauperise - reduce to beggary      
impoverish - make poor
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References in classic literature ?
It must be admitted that he allowed her half a pound of tea a year, which was weak in him: first, because all gifts have an inevitable tendency to pauperise the recipient, and secondly, because his only reasonable transaction in that commodity would have been to buy it for as little as he could possibly give, and sell it for as much as he could possibly get; it having been clearly ascertained by philosophers that in this is comprised the whole duty of man - not a part of man's duty, but the whole.
They impose IMF and World Bank conditionalities that ruin our economy and pauperise our people.
They talk of the time they were guaranteed of markets for their grains at a reasonable price.The importation of cheap grain from countries where farmers are subsidised dominates discourses on how politicians and technocrats have conspired to pauperise them.
The PKMT's own position on GMOs and the seed companies has been clear for over a decade: they violate farmers' collective rights to seed and will pauperise the small and landless tillers of the soil.
Stop thinking of Pakistani nukes as a deterrent for us, build our military massively, challenge the adversary with its doddering economy to match up and pauperise itself (the Chinese give nothing for free), and build a new deterrence: Old-fashioned conventional military power.