pupate


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pu·pate

 (pyo͞o′pāt′)
intr.v. pu·pat·ed, pu·pat·ing, pu·pates
1. To become a pupa.
2. To go through a pupal stage.

pu·pa′tion n.

pupate

(pjuːˈpeɪt)
vb
(Zoology) (intr) (of an insect larva) to develop into a pupa
puˈpation n

pu•pate

(ˈpyu peɪt)

v.i. -pat•ed, -pat•ing.
to become a pupa.

pupate


Past participle: pupated
Gerund: pupating

Imperative
pupate
pupate
Present
I pupate
you pupate
he/she/it pupates
we pupate
you pupate
they pupate
Preterite
I pupated
you pupated
he/she/it pupated
we pupated
you pupated
they pupated
Present Continuous
I am pupating
you are pupating
he/she/it is pupating
we are pupating
you are pupating
they are pupating
Present Perfect
I have pupated
you have pupated
he/she/it has pupated
we have pupated
you have pupated
they have pupated
Past Continuous
I was pupating
you were pupating
he/she/it was pupating
we were pupating
you were pupating
they were pupating
Past Perfect
I had pupated
you had pupated
he/she/it had pupated
we had pupated
you had pupated
they had pupated
Future
I will pupate
you will pupate
he/she/it will pupate
we will pupate
you will pupate
they will pupate
Future Perfect
I will have pupated
you will have pupated
he/she/it will have pupated
we will have pupated
you will have pupated
they will have pupated
Future Continuous
I will be pupating
you will be pupating
he/she/it will be pupating
we will be pupating
you will be pupating
they will be pupating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been pupating
you have been pupating
he/she/it has been pupating
we have been pupating
you have been pupating
they have been pupating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been pupating
you will have been pupating
he/she/it will have been pupating
we will have been pupating
you will have been pupating
they will have been pupating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been pupating
you had been pupating
he/she/it had been pupating
we had been pupating
you had been pupating
they had been pupating
Conditional
I would pupate
you would pupate
he/she/it would pupate
we would pupate
you would pupate
they would pupate
Past Conditional
I would have pupated
you would have pupated
he/she/it would have pupated
we would have pupated
you would have pupated
they would have pupated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.pupate - develop into a pupa; "the insect larva pupate"
acquire, develop, produce, grow, get - come to have or undergo a change of (physical features and attributes); "He grew a beard"; "The patient developed abdominal pains"; "I got funny spots all over my body"; "Well-developed breasts"
Translations

pupate

[ˈpjuːpeɪt] VIcrisalidar

pupate

visich verpuppen
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