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Correct spelling for the English word "even" is [ˈiːvən], [ˈiːvən], [ˈiː_v_ə_n]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Plural form of EVEN is EVENS

Definition of EVEN

  1. Equal: level: uniform: parallel: equal on both sides: not odd, able to be divided by 2 without a remainder: full; complete; as, -TO MAKE EVEN WITH, to square accounts with; to leave nothing owing to; as, -TO BEAR ONE'S SELF EVEN, to behave with equanimity; to guard one's consposure; as, -EVEN LINES, MAKE EVEN, terms used by printers, esp. those employed on newspaper work, meaning to space out the words of a line when the pieces of "copy" (manuscript) do not form whole paragraphs.

Anagrams of EVEN

3 letters

2 letters

Common Misspellings for EVEN

Below is the list of 466 misspellings for the word "even".

Similar spelling words for EVEN

Usage Examples for EVEN

  1. And then it will be even as I say. - "The Coming of the King" by James Hocking
  2. She did not even know how to say it. - "H. R." by Edwin Lefevre
  3. Even then I don't see how we can do anything. - "Down the Slope" by James Otis
  4. Dickenson does not even give his name. - "Stories of Childhood" by Various
  5. Even then Lord Mountdean would not hear of his going. - "Wife in Name Only" by Charlotte M. Braeme (Bertha M. Clay)

Conjugate verb Even

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have evened
you would have evened
he/she/it would have evened
we would have evened
they would have evened
I would have even
you would have even
he/she/it would have even
we would have even
they would have even

CONDITIONAL PERFECT PROGRESSIVE

I would have been evening
you would have been evening
he/she/it would have been evening
we would have been evening
they would have been evening

CONDITIONAL PRESENT

I would even
you would even
he/she/it would even
we would even
they would even

CONDITIONAL PRESENT PROGRESSIVE

I would be evening
you would be evening
he/she/it would be evening
we would be evening
they would be evening

FUTURE

I will even
you will even
he/she/it will even
we will even
they will even

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

I will be evening
you will be evening
he/she/it will be evening
we will be evening
they will be evening

FUTURE PERFECT

I will have evened
you will have evened
he/she/it will have evened
we will have evened
they will have evened

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I will have been evening
you will have been evening
he/she/it will have been evening
we will have been evening
they will have been evening

IMPERATIVE

you even
we let´s even

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to even

PAST CONTINUOUS

I was evening
you were evening
he/she/it was evening
we were evening
they were evening

PAST PARTICIPLE

evened

PAST PERFECT

I had evened
you had evened
he/she/it had evened
we had evened
they had evened

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I had been evening
you had been evening
he/she/it had been evening
we had been evening
they had been evening

PRESENT

I even
you even
he/she/it evens
we even
they even

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

I am evening
you are evening
he/she/it is evening
we are evening
they are evening

PRESENT PARTICIPLE

evening

PRESENT PERFECT

I have evened
you have evened
he/she/it has evened
we have evened
they have evened

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I have been evening
you have been evening
he/she/it has been evening
we have been evening
they have been evening

PRESENT SUBJUNCTIVE

he/she/it even

SIMPLE PAST

I evened
you evened
he/she/it evened
we evened
they evened
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