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How Do You Spell MEANT?

Correct spelling for the English word "Meant" is [m_ˈɛ_n_t], [mˈɛnt], [mˈɛnt]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for MEANT

Below is the list of 425 misspellings for the word "meant".

Definition of MEANT

  1. Past tense and past participle of the verb mean.

Anagrams of MEANT

5 letters

4 letters

3 letters

Usage Examples for MEANT

  1. That's what he meant. - "The Depot Master" by Joseph C. Lincoln
  2. " You meant it then, and you mean it now, and I'm going to keep my word when I can. - "The Star-Gazers" by George Manville Fenn

Conjugate verb Meant

CONDITIONAL

I would meant
you would meant
he/she/it would meant
we would meant
they would meant
I would mean
we would mean
you would mean
he/she/it would mean
they would mean

CONDITIONAL CONTINUOUS

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

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have meant
you would have meant
he/she/it would have meant
we would have meant
they would have meant

CONDITIONAL PERFECT CONTINUOUS

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

FUTURE

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

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

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

FUTURE PERFECT

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

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

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

IMPERATIVE

you mean
we let´s mean

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to mean

PAST

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

PAST CONTINUOUS

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

PAST PARTICIPLE

meant

PAST PERFECT

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

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

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

PRESENT

I mean
you mean
he/she/it means
we mean
they mean

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

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

PRESENT PARTICIPLE

meaning

PRESENT PERFECT

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

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

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