Conjugate costar in all tenses in Spanish | Application of the verbs she (2023)

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Costar is the Spanish verb for "Cost". It is an irregular verb. Read below to see how it is conjugated in the 18 main tenses of Spanish!

EspaƱolEnglish
InfinitivecoestrellaCost
past participleside standcost
GerundCalculationCalculation

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Cost indicative times

cost in present tense

The present tense of costar is used to talk about a situation, event, or thought that is happening now or in the near future. It is also used to talk about facts and truths. For example, "cost", Meaning"I cost".

In Spanish, the present tense is known as "El Presente."

PronounEspaƱolEnglish
yocostI cost
Ofearringsit costs you
you he shecuestahe/she costs, you (formal) cost
we uscostamoswe cost
You youCostthey (plural) cost
You you youthey costcost, you (formal plural) cost

the red dot () above denotes an irregular conjugation.

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costar in past indicative

The past tense indicative of costar is used to talk about actions completed at a specific time in the past. For example, "calculated", Meaning"I cost".

In Spanish, the past tense of the indicative is known as "pasado indefinido".

PronounEspaƱolEnglish
yocalculatedI cost
Ofit costs youit costs you
you he shecosthe/she costs, you (formally) cost
we uscostamoswe cost
You youit costs youthey (plural) cost
You you youthey costcost, you (formal plural) cost

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costar in past indicative

The past tense indicative of costar is used to describe regular, repeated actions that happened in the past and descriptions of things you used to do. For example, "cost", Meaning"i tried before".

In Spanish, the imperfect indicative is known as "El PretƩrito Imperfecto".

PronounEspaƱolEnglish
yocosti tried before
Ofit costs youthey tried before
you he shecosthe/she has tried it before, you (formally) have tried it before
we uswe costwe tried before
You youit costs youThey (plural) used to cost
You you youthey costhave tried before, you (formal plural) have tried before

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Costar in Present Continuous Indicative

The present continuous indicative of costar is used to talk about something that is happening continuously or right now. For example, "I calculate", Meaning"I calculate".

In Spanish, the present continuous tense is known as "El Presente Progresivo".

PronounEspaƱolEnglish
yoI calculateI calculate
Ofit costs youit costs you
you he shecostshe/she calculates, you (formally) calculate
we uswe calculatewe calculate
You youit costs youthey (plural) cost
You you youcostcost, you (formal plural) cost

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costar not future informal indicative

The informal future tense of costar is used to talk about something that will happen in the future, especially in the near future. For example, "I am going to try", Meaning"I am going to try".

In Spanish, the future informal indicative is known as "El Futuro Futuro".

PronounEspaƱolEnglish
yoI am going to tryI am going to try
Ofyou will costyou will cost
you he sheit will costhe/she will cost, you (formally) will cost
we uswe are going to costwe are going to cost
You yougo to the coastthey (plural) will cost
You you youwill costwill cost, you (formal plural) will cost

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costar not future indicative

The future tense of costar is used to talk about something that will happen in the future. For example, "I'm going to cost", Meaning"I am going to try".

In Spanish, the future tense is known as "El Futuro Simples".

PronounEspaƱolEnglish
yoI'm going to costI am going to try
Ofyou will costyou will cost
you he sheit will costhe/she will cost, you (formally) will cost
we uswe are going to costwe are going to cost
You youyou will costthey (plural) cost
You you youit will costwill cost, you (formal plural) will cost

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costar not indicative conditional

The conditional indicative of costar is used to talk about something that can happen in the future, hypotheses and probabilities. For example, "would cost", Meaning"I would cost".

In Spanish, the indicative conditional is known as ā€œEl Condicional Simplesā€.

PronounEspaƱolEnglish
yowould costI would cost
Ofit would cost youit would cost you
you he shewould costhe/she would cost, you (formally) would cost
we uswe would costwe would cost
You youit would cost youthey (plural) would cost
You you youwould costwould cost, you (formal plural) would cost

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costar in present perfect

The present tense of costar is used to describe actions that started recently (in the past) and continue now, or things that were done recently. For example, "I tried", Meaning"I tried".

In Spanish, the present perfect tense is known as "El PretƩrito Perfecto".

PronounEspaƱolEnglish
yoI triedI tried
Ofyou triedyou tried
you he shethat costshe/she has costs, you (formally) have costs
we uswe triedwe tried
You youyou triedyou (plural) have costs
You you youhas coststhey tried, you (formal plural) tried

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costar in past perfect tense

The past perfect indicative of costar is used to talk about actions that happened before another action in the past. For example, "cost", Meaning"I had costs".

In Spanish, the Indicative Past Perfect is known as ā€œEl PretĆ©rito Pluscuamperfectoā€.

PronounEspaƱolEnglish
yocostI had costs
Ofyou had triedyou had tried
you he shecosthe/she cost, you (formally) cost
we uswe had triedwe had tried
You youyou had triedyou (plural) prove
You you youthey had triedthey tried, you (formal plural) tried

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Costar im indicativen Future Perfect

The future perfect indicative of costar is used to talk about something that will happen in the future after something has already happened. For example, "I will have costs", Meaning"I will have costs".

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In Spanish, the future perfect indicative is known as "El Futuro Perfecto".

PronounEspaƱolEnglish
yoI will have costsI will have costs
Ofyou will have costsyou will have costs
you he sheit will costhe/she will have costs, you (formally) will have costs
we uswe will have costswe will have costs
You youyou will have coststhey (plural) will have costs
You you youthey will have tastedwill cost, you (formal plural) will cost

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Costar in the conditional perfect indicative

The perfect conditional indicative of costar is used to talk about something that would have happened in the past, but did not happen due to some other action. For example, "would have cost", Meaning"I would have tasted".

In Spanish, the perfect conditional indicative is known as "El Condicional Perfecto".

PronounEspaƱolEnglish
yowould have costI would have tasted
Ofyou would have triedyou would have tried
you he shewould have costhe/she would have cost, you would have cost (formally)
we uswe would have tastedwe would have tasted
You youyou would have triedthey (plural) would have cost
You you youthey would have costwould have tried, you (formal plural) would have tried

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subjunctive forms of costar

costar in present subjunctive

The present subjunctive is used to talk about situations of uncertainty or emotions such as desires, longings, and hopes. It differs from the indicative mood due to the uncertainty of the events that are being talked about. For example, "cost", Meaning"I cost".

In Spanish, the present subjunctive is known as "El Presente de Subjuntivo".

PronounEspaƱolEnglish
yocostI cost
OfCostit costs you
you he shecosthe/she costs, you (formal) cost
we uslet's demonstratewe cost
You youCostthey (plural) cost
You you youcostcost, you (formal plural) cost

the red dot () above denotes an irregular conjugation.

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costar in the imperfect subjunctive

The imperfect subjunctive is used to talk about uncertain or unlikely events in the past, or to express an (emotional) opinion about something that happened in the past. For example, "it will cost", Meaning"I cost".

In Spanish, the imperfect subjunctive is known as "El Imperfecto Subjuntivo".

PronounEspaƱolEnglish
yoit will costI cost
Ofyou will costit costs you
you he sheit will costhe/she costs, you (formally) cost
we uswe would costwe cost
You youcostaraisthey (plural) cost
You you youwill costcost, you (formal plural) cost

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Costar in the future subjunctive

The future subjunctive is used to talk about hypothetical situations and actions/events that may occur in the future. Note that this is very rarely used in Spanish. For example, "Cost", Meaning"I am going to try".

In Spanish, the future tense of the subjunctive is known as "El Futuro de Subjuntivo".

PronounEspaƱolEnglish
yoCostI am going to try
Ofcostyou will cost
you he sheCosthe/she will cost, you (formally) will cost
we uswe are going to costwe are going to cost
You youyou will costthey (plural) cost
You you youthey costwill cost, you (formal plural) will cost
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Costar in the present perfect subjunctive

The present perfect subjunctive is used to describe past actions or events that are still connected to the present and to talk about an action that will have taken place at a certain time in the future. For example, "cost", Meaning"I tried".

In Spanish, the present perfect subjunctive is known as "El PretƩrito Perfecto de Subjuntivo".

PronounEspaƱolEnglish
yocostI tried
Ofyou triedyou tried
you he shecosthe/she has costs, you (formally) have costs
we uswe triedwe tried
You youyou triedyou (plural) have costs
You you youhas coststhey tried, you (formal plural) tried

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costar in the past perfect subjunctive

The perfect subjunctive tense is used to talk about hypothetical situations and actions/events that happened before other actions/events in the past. For example, "would have cost", Meaning"I had costs".

In Spanish, the past perfect subjunctive is known as "El PretƩrito Pluscuamperfecto de Subjuntivo".

PronounEspaƱolEnglish
yowould have costI had costs
Ofyou would have triedyou had tried
you he shewould have costhe/she cost, you (formally) cost
we uswe would have tastedwe had tried
You youyou would have triedyou (plural) prove
You you youthey would have costthey tried, you (formal plural) tried

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Costar in the future perfect subjunctive

The future perfect subjunctive is used to talk about something that will have happened if a hypothetical situation occurs in the future. Note that this is very rarely used in Spanish. For example, "would have cost", Meaning"I will have costs".

In Spanish, the future perfect subjunctive is known as "El Futuro Perfecto de Subjuntivo".

PronounEspaƱolEnglish
yowould have costI will have costs
Ofyou would have triedyou will have costs
you he shewould have costhe/she will have costs, you (formally) will have costs
we uswe would have tastedwe will have costs
You youyou would have triedthey (plural) will have costs
You you youthey would have costwill cost, you (formal plural) will cost

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Costar's imperative

costar no imperative affirmative

The affirmative imperative is used to give orders and commands to tell someone to do something. For example, "cost", Meaning"(formal for you) costs!".

In Spanish, the affirmative imperative is known as "El Imperativo Afirmativo".

PronounEspaƱolEnglish
yo--
Ofcuesta(for you) cost!
you he shecost(formal for you) costs!
we uslet's demonstrateLet's try!
You youcost(plural for you) costs!
You you youcost(plural for you) costs!

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costar no negative imperative

The negative imperative is used to give commands and orders and to tell someone not to do something. For example, "does not cost", Meaning"(to you formally) it doesn't cost!".

In Spanish, the negative imperative is known as "El Imperativo Negativo".

PronounEspaƱolEnglish
yo--
Ofdoes not cost(for you) does not cost!
you he shedoes not cost(to you formally) it doesn't cost!
we uswe are not going to costwe will not cost!
You youthe cost(plural for you) doesn't cost!
You you youdoes not cost(for you in the plural) does not cost!

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