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Different forms of bleiben bleiben volume_up volume_up  | remain

Conjugation of German Verb "bleiben"

geblieben Past Participle help
sein Auxiliary help
bleibend Present Participle help

Present help

ichbleibe volume_up volume_up
dubleibst volume_up volume_up
erbleibt volume_up volume_up
wirbleiben volume_up volume_up
ihrbleibt volume_up volume_up
siebleiben volume_up volume_up

Simple Past

ichblieb volume_up volume_up
dubliebst volume_up volume_up
erblieb volume_up volume_up
wirblieben volume_up volume_up
ihrbliebt volume_up volume_up
sieblieben volume_up volume_up

Commands

--
bleibe(du)
--
bleibenwir
bleibt(ihr)
bleibenSie

Conditional

ichbliebe volume_up volume_up
dubliebest volume_up volume_up
erbliebe volume_up volume_up
wirblieben volume_up volume_up
ihrbliebet volume_up volume_up
sieblieben volume_up volume_up

Attribution

ichbleibe volume_up volume_up
dubleibest volume_up volume_up
erbleibe volume_up volume_up
wirbleiben volume_up volume_up
ihrbleibet volume_up volume_up
siebleiben volume_up volume_up

Definitions of German Verb "bleiben"

  1. to remain (intransitive) (to continue to be)
    Er blieb sein ganzes Leben ein glühender Anhänger der Monarchie.
    “He remained a devoted supporter of the monarchy for all his life.”
  2. to keep ; to continue (intransitive, + infinitive) (on) (see usage notes below)
    Ich bleibe noch ein bischen liegen.
    “I'll keep lying here for a bit.”
  3. to stay; to remain in a place (intransitive)
    Du kannst ja schon fahren, aber ich bleibe noch.
    “Feel free to leave, but I'm staying some more.”
  4. to be; to be stuck; implying tardiness (intransitive)
    Wo bleibst du? Wir sind schon seit über einer Stunde da.
    “Where are you? We arrived more than an hour ago.”
  5. to be left for someone (intransitive, + dative) (literally: What is left for him...)
    Was bleibt ihm jetzt noch, wo seine Frau gestorben ist?
    “What does he have left now his wife has died?” (literally: What is left for him...)
  6. to stick with; to stay with (intransitive, + bei)
    Ich hab’s ihm erklärt, aber er bleibt bei seiner Meinung.
    “I’ve explained it to him, but he sticks with his opinion.”

About German Verb "bleiben"

The German verb bleiben is one of the most commonly used German verbs. According to our analysis of 100,000+ German news articles, bleiben is the 19th most used verb. Our data on the German verb bleiben comes from Wiktionary and is verified through secondary sources like Duden. The different colors in our verb conjugation chart represent certain morphological transformations. These verb cojugations are derived algorithmically.