Possible Results:
Imperfect subjunctiveyoconjugation ofprecipitar.
Imperfect subjunctiveél/ella/ustedconjugation ofprecipitar.
Futureél/ella/ustedconjugation ofprecipitar.


El impulso y la ley de gravedad, descubierta hace tiempo por Newton, hicieron que, al dar el paso en falso, me precipitara hacia adelante hasta caer, en fracción de segundos, sobre el pavimento'', le dijo Castro a Ramonet.
The momentum, and the law of gravity discovered some time ago by Newton, caused me, when I took that false step, to plunge forward until I fell, in a fraction of a second, onto the pavement,'' Castro told Ramonet.
Puede que ayer me precipitara.
I may have been a little hasty yesterday.
Puede que me precipitara.
I may have been hasty.
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