Verb conjugation of "salpicar" in Spanish

 
Conjugate the verb salpicar:
Present

yo salpico
tú salpicas
...
 
Past

...él ha salpicado...
...nosotros salpicamos...
...vosotros salpicabais...
 
Future

salpicarás
...

 
Conditional

salpicarías
...

 
Subjuntivo

...


 
 
Check out the Translation of salpicar in our Spanish Dictionary
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salpico
salpicas
salpica
salpicamos
salpicáis
salpican




salpicaba
salpicabas
salpicaba
salpicábamos
salpicabais
salpicaban


salpiqué
salpicaste
salpicó
salpicamos
salpicasteis
salpicaron


salpicaré
salpicarás
salpicará
salpicaremos
salpicaréis
salpicarán


salpicaría
salpicarías
salpicaría
salpicaríamos
salpicaríais
salpicarían



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