English → English - shall

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v. will; intend to, plan to; must, be obliged to (auxiliary verb used to form the future tense)

English → Spanish - shall

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v. verbo auxiliar que indica futuro

English → French - shall

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v. auxiliaire de la marque du futur

English → German - shall

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v. werden (Hilfsverb in der Zukunftsbildung)

English → Indonesian - shall

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aux. harus, boleh, dapat, akan, mau, bakal

English → Italian - shall

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v. intendo, intendi, ecc; voglio, vuoi; devo, devi; ho l'obbligo di, sono obbligato a; posso, puoi; sono in grado di, è possibile

English → Polish - shall

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aux. wyraża czas przyszły

English → Portuguese - shall

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v. usado para exprimir futuridade ou obrigatoriedade

English → Romanian - shall

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aux. voi, vom

English → Russian - shall

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г. модальный глагол английского языка

English → Turkish - shall

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f. malı

English → Ukrainian - shall

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aux. повинен

English → Dutch - shall

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ww. hulpwerkwoord "zullen" om de toekomst aan te geven

English → Greek - shall

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ρήμ. θα, μέλλω να, μέλλω, θέλω

English → Arabic - shall

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‏سوف‏

English → Chinese - shall

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(动) 将, 会; 必须, 可, 应...好吗?, 要不要...?; 应

English → Chinese - shall

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(動) 將, 會; 必須, 可, 應...好嗎?, 要不要...?; 應

English → Hindi - shall

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aux. भविष्यकाल-सूचक सहायक क्रिया, -गा

English → Japanese - shall

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(動) …でしょう; …だろう; …させる; 必ず…する

English → Korean - shall

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동. ...할 것이다; ...할 의도가 있다; ...해야만 한다(미래 시제에 쓰이는 조동사)

English → Vietnamese - shall

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v. sẻ, phải

Definition of shall

Pronunciation
Verb
1. Used before a verb to indicate the simple future tense in the first person singular or plural.
I shall sing in the choir tomorrow.
I hope that we shall win the game.
2. Used similarly to indicate determination or obligation in the second and third persons singular or plural.
(determination): You shall go to the ball!
(obligation): Citizens shall provide proof of identity.
3. Used in questions with the first person singular or plural to suggest a possible future action.
Shall I help you with that?
Shall we go out later?
Let us examine that, shall we?
4. To owe.
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Verb Forms

Present: shall
Past: should
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