Seize/seizes is present tense.I seizeWe seizeYou seizeHe/She/It seizesThey seize
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sixteen -> seize (pronounced "sez")16 is seize in French.
I am prepared to seize the day. The pirates are going to try to seize the ship.
"this was his chance to seize the glory"
I will seize the folder from that little boy
Seize means sixteen in French.
It means to occupy, invade or seize.It means to seize, conquer or occupy.
It is important to seize every opportunity that comes your way. The police officers will seize the stolen property. As a result of the lawsuit, he is able to seize your assets. With a search warrent, the officers are able to seize evidence from the scene.
mille six cent soixante seize (alternatively seize cent soixante seize)
If you tighten that any tighter, it will seize up. "Seize this!", shouted the captain to the pirate vessel.
The rebels fought to seize control of the country. The officers arrived to seize the stolen property. If I'm offered the job, I'll seize the opportunity.
Seized is the past participle of seize.
The verb for seizure is seize As in "to seize something".
High Seize was created in 2005.
Carpe diem, carpe noctem, carpe somnium.
Soixante-seize in French is the number "76" in English.
The verb to seize means to grab and hold. Example: "I pulled away before he could seize the phone from me." "The enemy troops prepared to seize the city." "Moving parts will often seize, or become stuck together, unless lubricated."
capre vita - seize life carpe diem - seize the day -Typo - should be carpe vita
A creditor can seize any asset.
That is the correct way to spell seize- like grab
Seize the ice = Carpe glaciem
how do you say, "seize your hobby" in latin
seize is a virus nd nd a virus the only thing about seize is that yhu can get it but it can go away. Seize is sometimes not a virus it's just a pad trying to get yhu to buy a virus
Yes. They can seize anything.