Discuss Verb 1 2 3, Past and Past Participle Form Tense of Discuss V1 V2 V3

Discuss Verb 1 2 3, Past and Past Participle Form Tense of Discuss V1 V2 V3



  • Talk about (something) with another person or group of people.(transitive verb)
Verb(V1)Past Tense(V2)Past Participle(V3)
Verb – es(Ves)Verb – ing(Ving)

talk over, talk about, talk through, converse about, debate, confer about, put your heads together about, deliberate about, chew over, consider, exchange views about, exchange views on, weigh up, consider the pros and cons of, thrash out, argue, dispute,

Example Sentences with discuss
  • Nevertheless, the topic is worth discussing.
  • The discussion was heated.
  • We’ll discuss it later.
  • I don’t want to discuss it.
  • Let’s discuss it over dinner.
  • We’ve never discussed it.
  • We have business to discuss.
  • I’d rather not discuss it now.
  • Let’s discuss that problem later.
  • Details were discussed at the meeting.
  • We’re meeting to discuss strategy.
  • I don’t want to discuss my problems.
  • I don’t want to discuss this further.
  • Strong minds discuss ideas, average minds discuss events, weak minds discuss people.
  • Don’t go on discussing what a good person should be. Just be one.
  • Everyone discusses my art and pretends to understand, as if it were necessary to understand, when it is simply necessary to love.
  • It is indeed in many ways more comfortable to belong to that section of society whose action are not publicly canvassed and discussed.
  • Advocates and scholars discuss the First Amendment, the freedom of religion, and the separation of Church and State.
  • I think that the U.S. does have this very much more open attitude, and I admire it very much and I think it’s very important to the world. But the information and the discussion sometimes come too late, after the effective decision has been made.
  • Such discussions help us very little to enjoy what has been well done in art or poetry, to discriminate between what is more and what is less excellent in them, or to use words like beauty, excellence, art, poetry, with a more precise meaning than they would otherwise have.