How to Conjugate Settle Down
- Infinitive: Settle Down
- Present Tense: Settle Down/ Settles Down
- -ing Form: Settling Down
- Past Tense: Settled Down
- Past Participle: Settled Down
Definitions of Settle Down:
1. To begin living a stable and routine life.
Examples: You’re too young to settle down.
He is 40 years old and hasn’t settled down yet.
2. To become less active and more quiet.
Examples: It is time to settled own and get ready for bed.
Those kids need to settle down.
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