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present perfect (uncountable)


Examples (tense)

I have finished this book.
We have eaten lunch today.
She has lived here for six years.

  1. (grammar) A perfect tense that expresses action in the past (usually completed) with consequences in the present time.

Usage notesEdit

In English, the present perfect is formed by using the present tense of have with a past participle.

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