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Regardless of the first letter of an infinitive, future tense forms (beginning with 'będę...', 'będziemy...' etc.) are listed under the letter B, while imperative forms (with a word 'niech') are listed under N.
Some verbs will look the same when diacritical marks are OFF, e.g. both żądać (to demand) and zadać (to ask) transform into zadac.
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