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flott

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GermanEdit

EtymologyEdit

Via Middle Low German from Middle Dutch vlot (afloat, floatable). Pertaining to fließen (to flow).

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AdjectiveEdit

flott (comparative flotter, superlative am flottesten)

  1. (nautical, predicative) afloat, able to navigate
  2. quick, swift
  3. lively, zippy
  4. fashionable

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LuxembourgishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From German.

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

flott (masculine flotten, feminine flott, neuter flott)

  1. nice
  2. pretty
  3. pleasant, enjoyable
  4. quick, swift

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AdverbEdit

flott

  1. nicely
  2. pleasantly, enjoyably
  3. quickly, swiftly

SwedishEdit

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AdjectiveEdit

flott (not comparable)

  1. luxurious, stylish, pimped
  2. afloat

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AdverbEdit

flott

  1. luxuriously, stylishly
    • 1970, Povel Ramel, Jag diggar dej
      du riggar dej flott, det diggar jag hot
      you dress stylishly, I like that a lot
  2. afloat

NounEdit

flott n

  1. fat, grease

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