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sluta

Old FrisianEdit

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From Proto-Germanic *sleutaną.

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slūta

  1. to lock

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sluta (present slutar, preterite slutade, supine slutat, imperative sluta)

  1. to stop (come to an end)
  2. to quit (e.g. school, a job or a habit)
  3. to cease doing something
    Sluta skrika!
    Stop screaming!
  4. to finish; to have as a result (from a competition)
    Hon slutade på andra plats i tävlingen.
    She finished as runner-up in the competition.

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sluta

  1. to close, to shut; to obstruct an opening
  2. to connect the ends of a curve so that it no longer has any beginning nor end
  3. (reflexive) to retract within oneself; to reduce one's connections with other people
  4. to strike (a deal)
    De slöt en överenskommelse om att fortsätta förhandlingarna.
    They struck a deal about continuing the negotiations.

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