Last modified on 31 August 2014, at 15:33

varsla

Norwegian BokmålEdit

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VerbEdit

varsla

  1. simple past of varsle
  2. past participle of varsle

SwedishEdit

VerbEdit

varsla

  1. to forebode, to harbinger
    …nu varsla åtskilliga tecken att hennes saga snart är all…[1] (this example uses an old plural form of the verb)
    …now numerous signs forebode that her story will soon come to an end…
  2. to give notice about a coming, potential layoff
    Drygt 1 000 lärare i landet har varslats om uppsägning. Av de redan varslade har drygt 300 hunnit sägas upp.[2]
    Just over 1,000 teachers in the country have been given notice about being laid off. Of the ones given notice, a bit over 300 have already been laid off.
  3. to give notice about a coming, potential strike
    Handels varslar i länet – Totalt varslas i Umeå ett 90-tal handelsmedlemmar. Det innebär total arbetsnedläggelse vid partilagret Martin & Servera samt Rusta.[3]
    Handels gives prior notice of strike in the county – In total some 90 members of the Swedish Commercial Employees’ Union are given notice about an upcoming strike. This means complete stoppage of work at the wholesales business Martin & Servera and at Rusta.

ConjugationEdit

  1. ^ Taken from “Det gamla Göteborg – Lokalhistoriska skildringar, personalia och kulturdrag” by C. R. A. Fredberg, accessed online on 2013-04-23, 15:58
  2. ^ Taken from “Lärarvarsel i var tredje kommun”, SvD.se, accessed on 2013-04-23, 15:32
  3. ^ Taken from “Handels varslar i länet”, VK.se, accessed on 2013-04-23, 15:47