See also: ove, Ove, öve, and övé

DanishEdit

VerbEdit

øve

  1. (reflexive) practise
    Han øvede sig på violinen hele natten.
    He practiced with the violin all night.
  2. (transitive) practise
    • 2012, Lars Møller, Jæger 200: Med hjertet som indsats, Gyldendal A/S (→ISBN)
      Vi øvede at ligge gemt i dagevis.
      We practised lying in hiding for days.

Norwegian BokmålEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Middle Low German ôven, from Old Saxon ōvian, from Proto-Germanic *ōbijaną.

VerbEdit

øve (imperative øv, present tense øver, simple past øvde or øvet, past participle øvd or øvet, present participle øvende)

  1. to practise (UK) or practice (US)
  2. to exercise

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