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NounEdit

afrit (plural afrits)

  1. Alternative spelling of ifrit
    • 1902, Rudyard Kipling, The Butterfly that Stamped, in Just So Stories, reprinted in 2004, The Complete Children's Short Stories, page 366,
      Of course if he had chosen to turn his ring on his finger and call up the Djinns and the Afrits they would have magicked all those nine hundred and ninety-nine quarrelsome wives into white mules of the desert or greyhounds or pomegranate seeds; [] .

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EtymologyEdit

Deverbal from afrijden. Equivalent to af +‎ rit.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈɑf.rɪt/
  • (file)
  • Hyphenation: af‧rit

NounEdit

afrit m (plural afritten, diminutive afritje n)

  1. highway exit, slip road

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afrit n (genitive singular afrits, nominative plural afrit)

  1. a copy, a duplicate
  2. (computing) a copy
    Hægt er að taka afrit af skrá með skipuninni cp skra{,.afrit} eða cp skra !#$.afrit.
    You can make a copy of a file using the command cp file{,.copy} or cp file !#$.copy.
    Þetta er afrit af bréfinu sem ég sendi kennaranum mínum.
    This is a copy of the mail I sent my teacher.
  3. (computing) a backup syn.

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