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See also: Hallen, hällen, and hållen

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DanishEdit

NounEdit

hallen c

  1. definite singular of hal

NounEdit

hallen c

  1. definite singular of hall

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NounEdit

hallen

  1. Plural form of hal

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hallen (third-person singular simple present hallt, past tense hallte, past participle gehallt, auxiliary haben)

  1. to echo
    • 1918, Elisabeth von Heyking, Die Orgelpfeifen, in: Zwei Erzählungen, Phillipp Reclam jun. Verlag, page 34–35:
      Durch die noch leeren dunklen Straßen hallte der Hufschlag nahender Pferde auf dem feuchten Pflaster, lange ehe etwas von ihnen zu sehen war.
      Through the still empty dark streets echoed the hoofbeat of approaching horses on the wet pavement, long before something could be seen of them.
    • 1815, Franz Schubert, Dem Unendlichen, D.291, 5th Verse:
      Ihr Welten, ihr donnert / Du, der Posaunen Chor, hallest / Nie es ganz: Gott – nie es ganz: Gott, / Gott, Gott ist es, den ihr preist!

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Norwegian BokmålEdit

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hallen m

  1. definite singular of hall

Norwegian NynorskEdit

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hallen m

  1. definite singular of hall

SpanishEdit

VerbEdit

hallen

  1. Third-person plural (ellos, ellas, also used with ustedes?) present subjunctive form of hallar.
  2. (used formally in Spain) Second-person plural (ustedes) imperative form of hallar.
  3. (used formally in Spain) Second-person plural present subjunctive form of hallar.

SwedishEdit

NounEdit

hallen

  1. definite singular of hall