LatinEdit

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inhālēre

  1. second-person singular present passive subjunctive of inhālō

Norwegian BokmålEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin inhalare

VerbEdit

inhalere (imperative inhaler, present tense inhalerer, passive inhaleres, simple past inhalerte, past participle inhalert, present participle inhalerende)

  1. to inhale
    • 2015, Rosens vinger by Marita Wennevold Hollen, Øivind Kylstad →ISBN [1]
      Det lugubre oppholdsstedet var langt unna det han foretrakk og de nærmeste timene var preget av viktige avgjørelser for mannen som dovent løftet glasset, sammensunket i den komfortable stolen, inhalerende en kraftig påle av en sigar.
      The lugubrious place of residence was further away than he preferred, and the last few hours were marked by important decisions for the man who lazily raised the glass, slumped in the comfortable chair, inhaling a massive pole of a cigar.

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin inhalare

VerbEdit

inhalere (present tense inhalerer, past tense inhalerte, past participle inhalert, passive infinitive inhalerast, present participle inhalerande, imperative inhaler)

  1. to inhale

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